Mojo

Ten Quesions for Alice Cooper
(Mojo, 1997-07-00)

Theatrics have always played a major part in your shows, yet you've abandoned them for your forthcoming tour; won't you feel vulnerable without all th...

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Glen Buxton
(Mojo, 1997-12-00)

Glen Buxton, the Alice Cooper hroup's original guitarist and co-writer of School's Out, has died aged 50 in Clarion, Iowa, from complications arising ...

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Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper Album Review
(Mojo, 1999-06-00)

All the hits plus rareties - 12 previously unreleased - including pre-Alice singles, outtakes and demos, on four CD`s in a nifty jail-cell box, 80-pag...

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The Axe Files
(Mojo, 2001-00-00)

They couldn't even fill a bar. So what did Alice Cooper sound like before he encouraged us to skip class? Ben Edmonds know. Back in late-'60s Californ...

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Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies
(Mojo, 2001-05-00)

In the late '60s, Alice Cooper sounded like snotty-nosed Zappa/Mothers wannabes playing at being The Beatles....

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Last Night A Record Changed My Life
(Mojo, 2003-10-00)

Back when he was dodging Phoenix rednecks as frontman of The Spiders, Alice Cooper's heart opened to a Broadway show soundtrack..

When we...

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"Basic. Dumb. Sex-charged!"
(Mojo, 2007-04-00)

"The first Stooges album was true street Detroit music. We played the Grande Ballroom with Ted Nugent, The Amboy Dukes, the MC5 adn The Stooges, with ...

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Hologram Slam!
(Mojo, 2011-07-00)

There was an unnerving return from the dead on April 21 at a Los Angeles sound stage. But this was no horror flick in production; instead it was Alice...

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