New Musical Express

All people want is sex and violence
(New Musical Express, 1972-07-01)

There maybe some truth in the expression "There's No Business Like Show Business", but in endeavouring to further shock his audience, that transexual ...

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Broken Ribs And Fake Blood
(New Musical Express, 1972-11-18)

D'You ever see a film called 'The Young Savages'? It starred Burt Lancester as some hokey white liberal politician and a bunch of film-star nonentitie...

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Alice flexes his muscle
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-02)

Alice Cooper has become a living legend. And despite the tales of his physical decay, it looks like he's gonna keep on living. Could it be that Cooper...

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Alice's Free Single For Britain
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-03)

Alice Cooper - voted The World's Top Band in the NME Poll - is giving a complete 4 min. 20 sec FREE SINGLE as a Thank You to British reader of NME. ...

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And more news on THAT ALICE SINGLE
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-10)

A BONUS SELECTION of five excepts from their new "Billion Dollar Babies" album has been added to the world exclusive Alice Cooper single available ONL...

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Free Alice
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-17)

This free single "Slick Black Limousine" is a world exclusive and was specially recorded by Alice for New Musical Express as a tribute to readers who ...

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The Development Of The Mini-Cooper
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-24)

Alice Cooper calls a temporary halt to rehearing his new show in the ballroom of the band's Connecticut country mansion. Pausing just long enough to r...

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Billion Dollar Babies Album Review
(New Musical Express, 1973-03-03)

Superficially, Alice Cooper's appeal is to the man who shoves his way to the front from the back of a crowd inquiring tersley: "What's going on!" Noth...

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Cooper's Billion Dollar Babies on the road
(New Musical Express, 1973-03-31)

The Alice Cooper Show - America 1973 Philadelphia Itinerary - reads thisaway: "You are residing at the Penn Centre Inn, 20th and Market Philadelphia, ...

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Freaks In New York, Bad taste in Detroit
(New Musical Express, 1973-04-14)

The man was balding, podgy, 50, finely-suited and standing on the steps outside the Knoedler Art Gallery. He looked like an art critic and was leaving...

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Abse V. Alice - Hypocrisy?
(New Musical Express, 1973-06-02)

LEO ABSE, the M.P. for Pontypool, is another of those individuals clearly bent on restricting the public's freedom of choice. He announced last week p...

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Hype Hype Hurray
(New Musical Express, 1973-06-30)

Let's assume, just for the purpose of arguement, that you're a sensitive soul filled with love for your fellow humans, and that you really get off on ...

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Bob Ezrin
(New Musical Express, 1973-08-18)

Bob Ezrin currently packs a fair credibility among those-who-know (the presence of a striking array of musicians -- Jack Bruce, Aynsley Dunbar,Steve W...

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New Alice LP Due
(New Musical Express, 1973-09-29)

Alice Cooper's new album "Muscle Of Love" will be issued simultaneously throughout the world by Warner Brothers on November 15. Tracks comprise "Big A...

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Alice Cooper Due in February
(New Musical Express, 1973-12-00)

After month of rumour and speculation, it is now officially confirmed that Alice Cooper will be undertaking a full European tour in the New Year. Prom...

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Return of the vomit-stained sailor
(New Musical Express, 1974-01-19)

The man in the vomit-stained sailor suit striked back! Alice and that miserable bunch of louse-ridden boil suckers that he dares to refer to as a grou...

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Alice Flexes His Muscle
(New Musical Express, 1974-02-02)

Alice Cooper has become a living legend. And despite tales of his physical decay, it looks like he's gonna keep on living. Could it be that Cooper is ...

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Two-hour Alice Film - But No Gigs
(New Musical Express, 1974-03-23)

Alice Cooper flew into London last weekend - "just to say hello", he commented, though he also spent some time negotiating a deal for the British dist...

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News Report
(New Musical Express, 1974-07-06)

"Alice Cooper asked for two midgets, 12 monkeys and a Marachi player. I managed to get everything except the Marachi player as he was doing a recordin...

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Alice's absurd achievements
(New Musical Express, 1974-09-07)

Music was never much more than a peripheral interest for this bunch of theatrical con-artists - after all, the early seventies' audience was disillusi...

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Remember Alice Cooper?
(New Musical Express, 1975-01-18)

When Alice Cooper starts his U.S. tour on April 1, he'll have already filmed an NBC-TV special based on his forthcoming solo LP "Welcome To My Nightma...

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Alice for July gigs
(New Musical Express, 1975-02-01)

Alice Cooper is to tour Britain this summer, it was officially announced this week. He will play at least five venues in this country, as part of a fu...

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Department of Youth Single Review
(New Musical Express, 1975-03-08)

"Department Of Youth" finds Alice Cooper re-running "School's Out", but this one lacks even the illusion of spontaneity and commitment; and besides, i...

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Alice: gigs set
(New Musical Express, 1975-08-02)

After much speculation concerning a September visit but Alice Cooper, he was this week officially confirmed for three British dates - they are Wembley...

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Ladies 'n Gennelmen: Welcome To MY Rationale...
(New Musical Express, 1975-09-06)

"PEOPLE WANT artists to have messages - which is dumb. Your average wino in the street's got more of a message than any artist."...

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Concert Review
(New Musical Express, 1975-09-20)

You missed it? You missed Alice's new show? Better let me tell you all about it, kid, else ain't no one in school gonna talk to you. Well for starter...

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Alice in Cabaret
(New Musical Express, 1976-02-21)

Nestled in the scenic High Sierras (made famous by the Humphrey Bogart epic of the same name), Stateline, Nevada, on the equally scenic Lake Tahoe is ...

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Alice And Groovies: UK Trips Postponed
(New Musical Express, 1979-05-19)

PLANS FOR Alice Cooper to visit Britain at the end of this month have now finally been abandoned. As previously reported, promoter Harvey Goldsmith ha...

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Interview
(New Musical Express, 1982-00-00)

I interview Alice Cooper, the American singer, in his modest French hotel room. Resembling a Harryhausen hybrid of a prune, a crow and a well-Beckette...

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TRASH SILKY ROCKER
(New Musical Express, 1989-08-21)

ALICE COOPER, '70s Horror rocker, is back with a rip-roaring new LP, `Trash'. STUART MACONIE packed his crucifix and went to meet the man who's dismem...

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Thrills, Shocks And Scars
(New Musical Express, 1990-01-06)

EVERYONE'S UPTIGHT. Just because '70's surviver and Rocky Horror rocker ALICE COOPER is doing live TV link-up with an Australian night club fro...

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Concert Review
(New Musical Express, 1997-07-19)

"'SCHOOL'S OUT'... er...that one with the snake in the video or something... er... 'All You Young Dudes'... no, that's wrong... er..." Such is the usu...

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