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Alice Cooper
(Circus, 1971-06-00)

"We're merely the end product of an affluent society," Alice Cooper is fond of saying. "We enjoy getting on stage and showing the public what their wo...

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What Makes Alice Run
(Circus, 1972-02-00)

Alice Cooper' new production, Killer, had its premiere performance here in New York recently and, just as expected, it went well beyond spectacular. A...

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Interview
(Circus, 1972-08-00)

It's two o'clock on an exhilaratingly sunny Thursday afternoon when the sleek black Cadillac limousine turns off the main road, drives past a wroug...

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Alice Plans A Broadway Surprise
(Circus, 1972-10-00)

The summer's shenanigans prompted the London Sunday Times to growl about a star who looked "like a cross between Rasputin and Bela Lugosi, or Tiny Tim...

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Alice Cooper for President
(Circus, 1972-11-00)

First they dressed him up as a girl. Then they hung him, now they’re running him for president. Yup, Alice Cooper, symbol of everything that sets Tric...

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Hurricane Alice Takes Europe By Storm
(Circus, 1973-02-00)

In a matter of moments, Alice's grin of excitement turned to open-mouthed terror as three thousand of Glasgow's screaming meanies gave the band its wi...

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Magic Alice On The Road
(Circus, 1973-04-00)

While Billion Dollar Babies (Warner Bros.) was racing up the charts, New York's Alice Cooper office was in a flurry of active preparations for his new...

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Alice Tours With Monster Tooth
(Circus, 1973-05-00)

"And now, America's own Billion Dollar Baby... the legendary Alice Cooper," screamed the intro tape as the curtain lifted on the most amazing show in ...

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Alice Quits The Stage
(Circus, 1973-07-00)

Alice's confidantes have leaked word of a Cooper game plan that could hit fans harder than a blast of billion dollar blood. The F 27 Elektra jet with ...

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Why Britain Wants To Ban Alice
(Circus, 1973-09-00)

"Alice Cooper is peddling the culture of the concentration camp," sputtered the outraged English government official. The British have blackballed Mot...

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Neal Smith Tells Terrifying Tales About The Band
(Circus, 1973-10-00)

Sexy blond Neal Smith reclined a little deeper into his chaise lounge, his slim tan legs tossed casually over the side of the chair as he chatted with...

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Alice Gang Beats Business Kings to Moneybags
(Circus, 1974-00-00)

Who's the biggest money-making couple in show-biz? Liz and Dick? Nope. It's Carly and James, who stands to clear a cool four million while the merry B...

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Alice Cooper's 'Muscle of Love' - A Shocking Course in Pop Sex
(Circus, 1974-01-00)

"As long as nobody gets pregnant or hurt," Alice told Circus, "Sex is healthy." 'Muscle of Love' will tell millions of people all about it! Alice Coop...

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Alice Cooper Retires Rock Career!
(Circus, 1974-04-00)

In what may turn out to be the career move of the century, the world's favorite ghoul may give up a career of rock for TV and films. Why? The answer l...

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Alice Assaults Brazil!
(Circus, 1974-07-00)

The Voodoo religion Makumaba is even bigger than Catholicism in the steaming land of the Amazon, and when 'The Devil with a Snake' jetted in from Nort...

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Led Zep vs Alice: The Battle Of The Bucks
(Circus, 1974-09-00)

Like Godzilla locked in combat with King Kong, two of the heaviest rock monsters are slugging it out for first place in the big buck sweep-stakes. Whi...

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Alice Hits The Rock Pile With 'Greatest Hits'!
(Circus, 1974-10-00)

While the troopers known as the Coopers split for the distant shores of the world, the celebration of a decade of hard work was being prepared for the...

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Alice Cooper: Groucho Of The 21st Century
(Circus, 1975-05-00)

Alice Cooper has been away so long they thought he was finished. Following the uneventful Muscle Of Love campaign in the winter of 1973-74, the...

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'I'm Not Lewd,' Swears Alice
(Circus, 1975-07-00)

"There's nothing lewd in this show," Alice Cooper told a reporter before one of the warm-up dates on his 68 show "Welcome To My Nightmare" tour. "I be...

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Cooper Backup to Go It Alone?
(Circus, 1975-08-00)

"We've been kicking around the idea of maybe this band recording on its own" says guitarist Steve Hunter. He's talking about the group that has sup...

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Alice Celebrates 200 Years Of Song
(Circus, 1975-09-00)

Alice Cooper pulled out all the plugs recently in a Bicentennial tribute to the 200-year history of the American music industry. Although Francis Scot...

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Alice's Nightmare Filmed Live
(Circus, 1975-10-00)

Alice Cooper's Welcome To My Nightmare show was filmed in London recently for conversion to a movie and soundtrack LP. The producers hope to have the ...

