1973 - 1974

What's the best thing about being a celebrity?
(Cosmo, 1973-00-00)

Alice Cooper: "Money. The bread I get from records and concert appearances, goes along with the glory of being a celebrity. And I like money."...

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How to Transmute Theater Into Gold
(Plug, 1973-00-00)

In 1965, when the British were invading the American air waves with the likes of the Beatles, the Stones, the Yardbirds, the Who, the Kinks, Herman's ...

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Alice Cooper in the deep south
(Rock Scene, 1973-00-00)

Atlanta, Georgia - Atlanta, the pride of the south. The setting for "Gone With The Wind" . . . Modern, big buildings, and the third largest airport in...

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Alice Cooper: Super Ghoul
(Story of Pop, 1973-00-00)

Without warning, an empty beer bottle comes hurtling out of the darkness, slashes through the glaring beam of the spotlight, and begins its rapid desc...

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Out of School with Alice Cooper
(After Dark, 1973-01-00)

When Alice Cooper stands on his doorstep in the morning, he can look down the road and wave to his neighbor, Bette Davis. He can look up the road and ...

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Alice Cooper
(Hit Parader, 1973-01-00)

"You see, there's actually no point whatsoever to our act," confesses Alice Cooper. "Neither is there a solution or conclusion to what we do in front ...

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Alice Cooper's Beer Bottle Polka
(Rolling Stone, 1973-01-04)

The director of operations on the Alice Cooper tour, a native of Los Angeles, walked the streets of Paris in a bright blue felt jacket with fancy whit...

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Hurricane Alice Takes Europe By Storm
(Circus, 1973-02-00)

In a matter of moments, Alice's grin of excitement turned to open-mouthed terror as three thousand of Glasgow's screaming meanies gave the band its wi...

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Visual Rock
(Hit Parader, 1973-02-00)

To many people, Alice Cooper has the ultimate in stage acts. But for all his outrageous make-up, theatrics and carrying on, Alice is really second in ...

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Alice Through The Looking Glass - Darkly
(Show, 1973-02-00)

"Art is anything you can get away with," said Marshall McLuhan in his startling re-definition. If so, it follows that Alice Cooper is one of the most ...

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Alice flexes his muscle
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-02)

Alice Cooper has become a living legend. And despite the tales of his physical decay, it looks like he's gonna keep on living. Could it be that Cooper...

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Alice's Free Single For Britain
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-03)

Alice Cooper - voted The World's Top Band in the NME Poll - is giving a complete 4 min. 20 sec FREE SINGLE as a Thank You to British reader of NME. ...

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And more news on THAT ALICE SINGLE
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-10)

A BONUS SELECTION of five excepts from their new "Billion Dollar Babies" album has been added to the world exclusive Alice Cooper single available ONL...

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Free Alice
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-17)

This free single "Slick Black Limousine" is a world exclusive and was specially recorded by Alice for New Musical Express as a tribute to readers who ...

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The Development Of The Mini-Cooper
(New Musical Express, 1973-02-24)

Alice Cooper calls a temporary halt to rehearing his new show in the ballroom of the band's Connecticut country mansion. Pausing just long enough to r...

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Billion Dollar Babies Album Review
(New Musical Express, 1973-03-03)

Superficially, Alice Cooper's appeal is to the man who shoves his way to the front from the back of a crowd inquiring tersley: "What's going on!" Noth...

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Billion Dollar Babies Album Review
(Billboard, 1973-03-10)

One of the best solid rock groups recording today have produced another set of unpretentious, straight rock. Cooper is a top vocalist and the band bac...

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Alice's magical mystery tour gets under way
(Disc, 1973-03-10)

Alice Cooper previewed his new show at the old Capitol Theatre in Portchester, New York this week. It was a dress rehearsal of sorts - Alice is about ...

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Alice: an obituary
(Melody Maker, 1973-03-17)

The rock world today mourns the death of Alice Cooper who was accidently killed last night when the safety screws failed on the guillotine he uses in ...

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News Report
(Sounds, 1973-03-17)

Alice tells us his latest snake died a few weeks ago. The way Alice explained, he arose one morning, sniffed the air and was greeted by a foul odour. ...

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