Boston Globe

Alice Cooper Still A Spectacle
(Boston Globe, 1987-10-00)

What goes around comes around: Alice Cooper is back, and if he's not as BAD as he once was, he's a little bloodier. Or, at least, his props are. At th...

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Hits don't miss for Cooper, Scorpions
(Boston Globe, 1996-08-05)

The shaggy-haired, clad-in-black Cooper included a political song, the timeless "Elected," which overflowed with his sarcastic humor. Three men in Pre...

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Spooky World's scare tactics
(Boston Globe, 1997-10-23)

Alice Cooper, this week's autograph-signing celebrity has completed his first shift and is relaxing in the farmhouse that serves as a backstage, feet ...

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Cooper Sadness
(Boston Globe, 1997-10-24)

Glen Buxton, guitarist for the original Alice Cooper band, died Oct. 19 at age 49 of complications from emphysema and pneumonia, says Cooper's manager...

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Alice Cooper box set keeps the horror alive
(Boston Globe, 1999-05-07)

Capital punishment may be a divisive issue in America, but it has been very good to Alice Cooper. It's uncertain whether Alice is a fan or foe, but it...

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Alice Cooper Still Basks In Mock Decadence
(Boston Globe, 2000-10-10)

No one protests or pickets Alice Cooper anymore. The angry hordes have moved on to the other concerns - death metal, hip-hop, violent Hollywood movies...

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