1973 - 1974

Alice Lives!
(Melody Maker, 1973-03-24)

A fierce onslaught of phone calls - more than Osmondrama or Cassidymania produced - struck the MM office following last week's "obituary" story which ...

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'Alice Cooper is dead' hoax
(Record Mirror, 1973-03-24)

The great Alice Cooper mystery - was he killed by an accident with the guillotine which forms the climax of his current mammoth American show or did h...

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70 Years After: George Burns Taps Cigar, Discovers R&R
(Rolling Stone, 1973-03-29)

New York - At a press conference two days before his Philharmonic Hall singing debut, George Burns was asked about rumors that Alice Cooper would also...

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Alice On Bordom
(Melody Maker, 1973-03-31)

The unlit Marquee of the Capitol Theatre, situated on the corner of a cold, dark, windswept street in the New York suburbs of Porchester, advertises: ...

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Cooper's Billion Dollar Babies on the road
(New Musical Express, 1973-03-31)

The Alice Cooper Show - America 1973 Philadelphia Itinerary - reads thisaway: "You are residing at the Penn Centre Inn, 20th and Market Philadelphia, ...

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On A Strange Trip With Alice Cooper
(Sounds, 1973-03-31)

A monkey on roller skates? Sounds man in New York, Chuck Pulin, had the memory of a live monkey, dressed in formal clothes, roller skating past his ve...

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Magic Alice On The Road
(Circus, 1973-04-00)

While Billion Dollar Babies (Warner Bros.) was racing up the charts, New York's Alice Cooper office was in a flurry of active preparations for his new...

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Records
(Cream, 1973-04-00)

After mutilated chickens, mock lynchings and stabbings, foreplay with boa constrictors, bombardment of audiences with paper panties, what next onstage...

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Alice Cooper
(Phonograph Record Magazine, 1973-04-00)

Didn't it strike you as strange, even back then before Peter and Gordon or the color series of Beatle cards, that they could call a monstrously ubi...

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Alice Cooper Reveals Other Self: An Interview
(Words & Music, 1973-04-00)

Up the steps and through the portal of an impressive three-floor, 40-room mansion (formerly owned by Ann Margaret), in ultra-conservative Greenwich, C...

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Curiouser and curiouser - that's poor, rich Alice
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1973-04-06)

Alice Cooper bounces out on stage in see-through white. He spears a baby doll, chops off its arm and legs and gleefully tosses it to the audience. He'...

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Check Your Guillotine, Sir?
(Rolling Stone, 1973-04-12)

Philadelphia - Extravagantly colored in shades of the Rolling Stones, Three Dog Night and Neil Diamond, the 1973 Alice Cooper tour burst forth from Ro...

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Killer comes home!
(Melody Maker, 1973-04-14)

Alice Cooper and Howard Kaylan are grappling with each other on the floor of the Roostertail, a Detroit night club whose wall of windows looks across ...

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Alice's Coup
(Music Star, 1973-04-14)

Alice Cooper's tour of the USA is the greatest thing yet! The grand finale will be a concert at New York's Madison Square Gardens on June 3rd. All in ...

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Freaks In New York, Bad taste in Detroit
(New Musical Express, 1973-04-14)

The man was balding, podgy, 50, finely-suited and standing on the steps outside the Knoedler Art Gallery. He looked like an art critic and was leaving...

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The Master Of Fantasy
(Sounds, 1973-04-14)

It's been said before, but until you go to America, it's difficult to realise just how much Alice Cooper's show is a reflection of America itself. If ...

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Some mothers do have 'em
(Disc, 1973-04-21)

About 300 people were at the Roostertail Nightclub in Detroit after Alice Cooper's concert at Cobo Hall, celebrating their boys return to his hometown...

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Really Weird
(Fab, 1973-04-21)

Now hear this all ALICE COOPER fans. Our beloved weirdo has posed for another unusual gentleman, SALVADOR DALI. The object was not a painting, but a l...

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No More Mr Nice Guy Single Review
(Melody Maker, 1973-04-21)

A breezy tune that lacks some of the impact ("How dare you," reader Susan Catsmeat, Harrow), of previous hits, and as it is readily available on the l...

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Alice Tours With Monster Tooth
(Circus, 1973-05-00)

"And now, America's own Billion Dollar Baby... the legendary Alice Cooper," screamed the intro tape as the curtain lifted on the most amazing show in ...

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