1975 - 1979

Lace and Whiskey Review
(Circus, 1977-07-21)

What's green, red, and moaning in the corner? Alice Cooper eating razor blades. That's, of course, a reworking of a dead-baby joke, once the source of...

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Theatrics Overwhelm Show by Alice Cooper
(New York Times, 1977-07-23)

The show Alice Cooper brought to Nassau Coliseum on Thursday night, his first touring show in more than two years, was a case of the tail wagging the ...

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All Right, Son...
(Creem, 1977-08-00)

Alice Cooper is waiting for the man. He's even got a Coca-Cola in his hand. But where's the burgers? Alice Cooper is waiting. He's waiting for a Big B...

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Play It Again Alice
(Music Express, 1977-08-00)

Alice Cooper's image had changed considerably since the days when he used to chop up chickens on stage, now he machines machine guns them to death....

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Alice cries 'fowl' and chickens get revenge
(Chicago Tribune, 1977-08-21)

"I'd say that 90 per cent of the things people hear about me," Alice Cooper said, "are rumors. Totally. Like a lot of people still think I chopped up ...

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Cooper in sanitarium, has drinking problem
(Arizona Republic, 1977-11-01)

Alice Cooper, lead singer in the rock band of the same name, is in a New York sanitarium recovering from a bout of alcoholism, a spokeswoman for the e...

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Alice Cooper Show Album Review
(Billboard, 1977-12-03)

This is a pastiche of Cooper's more well-known tunes culled from his recent tour. The live versions are filled with the same excitement and emotion as...

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Alice Comes Alive
(Circus, 1978-01-19)

In Autumn of 1974 Alice Cooper was sitting in a Toronto bar getting plastered, after he finished a recording session for Welcome To My Nightmare. He h...

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News Report
(Creem, 1978-02-00)

Alice Cooper, who took leave of the N.Y. hospital where he committed himself for alcoholic rehabilitation to fly back to L.A. to play his part in the ...

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Alice Cooper Doesn't Live Like That Anymore
(St. Paul Dispatch, 1978-04-27)

Who drinks a case of ginger ale a day, gets up at 8 in the morning to play golf, and love going grocery shopping? If you answered Alice Cooper, you're...

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Alice Cooper's Rock Theatre Not Too Tacky
(Des Moines Register, 1978-04-28)

As rock theater, Alice Cooper's show at Veterans Memorial Auditorium here Thursday was, as they say, not too tacky. A music purist would, however, hav...

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A Rusty Alice Cooper Oils Up
(Minneapolis Star, 1978-04-28)

Alice Cooper is rusty. The rock star, who became a household name by taking his outrageous, controversial stage production on perhaps the most extensi...

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Gas Disrupts Cooper Concert
(Minneapolis Tribune, 1978-04-29)

A canister, apparently of tear gas or ammonia, routed a crowd of 13,500 attending a concert by rock star Alice Cooper Friday night at the St. Paul Civ...

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The indestructible Alice
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1978-05-00)

If you were over 30 and had already been guillotined, electrocuted and attacked by three black widow spiders onstage, you might hang it up. But not Al...

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Cooper: 'Shock rock' master makes triumphant return
(Times Weekender, 1978-05-06)

The Coop is back. After a year's layoff that saw the inventor of shock rock hospitalized for alcoholism treatments, Alice Cooper has re-emerged and hi...

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Quel bravo ragazzo di Alice Cooper
(Ciao 2001, 1978-06-11)

Dopo il ricovero in ospedale durato quattro mesi Alice Cooper è di nuovo a casa. Naturalmente per un perido brevissimo, infatti gli impegni si ...

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From The Inside Album Reivew
(Billboard, 1978-12-02)

This concept album that chronicles Cooper's self-imposed stay in a rehabilitation center to cure his alcohol addiction, is without a doubt his most am...

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Alice sucks a big one
(Sounds, 1978-12-16)

Alice was staying in The Hilton. Room 152 to be precise. The man at reception said that Mr.Cooper was expecting me. Excellent! I was flattered by the ...

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News Report
(Cash Box, 1978-12-23)

The recent release of Alice Cooper's album "From The Inside" on Warner Bros. Records marked a major departure from the rock star's past - not so much ...

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ALICE COOPER, THE BABYS
(Cleveland Scene, 1979-02-00)

Alice Cooper provided one of the finest concerts the Coliseum has ever seen. The bizarre, electric performance by Cooper was a tour de force in every ...

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