1989 - 1990

A Little Help From Alice's Friends
(Circus, 1989-00-00)

Crediting Alice Cooper for the success of Trash is a little like thanking Lee Lacocca for a good Chrysler. Both guys get lots of help. Just check out ...

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By Popular Demand
(In Seasons, 1989-00-00)

Those eerie, spooky things that go bump in the night will 'shake, rattle, and roll' as one of the greatest showmen, the ghoulish Alice Cooper comes to...

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Trash Steet Kid
(Kerrang!, 1989-00-00)

Walking into this place during the Front's third song is tike stepping into their first MTV video: the stained glass is glowing, the band are gyrating...

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Alice Cooper
(Kid Zone, 1989-00-00)

In 1967, while peace, love and flower-power were ruling, an American high school band called Alice Cooper made horror a fashion. The band's image was ...

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All American
(Newsweek, 1989-00-00)

Alice Cooper once tried, and failed, to borrow those snappy Nixon-era White House guard uniforms. His patriotism hasn't flagged, as his new duds evinc...

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Blood, Sweat and Oldies In New Alice Cooper Show
(New York Times, 1989-00-00)

Alice Cooper was, unfortunately, a pop-culture prophet in the mid-1970's. Long before MTV, he realized that rock could be treated as a theatrical spec...

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News Report
(Q Magazine, 1989-00-00)

In addition to the six quid entrance fee, Alice Cooper fans seeking admission to his Thanksgiving Night (November 24) Marquee show had to bring along ...

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Let's Get Trashed
(Raw, 1989-00-00)

The Alice Cooper phenomenon is about to hit Britain once again. Only this time it's different. This time Alice Cooper is riding atop a hit album ('Tra...

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Random Notes
(Rolling Stone, 1989-00-00)

"I love the old Hollywood stunt," says shock rocker Alice Cooper of his decision to promote his album Trash by storming through various American citie...

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The Greatest Heavy Metal Albums Of All Time: No.74
(Kerrang!, 1989-01-14)

Alice Cooper (vocals), Glen Buxton and Michael Bruce (guitars), Dennis Dunaway (bass), Neal Smith (drums). Maybe not every 'classic' Cooper fanatic's ...

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Alice's Child Connection
(Raw, 1989-02-08)

Alice Cooper is back!! Yes the master of mayhem, the mercurial merchant of gratuitous gore will be unleashed another maliciously molten meisterwerk th...

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News Report
(Circus, 1989-03-00)

Alice Cooper, shocking and rocking since the '60s, is having the last laugh on everyone in the music business who though he was gone for good. With hi...

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Alice Cooper in 'no gore' shock
(Kerrang!, 1989-04-08)

Godfather of gore Alice Cooper is currently mixing his new album. Entitled 'Trash', with producer Desmond Childs in New York. The album will be releas...

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The Week In Metal
(Kerrang!, 1989-04-15)

The number one US album is 'Billion Dollar Babies' from Alice Cooper, born Vincent Furnier, the son of a Mitchigan preacher. Alice has built his reput...

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Alice Prepares to Trash The World
(Raw, 1989-05-05)

Alice Cooper is presently putting the finishing touches to his 20th album through release through the Epic label during late May in the US. This will ...

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Alice takes out the Trash
(Metal Hammer, 1989-05-29)

Alice Cooper's new record, entitled 'Trash', will be released by Epic records on July 3. Most of the album was written in the second half of last year...

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The Week In Metal
(Kerrang!, 1989-06-03)

Alice Cooper, preparing for his first American concert appearances in two years (kicking off on June 19 in Anaheim, California) suffers a setback when...

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The Week In Metal
(Kerrang!, 1989-06-10)

'Roadie', a rock comedy film about the trials and tribulations of a typical rock band equipment handler (a roadie), opens in theatres across America o...

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News Report
(Raw, 1989-06-14)

Alice Cooper releases his first album since switching labels from MCA to Epic during August in the UK, with a US released scheduled for July. The LP i...

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The week In Metal
(Kerrang!, 1989-06-24)

Alice Cooper falls off the set of his 'Welcome To My Nightmare' tour in Vancover on June 23 and breaks six ribs, forcing the cancellation of a few sub...

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