1971 - 1972

Alice Cooper All American
(Creem, 1972-01-00)

COOPERTOON #1: "Return of the Spiders" is playing, And here stand these two Stooges in the old sense, not like guitar hoodlumps cut from Ig-patterns, ...

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Alice Cooper... Macabre Showmanship
(Ottawa Citizen , 1972-01-03)

He said his name was Alice. He appeared out of darkness as black and sinister as the leather he wore. Amidst an electric din, flashing coloured lights...

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Killer
(Rolling Stone, 1972-01-06)

Like all true rock superstars to rise from the Sixties, Alice Cooper is a consummate master of image manipulation. He continually sees to it that new ...

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What Makes Alice Run
(Circus, 1972-02-00)

Alice Cooper' new production, Killer, had its premiere performance here in New York recently and, just as expected, it went well beyond spectacular. A...

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Alice Cooper
(UCLA Daily Bruin, 1972-02-10)

Crimson strobes casting horrendously gloomy shadows upon the wall. Green and yellow streams of light punctuating the flaming perversion. Alice Cooper ...

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News Report
(Rolling Stone, 1972-03-02)

Hollywood Notes: Alice Cooper wound up a triumphant national tour with a gold record presentation at Warner Bros. in Burbank. The whole group, includi...

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Gold Diggers of 1984
(Rolling Stone, 1972-03-30)

"We're going to feed Chichita now," Neal announced. "You shouldn't miss it." No, you never want to miss the sight of a boa constrictor having dinner. ...

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Alice Cooper: Nightgowns & Poisonous Cobras...
(International Times, 1972-07-00)

It could only happen in the USA. A headlining rock group puts out an album and single in July. They are the hottest thing since hula-hoops and their a...

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School's Out Album Review
(Billboard, 1972-07-01)

Alice Cooper has produced what can be easily considered the best dressed album of 1972. Alice and the rest of the boys in the band and the change char...

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Interview
(Melody Maker, 1972-07-01)

The cannon has just arrived from Warner Bros, Burbank, and stood impressively in the large ballroom at Alice's surrealistic mansion. Alice fondled the...

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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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Michael Watts reports on Friday's sensational - and controversial concert
(Melody Maker, 1972-07-15)

"Alice Cooper simply reflects to what lengths a group must go to tickle the jaded palate of an American youth dulled with cheap wine and downers...the...

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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 Cooper Rapes Bowl Audience
(Los Angeles Free Press, 1972-08-04)

Alice Cooper popularity has spread rapidly, like fresh blood on a clean mirror. They have planted seeds of affection in front of such unlikely groups ...

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Alice Cooper, or Going To London To See The Queen
(Rock, 1972-08-28)

It's eleven on the first sunny morning London's had for weeks, and Alice Cooper appears on the balcony outside his hotel room, grinning, trusty can of...

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Picturescope: Alice Cooper
(Beat Instrumental, 1972-09-00)

Alice Cooper thinks the best way to describe his music is 'psycho-rock'. 'It's what you might call "Shotgun theatre". We give the audience all the pro...

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Alice, the all-American boy, feeds them perversion, violence
(Globe & Mail, 1972-09-02)

Some of the 20,000 people expected to show up at Varsity Stadium tonight will be vying for front row positions so that a 24-year-old rock singer named...

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Alice Cooper exploits depravity
(Globe & Mail, 1972-09-04)

It was a rough night for a few members of the press, but a great night for nearly 24,000 howling fans as Alice Cooper, rock's gift to sado-masochism, ...

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Alice Cooper at Forum: a big boa
(Montreal Gazette, 1972-09-05)

Our story picks up sometime early Monday morning: The truck carrying all of the sound equipment for last night's Alice Cooper-Dr. John Rock Show at th...

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School's Out
(Rolling Stone, 1972-09-28)

The question before us is whether Alice Cooper is a threat to civilization itself or merely to our beloved rock & roll. Both parents and kids commonly...

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