New York Times

Pop Notes: Here Come the King of Shock Rock
(New York Times, 1975-03-16)

Bace yourself: After 20 months out of the public eye, Alice Cooper is bringing a new dose of madness and mayhem to the nation's giant-sized arenas. Co...

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Theatrics Overwhelm Show by Alice Cooper
(New York Times, 1977-07-23)

The show Alice Cooper brought to Nassau Coliseum on Thursday night, his first touring show in more than two years, was a case of the tail wagging the ...

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Blood, Sweat and Oldies In New Alice Cooper Show
(New York Times, 1989-00-00)

Alice Cooper was, unfortunately, a pop-culture prophet in the mid-1970's. Long before MTV, he realized that rock could be treated as a theatrical spec...

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Cooper Resurgent
(New York Times, 1990-03-07)

"One thing I've noticed is that you can't really shock an audience anymore," Alice Cooper said the other day. "When I started in 1970, it was before m...

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'ALICE COOPER: THE LIFE AND CRIMES OF'
(New York Times, 1999-12-12)

EACH year recording companies dig more deeply into their archives. They are eager to retrieve the obscure recordings that justify expanding greatest-h...

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Brutally Frank Cooper Stupor
(New York Times, 2000-06-00)

After hearing master shock-rocker Alice Cooper's new "Brutal Planet," it's clear that Marilyn Manson and others of his ilk are pale by comparison. On ...

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