Cleveland Plain Dealer

Curiouser and curiouser - that's poor, rich Alice
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1973-04-06)

Alice Cooper bounces out on stage in see-through white. He spears a baby doll, chops off its arm and legs and gleefully tosses it to the audience. He'...

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The indestructible Alice
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1978-05-00)

If you were over 30 and had already been guillotined, electrocuted and attacked by three black widow spiders onstage, you might hang it up. But not Al...

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Tamer Cooper is still cheered
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1980-07-00)

Alice Cooper wasn't electrocuted, guillotined, hung or even chased by an amorous tooth last night at the Coliseum. You'd think that 10,000 faithful fa...

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Welcome to his nightmare
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1990-03-16)

For two generations now Alice Cooper has been specializing in being parents' worst nightmare, while his rolling circus of rock, blood and guts keeps f...

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Alice Cooper's Pantyhose Have Endured 26-Year Run
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1997-08-15)

At a concert in North Ridgeville 26 years ago, the lead singer with heavy mascara and long hair suddenly zipped off his silver latex suit. And there h...

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No headbangers allowed?
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1999-03-15)

Many cite the influence of Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Alice Cooper on today's music, but they remain outside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Black...

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Ask Alice: The shock rocker talks about God, golf and what it's like to be Alice
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 2001-10-19)

Alice Cooper's vision of the future depends on which Alice you happen to ask. The on-stage Alice imagines a society without morals collapsing into a r...

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