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Is Alice Going to Hell? Two Views
(Circus, 1976-00-00)

It's genius. Sheer genius. I mean, what do you do for a follow-up to an album about a nightmare? of course! You do Alice Cooper Goes to Hell, another ...

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News Report
(Circus, 1976-07-06)

Alice Cooper: The King (or Queen?) of Menace brought new depths of raunch to the already sex-filled pits of rock and roll. The whipflipper was the fir...

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Creature Feature
(Circus, 1976-08-00)

"Beware of the dog," the sign says on the door of Alice Cooper's house and automatically visions of gruesome canines conjure themselves up. Fierce, wi...

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Alice Cooper Dances in Hell
(Circus, 1976-08-10)

Alice Cooper is about to return to the public eye with a new album, a cross-country tour and a possible major film role which would mark his first dep...

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Coopermania in Australia
(Circus, 1977-00-00)

"I'm not talking to anyone or making a move until I receive advice from my lawyer, Frank Sinatra."...

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The Transformation Of Alice
(Circus, 1977-05-12)

"You know I lie all the way through these things doncha?" Alice Cooper asks as he walks up to his silver and green Rolls Royce outside his Benedict Ca...

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Billion Dollar Babies: Alice's Ex-Sidemen Swing Their Own Swords
(Circus, 1977-05-26)

This is not another "whatever became of" story. This is the story of three former members of the original Alice Cooper Group. Three-fifths of the orig...

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Lace and Whiskey Review
(Circus, 1977-07-21)

What's green, red, and moaning in the corner? Alice Cooper eating razor blades. That's, of course, a reworking of a dead-baby joke, once the source of...

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Alice Comes Alive
(Circus, 1978-01-19)

In Autumn of 1974 Alice Cooper was sitting in a Toronto bar getting plastered, after he finished a recording session for Welcome To My Nightmare. He h...

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1972: Alice Cooper
(Circus, 1981-10-00)

Alice Cooper's impact of rock in 1972 can't be measured solely by his record sales. (Perhaps researching that year's fortunes of the cosmetics industr...

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Alice Cooper: Welcome To My Nightmare, Again
(Circus, 1987-01-00)

"He's Back" is Alice Cooper's theme song for Friday The 13th, Part 6 - but could just as well apply to Cooper himself. The legendary frontman is makin...

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Generation Landslide '87
(Circus, 1987-03-00)

First things first. Alice Cooper's "Under My Wheels" is a rock 'n' roll classic. You can put it on a party tape or hear it on the radio after, say, so...

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Raise Your Fist and Yell Album Review
(Circus, 1987-12-00)

Alice Cooper barnstorms his way through ten anthemic rockers that hearken all the way back to his classic Billion Dollar Babies days. Like Aerosmith, ...

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Alice Cooper: Still The Shock Rock Master
(Circus, 1988-10-00)

Armed with a boa constrictor, guillotine and teen anthems like "I'm Eighteen" and "School's Out," Alice Cooper (a.k.a. Vincent Furnier) has been the s...

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A Little Help From Alice's Friends
(Circus, 1989-00-00)

Crediting Alice Cooper for the success of Trash is a little like thanking Lee Lacocca for a good Chrysler. Both guys get lots of help. Just check out ...

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News Report
(Circus, 1989-03-00)

Alice Cooper, shocking and rocking since the '60s, is having the last laugh on everyone in the music business who though he was gone for good. With hi...

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Alice Cooper: Trash (Epic)
(Circus, 1989-08-00)

Alice Cooper's comeback seemed to be on solid artistic ground with '87's Raise Your Fist And Yell, a passionate aural horror story that bristled with ...

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Alice Cooper roars back to the top with 'Trash'
(Circus, 1989-12-00)

The third times seems to be the charm for Alice Cooper comebacks. After his legendary stint as the shock-rocker of the '70s, Cooper took a detour into...

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Alice Cooper Updates His Naught Nightmare
(Circus, 1990-04-30)

When you think of the pioneers who helped shape American rock & roll, you'd be hard-pressed to find one who's had a bigger impact than Alice Cooper. D...

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Alice Cooper: The Phantom Returns
(Circus, 1991-00-00)

"Role model?" The question bounces off Alice Cooper like a rubber bullet as his eyes bulge in mock disbelief. In a career that´s stretched from ...

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Alice Cooper Puts Shock Back Into Rock:
(Circus, 1993-10-00)

What do boa constrictors, electric chairs, hypnotism, guillotines, severed heads and dead chickens have to do with rock & roll? Everything, if your ba...

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Alice Cooper: The Icon of Rock Returns
(Circus, 2004-11-20)

"I really never had to compromise in any way" laughs Rock icon Alice Cooper aka Vincent Furnier, "And look how things turned out!" He was the public e...

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