1975 - 1979

News Report
(Sounds, 1975-02-08)

The stage show of Alice Cooper's television show/solo album 'Welcome To My Nightmare' going out in the States for sixty dates from April 1 will be a m...

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Sometimes He's Happy
(Akron Beacon Journal, 1975-02-11)

People are cautious when knocking on the door of this star's dressing room because they never quite know what's going to happen when it opens. If Vinc...

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Welcome To My Nightmare Review
(Record & Popswop Mirror, 1975-02-15)

No it's not Alice's opinion of his own work, the nightmare here belongs to a film for which this album is the soundtrack. The film is based on an extr...

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Alice in Nightmare Land
(Record & Popswop Mirror, 1975-02-22)

I seems that even today poor old Alice can't get it right. There he is in America, hobnobbing with all the right people, desperately trying to repair ...

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News Report
(Rolling Stone, 1975-02-27)

A huge worldwide tour will carry Alice Cooper and his new sidemen, Steve Hunter, Dick Wagner, Prakash John, Penti ("Whitey") Glan and Jozef Chirowsky ...

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Department of Youth Single Review
(Melody Maker, 1975-03-01)

A. Cooper, snake-lover, golfer, and rock singer, makes singles which despite varying degrees of camping up, are pretty basic. This is typical, a heavy...

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Alice For UK
(Record Mirror, 1975-03-01)

Alice Cooper's soundtrack album from his forthcoming TV film Welcome To My Nightmare will be out on Anchor, March 1. The following month Alice embarks...

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Necrophiliac Nightmare Boogie
(Sounds, 1975-03-01)

This is Alice's soundtrack album... when you come to think of it, weren't all his others? Mr. Cooper has finally left the golf course to make a very w...

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Department of Youth Single Review
(New Musical Express, 1975-03-08)

"Department Of Youth" finds Alice Cooper re-running "School's Out", but this one lacks even the illusion of spontaneity and commitment; and besides, i...

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Department of Youth Single Review
(Sounds, 1975-03-08)

From the LP 'Welcome To My Nightmare'. I was out of sympathy, with this until just about the last moment of the fade. The raspy vocals, the teenage re...

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Welcome To My Nightmare Album Review
(Billboard, 1975-03-15)

Solo set from Alice is by far the best musical project he has yet undertaken. LP is soundtrack to upcoming TV special, and is vastly different in part...

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Welcome To My Nightmare Album Review
(Melody Maker, 1975-03-15)

Well, here's another Alice Cooper album which will crawl off into the pile and take up a secluded residence besides rarely played copies of "Muscle Of...

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Alice in doggyland
(Record Mirror, 1975-03-15)

No, don't worry, Alice ain't gonna twist the head off that little terrier, it's just that he's doing his bit to further the emergence of canine rock. ...

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Pop Notes: Here Come the King of Shock Rock
(New York Times, 1975-03-16)

Bace yourself: After 20 months out of the public eye, Alice Cooper is bringing a new dose of madness and mayhem to the nation's giant-sized arenas. Co...

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Alice Cooper's Nightmare Show Goes On TV
(National Star, 1975-03-22)

Los Angeles - Alice Cooper, the bizarre bad boy of rock, will unveil his gruesome new stage act to millions of TV viewers next month. The pop star, w...

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News Report
(Sounds, 1975-03-22)

Alice Cooper's 'Welcome To My Nightmare' TV Special goes out in the States on April 25 featuring Vincent Price on the 'In Concert' programme. Alice wi...

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News Report
(Rolling Stone, 1975-03-27)

When are the dead babies and flayed chickens of yesteryear? Down on the unemploment line like everybody else. Alice Cooper's Welcome to My Nightmare t...

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Alice Cooper
(Record Mirror, 1975-03-29)

Even by his own standards, Cooper employs the very tackiest of shock tactics here to give us an X-certificate album of ultimate bad taste. It’s trus...

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Alice Cooper Meets The Press - It's Serious?
(Chicago Tribune, 1975-04-01)

The signs are unmistakable: a major press conference is about to begin. A press conference, that 20th century bacchanal of truth, that hasty summoning...

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News Report
(Sounds, 1975-04-05)

Neal Smith, drummer with Alice Cooper's band, will have a solo single out shortly....

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