1971 - 1972

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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Who's afraid of Alice?
(Bravo, 1972-10-18)

Do you get shivers down your spine when Alice hugs his favourite snake 'Yvonne'??? Do you tremble all over when showman Alice dangles at the gallows??...

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Vaudeville Rock
(Newsweek, 1972-10-30)

Whither rock? If the salad days of Dylan, the Beatles and their near peers constituted its high renaissance, rock music has evolved into a florid and ...

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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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Scotland Is Alice's Wonderland
(Disc, 1972-11-00)

Alice couldn't have got a better reception anywhere. He was knocked out afterwards -- so were the whole band. Where else in England would everybody be...

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Alice Cooper
(Music Scene, 1972-11-00)

The sado-sexual schizophrenia of Alice Cooper's grotesque public ribaldry and the alarming effect it is seen to have on both his audience and on those...

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Live: Alice Cooper
(Record Mirror, 1972-11-00)

It's been a long time since fans wrecked three rows of seats at Green's Playhouse in Glasgow, but they did on Friday when Alice Cooper took his show t...

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What is Alice Cooper?
(Teen, 1972-11-00)

Who is Alice Cooper??? "I think he's a bizarre freak!" "Visually, I really like them." "I don't know anything about Alice Cooper and I don't want to k...

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Alice Is Still Swinging ~ By The Neck
(Melody Maker, 1972-11-18)

The kids at Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, were yelling "Alice, Alice, Alice" at the top of their voices in deafening unison as the object of their emoti...

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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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Return of the Bi-Sexual Sex Object
(Sounds, 1972-11-18)

They had the hanging, and the knife-fight, and everyone was getting pretty excited as Alice Cooper swung into "Elected". Some kids had made these whit...

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School's Out Album Review
(Creem, 1972-12-00)

I've been trying to figure this one out for months. As usual, it's got some of the rawest and cleverest hard rock ever recorded - the title hit is a m...

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In Defense of Alice Cooper
(Harvard Crimson, 1972-12-14)

Paranoia, Political paranoia, the kind you get when you see a fascist behind every rock. I know quite a few people who count themselves as politically...

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Cooper Meets Claus
(Sounds, 1972-12-23)

Alice Cooper had a store all to himself for his Christmas shopping in New York last week. Alice, with snake, Yvonne and members of his group, had the ...

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Alice Elected!
(Sounds, 1972-12-30)

Killer Alice they call him - and it's not surpring. Of ll the American bands to have emerged in the past few years it's Alice Cooper that have capture...

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