1973 - 1974

Billion Dollar Babies: Alice Spends Himself All Over The Place
(Creem, 1973-05-00)

Just look at what they've got to occupy themselves with: that slick imitation snakeskin cover, the oversized Alice Cooper dollar bill that'll be on mo...

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Alice Cooper: The "Queen" of Rock 'n' Roll
(Sir!, 1973-05-00)

Eight months ago, a young Pennsylvania rock evangelist named Rod Gilkeson launched his one-man crusade against "perversion and violence in the recordi...

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Inside Alice
(Rolling Stone, 1973-05-10)

"Alice is such an American name. I love the idea that when we first started, people used to think Alice Cooper was a blonde folk singer. "The name sta...

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Late Late Rock: TV's New Sound and Fury
(World, 1973-05-22)

All across the placid plains and deserts of America on the night of November 24, 1972, a generation of adults sat down for their evening's ration of D...

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Billion Dollar Babies
(Rolling Stone, 1973-05-24)

Concerning Alice Cooper, it is by now axiomatic that any new album is intended only as the soundtrack of the latest extravaganza. But even considered ...

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Mr. America
(Newsweek, 1973-05-28)

Little Vince (nobody knows his real name last name) grew up in Phoenix, Ariz., where his daddy was a minister. He spent his childhood watching TV, and...

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Schlock Rock's Godzilla
(Time, 1973-05-28)

By any musical standard, the Alice Cooper rock group is more shouting than something to shout about. Yet the teeny-boppers cannot seem to get enough...

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Alice Cooper's Alcohol Cookbook
(Creem, 1973-06-00)

Thank god the age of drug sickies is over. Those bread 'n' butter boys, Alice Cooper, have proved exemplary leadership into the genial asskicking rena...

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Billion Dollar Babies Album Review
(Gallery, 1973-06-00)

They're perverse, they're boisterous, they're grotesque and they're insolent and disrespectful brats, and they are talented musicians who are sometime...

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Alice's $32,000 booze bill
(Disc, 1973-06-02)

Two different superstars gave two different Press conferences - they both feel flat, with thuds. Alice Cooper has been holding Press conferences in al...

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Mr. Nice Guy!
(Melody Maker, 1973-06-02)

In a week when Britain was rocked and rolled by the sexual confessions of leading members of Her Majesty's government, another scandal shook the very ...

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Abse V. Alice - Hypocrisy?
(New Musical Express, 1973-06-02)

LEO ABSE, the M.P. for Pontypool, is another of those individuals clearly bent on restricting the public's freedom of choice. He announced last week p...

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But Alice is a CLEAN liver Mr. Abse
(Record Mirror, 1973-06-02)

AS MEMBERS of Parliament and their offspring get into the Ban-Alice-Cooper act, the Cooper eyebrows hurtle skywards in surprise that there should be s...

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MP Abse aims to ban Alice's Wonderland
(Sounds, 1973-06-02)

THERE'S SOMETHING faintly ridiculous about the sight of 56-year-old Labour MP from Pontypool - a man with a record of kindly if rather fashionable ide...

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The Sicker You Are The Sicker We'll Get
(Zoo World, 1973-06-07)

Terror-rock. Torture-rock. All that is true. Grand Guignol as staged by Roger Corman with an assist from Gahan Wilson. A rock star who will be the sub...

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Alice Cooper debags Nixon
(Melody Maker, 1973-06-09)

ALICE COOPER, in the final week of their giant American tour, came up with another great gimmick at the end of their Sunday show at New York's Madison...

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Paul Simon and Alice Cooper, So Differently the Same
(New York News, 1973-06-10)

Carnegie Hall, it was just a boy and his guitar, more or less. At Madison Square Garden, it was a boy and his rhinestone G-string and his executioner,...

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The Good, The Bad, Ugly Alice
(Sounds, 1973-06-16)

It was a Vile, Evil, Ugly, Disgusting Alice Cooper last Sunday night at Madison Square Garden. The Alice Cooper Show "America 1973" finally made it to...

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News Report
(Rolling Stone, 1973-06-21)

20/20 News: Alice Cooper told a press conference at the Cocoanut Grove in L.A. that the group spent $32,000 on beer last year. And he said he's planni...

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Hype Hype Hurray
(New Musical Express, 1973-06-30)

Let's assume, just for the purpose of arguement, that you're a sensitive soul filled with love for your fellow humans, and that you really get off on ...

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