Independent

John Walsh meets Alice Cooper
(Independent, 1997-06-21)

"Take the electric chair," said Alice Cooper's genial, owlish manager Toby, indicating a floral monstrosity in the corner of the sixth-floor suite at ...

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How to get a perfect swing - Alice Cooper
(Independent, 1997-07-05)

You know how you feel when you are so furious you want to throw the club away forever? Well, that's your perfect swing. Take your right arm right back...

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Concert Review
(Independent, 1997-07-11)

Alice Cooper's songs only appeal to minority groups, For example, "School's Out" will have no meaning for people who've never attended an educational ...

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Obituary: Glen Buxton
(Independent, 1997-11-03)

Glen Buxton, guitarist: born Akron, Ohio 17 June 1947; died Clarion, Iowa 18 October 1997. Striking, outrageous frontmen often obscure the contributio...

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I Wanna Be Respected
(Independent, 2000-05-14)

In 1969, Alice Cooper was booked to fill time between the Door and John Lennon at the Toronto Rock 'n' Roll Revival. His band weren't much good at the...

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Cooper's still rockin', still theatrical and still contemporary
(Independent, 2000-10-03)

Alice Cooper presented a full, fantastic rock show Sunday night at the Murat Theatre. To show gratitude, every person in the sold-out audience of 2,45...

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'Most bands today are so PC, so boring...'
(Independent, 2011-10-29)

Alice Cooper is living the rock'n'roll dream: perched on the sofa of a luxury hotel suite, shortly after the sun has risen over the nearby Hollywood H...

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