1975 - 1979

News Report
(Creem, 1976-00-00)

Speaking of Alice, to avoid complications should he and his new bride, Cheryl, decide to split up in the future, she signed an agreement that in case ...

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Our Son's Name Is Alice
(Phoenix Gazette, 1976-00-00)

Alice Cooper just missed making an appearance at his 10-year class reunion at Cortez High School. Too bad. It would have been a sight to see. Cooper w...

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Alice Cooper: Immer der Sonne hinterherfliegen
(Pop Magazin, 1976-00-00)

Grinsen tut er, als könnte er kein Wässerchen trüben. Aber Alice Cooper hat es faustdick hinter den Ohren - zumindest musikalisch. Kein...

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Hippies in the Lounge
(Phonographic Record, 1976-01-00)

Ah, home at last --- after six non-stop weeks on the road, the Flo & Eddie group returns home, to our families and Los Angeles. And not a moment t...

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Alice Cooper in Tahoeland: Welcome to a Tired Nightmare
(Rolling Stone, 1976-01-29)

Lake Tahoe, Nevada – As Alice Cooper pulled into the Sahara Tahoe, it was clear that he had finally hit the big leagues....

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Alice in Cabaret
(New Musical Express, 1976-02-21)

Nestled in the scenic High Sierras (made famous by the Humphrey Bogart epic of the same name), Stateline, Nevada, on the equally scenic Lake Tahoe is ...

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News Report
(Time, 1976-03-29)

MARRIED: Alice Cooper, 28, decadent rock's man with a woman's name, and Sheryl Goddard, 19, singer and dancer who appeared in Cooper's "Welcome To My ...

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News Report
(Circus, 1976-07-06)

Alice Cooper: The King (or Queen?) of Menace brought new depths of raunch to the already sex-filled pits of rock and roll. The whipflipper was the fir...

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Goes To Hell Album Review
(Billboard, 1976-07-10)

Very similar in overall concept to Alice's highly successful 1975 "Welcome To My Nightmare" LP, even down to the sequencing of hard rock and ballad ...

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Satan on top of the world
(Sounds, 1976-07-10)

This album has already received an almost unamimous thumbs down form the staff which really suprises as it's no better or worse than 'Welcome To My Ni...

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Creature Feature
(Circus, 1976-08-00)

"Beware of the dog," the sign says on the door of Alice Cooper's house and automatically visions of gruesome canines conjure themselves up. Fierce, wi...

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Alice In Hades: Welcome To My Ego
(Crawdaddy, 1976-08-00)

Los Angeles - Mr. Everett Dirksen, the late great Old Fart who greased the Senate with a grandiloquence found only in hypocrites of keen perception, d...

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Alice Cooper Dances in Hell
(Circus, 1976-08-10)

Alice Cooper is about to return to the public eye with a new album, a cross-country tour and a possible major film role which would mark his first dep...

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Coopermania in Australia
(Circus, 1977-00-00)

"I'm not talking to anyone or making a move until I receive advice from my lawyer, Frank Sinatra."...

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From the days when Alice was straight
(Sounds, 1977-00-00)

"I'm caught in a dream - so what?" I loved it to death. In 1972 a bunch of ex-bikers in drag wearing kohl stiletto-spiking round their eyes, wasn't th...

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Alice Cooper show a dud
(Times, 1977-00-00)

He's probably popped in front of a television set right now, ever-present Budweiser in hand while he waits for the people who run his life to tell him...

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Cooper makes it cut and dried
(Mail, 1977-03-20)

It follows him around and has a nerve-racking effect on everything he does, or tries to do....

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The Transformation Of Alice
(Circus, 1977-05-12)

"You know I lie all the way through these things doncha?" Alice Cooper asks as he walks up to his silver and green Rolls Royce outside his Benedict Ca...

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Lace and Whiskey Album Review
(Billboard, 1977-05-14)

Alice serves up a heaping plate of thumping, but well-thought-out rock here. In some ways the LP looks back to the days when Alice Cooper was a group,...

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Billion Dollar Babies: Alice's Ex-Sidemen Swing Their Own Swords
(Circus, 1977-05-26)

This is not another "whatever became of" story. This is the story of three former members of the original Alice Cooper Group. Three-fifths of the orig...

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