1975 - 1979

The Alice Cooper Diary
(Grooves, 1979-03-00)

For a man who managed to turn America's musical tide away from the balladeers and back to hard rock, blend music and theatre in a style more elaborate...

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Show Depicts Rockstars Agonies
(Argus, 1979-04-06)

One of the most elaborate rock productions to come to the Bay Area was recently staged at the Oakland Coliseum when Alice Cooper and an entourage of 3...

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Alice Doesn't Flop Here Anymore
(Creem, 1979-05-00)

"Hey, wanna see some great moments in TV?" Alice Cooper whispered conspiratorially, like a fat guy with a two-day beard hustling dirty pictures. Witho...

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Alice
(Punk, 1979-05-00)

The Alice Cooper Group was, at one time, the most successful punk-rock group in the world. They were so disgusting that a teenage girl wrote a protest...

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Alice Cooper's bad Joke
(Rolling Stone, 1979-05-03)

The main problem with Mad House Rock, Alice Cooper's latest heavy-metal/vaudeville extravaganza, is that there isn't anything slightly mad about it. T...

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Alice And Groovies: UK Trips Postponed
(New Musical Express, 1979-05-19)

PLANS FOR Alice Cooper to visit Britain at the end of this month have now finally been abandoned. As previously reported, promoter Harvey Goldsmith ha...

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Alice Cooper From the Inside
(16 Magazine, 1979-07-00)

Remember that old meanie "Father Sun" in the film Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band? Well, that old meanie's no meanie at all—he's the very popu...

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Alice With Muppets: More shock rock
(Time, 1979-09-00)

Fit and well after three months in a New York sanitarium drying out his thirst for beer, Alice Cooper set out to prove that he was still the grand Dad...

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Ann Landers
(Daily Record, 1979-12-05)

Dear Ann Landers: I'm really sorry you found that old song of mine crude and offensive. Actually, "Cold Ethyl" is just a harmless number about necroph...

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