Phoenix New Times

"I Bore Alice Cooper's Child!"
(Phoenix New Times, 1983-09-07)

The man of the house - unshaven, barefooted and clad in jeans, a tee shirt and a baseball cap - rummages through the kitchen looking for something to ...

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Hangin' With Mr. Cooper
(Phoenix New Times, 1996-00-00)

TV characters who became American institutions in the '70s had a nasty habit of growing stale as they "grew up." Hot Lips Houlihan morphed into the Su...

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Alice Cooper happy with the irony of having become 'family' entertainment
(Phoenix New Times, 1996-06-28)

In the era of Nine Inch Nails, gangsta rap and navel-piercings, the panic of the early '70s seems almost quaint. But at the time, it was anything but ...

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School's Out
(Phoenix New Times, 1997-08-21)

'In 1982, Pete Townshend sat down for one of his many lengthy interviews with "Rolling Stone" magazine. The primary topic of conversation was Townshe...

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Unsung Guitar Hero
(Phoenix New Times, 1997-10-30)

Glen Buxton played a crucial role in rock history but how many people knew about it? It was a Friday night and Glen Buxton was jumping up and down wit...

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Kiss the Culprit
(Phoenix New Times, 1998-11-26)

When the Rolling Stones staged the first genuine rock 'n' roll circus in 1968, they distributed gold-embossed metallic tickets to their fan-club memb...

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All Revved Up, Surrounded by Suits
(Phoenix New Times, 1998-12-24)

Friday night downtown, between the decades-old warehouses and America West Arena, where old trolley tracks remain visible under streets paved over yea...

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Outta the Park
(Phoenix New Times, 1999-03-11)

It's spring, and our senses are awakening after a long winter's hibernation. Watch the blooming wildflowers swaying in the breeze. Sniff the fragrant ...

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Go Ask Alice
(Phoenix New Times, 1999-04-29)

Look through the north window of Alice Cooper'stown and the message is clear. You're greeted by a life-size cardboard cutout of the king of shock rock...

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New Years Eve 1999/2000
(Phoenix New Times, 2000-01-00)

Friday night downtown, between the decades-old warehouses and America West Arena, Arrive at Alice Cooper'stown just as "No More Mr. Nice Guy" ends and...

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Once More, Mr. Nice Guy
(Phoenix New Times, 2001-04-19)

In other nickel-and-dime news, this year, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame short-changed Alice Cooper singularly and collectively when it again failed t...

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