Howard Bloom

Interview
(Circus, 1972-08-00)

It's two o'clock on an exhilaratingly sunny Thursday afternoon when the sleek black Cadillac limousine turns off the main road, drives past a wroug...

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Alice Plans A Broadway Surprise
(Circus, 1972-10-00)

The summer's shenanigans prompted the London Sunday Times to growl about a star who looked "like a cross between Rasputin and Bela Lugosi, or Tiny Tim...

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Alice Cooper for President
(Circus, 1972-11-00)

First they dressed him up as a girl. Then they hung him, now they’re running him for president. Yup, Alice Cooper, symbol of everything that sets Tric...

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Alice Quits The Stage
(Circus, 1973-07-00)

Alice's confidantes have leaked word of a Cooper game plan that could hit fans harder than a blast of billion dollar blood. The F 27 Elektra jet with ...

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Why Britain Wants To Ban Alice
(Circus, 1973-09-00)

"Alice Cooper is peddling the culture of the concentration camp," sputtered the outraged English government official. The British have blackballed Mot...

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