Entertainment Weekly

Hey Stoopid Album Review
(Entertainment Weekly, 1991-07-19)

At this point, the thought of a new Alice Cooper album is both admirable and pathetic, just like the idea of a 45-year-old man playing the role of dec...

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This is Sequal Tap
(Entertainment Weekly, 1993-03-12)

It has always been Spinal Tap's destiny to seize the throne of rock & roll while, as only they could put it, "Stinkin' Up the Great Outdoors." Directi...

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A Fistful of Alice Album Review
(Entertainment Weekly, 1997-08-08)

Just what you've been waiting for: a live Alice Cooper album baited with one new studio track. Well, he hasn't lost his voice, and chestnuts like "I'm...

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News Report
(Entertainment Weekly, 1998-11-13)

Go Ask Alice: Sharp-eared metalheads aren't alone in hearing echoes of Alice Cooper's '71 hit "Eighteen" in "Dreamin'," a song from Kiss' current Psyc...

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Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper Album Review
(Entertainment Weekly, 1999-04-23)

Unlike some latter-day shock-rockers, the Coop understood the value of a good song, and this four-CD retrospective is packed with 'em, from garagey, p...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Entertainment Weekly, 2000-06-09)

Nowhere near as dire as you'd fear, the Coop's latest finds our hero spinning characteristically grim fables as his backing band gamely grinds out old...

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