A great and strange satire of mindless American patriotism by Alice Cooper off of the highly underrated and bizarre album DaDa. Singing in a voice that sounds like a redneck version of Beetlejuice, before that character existed, over synthesizers and guitars that seem cheesy by design, backed by a large choir singing the title, Cooper sends up the unthinking American male. There is even a surreal break for Custer’s Last Stand. (Where overconfident Americans were defeated by those that they thought of as their inferiors.) We all know these people. I think I have heard many of these same lyrics sung without irony in modern country music! Cooper’s I Love America is more surreal comedy piece than song, but whatever it is, it works. It’s Monday and I thought many of you could use a laugh. However, unfortunately for all of us, this was recorded in the early 80’s and it still rings true today!