1991 - 1993

Alice Cooper: The Phantom Returns
(Circus, 1991-00-00)

"Role model?" The question bounces off Alice Cooper like a rubber bullet as his eyes bulge in mock disbelief. In a career that´s stretched from ...

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Tricks Of The Trade
(Hot Metal, 1991-00-00)

Alice Cooper's live shows don't stop at the light and sound production of the average rock concert; they are the enactment of a modern morality play, ...

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Alice Cooper
(Live Wire, 1991-00-00)

Being the big ALICE COOPER fan I am, I couldn't wait to receive a copy of the new HEY STOOPID album. After the success of his TRASH LP, Alice had a wh...

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Alice Cooper Live Loaded
(Metal Hammer, 1991-00-00)

Alice Cooper issued a warning to Death Metal bands, analysed his own power to shock and talked about jamming with Heavy Metal heroes in a revealing in...

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Shooting Off
(People, 1991-00-00)

Rock and roll ghoul Alice Cooper is amused by the elevated status of younger glam bands. "I love the high heels," says Cooper, 43, whose new album in ...

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Interview
(Raw, 1991-00-00)

Films. "Susperia, which was directed by Dario Argento, 'cos to rne it was his best movie. Hellzapoppin, would have to be the second one, 'cos it's a g...

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News Report
(Rolling Stone, 1991-00-00)

Being rock's reigning ghoul guru has its perks. For the title track of his new release, Hey Stoopid, ALICE COOPER enlisted the guitar-slinging support...

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Concert Review
(Times, The, 1991-00-00)

Alice Cooper was once banned from playing Binghamton, New York. The city council deemed the Cooper stage act, which featured a live snake and a simula...

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Alice Goes Stupid
(Raw, 1991-05-01)

Alice Cooper is now in the final mixing stages for his new LP, the follow-up to the highly successful 'Trash'. The LP is likely to be called 'Hey Stoo...

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Alice Cooper: The Rollers
(BAM, 1991-05-17)

"Living Legend" is probably one of the most overused cliches in all of rock 'n' roll, but no one deserves the title more than the one nd only Alice Co...

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Alice Gets 'Stoopid'
(Kerrang!, 1991-05-25)

King shocker Alice Cooper returns with a new album 'Hey Stoopid' through Epic on July 1. It's been produced by Peter 'Queensryche' Collins and feature...

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Hey Stupid!
(Hot Metal, 1991-06-00)

Alice Cooper is currently puzzling over which tracks to include on his forthcoming album, Hey Stoopid. So far 15 have been recorded at Bearsville Stud...

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News Report
(Metal Forces, 1991-06-00)

Alice Cooper will release his new album, 'Hey Stoopid' through Epic Records on June 17th. Containing such tracks as 'Snakebite', 'Feed My Frankenstein...

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Alice Cooper on Censorship and Politics
(Metal Hammer, 1991-06-00)

When my sensational and gory shows first appeared in the seventies, they featured me hanging, being decapitated, and hacking up baby dolls! But I neve...

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News Report
(Kerrang!, 1991-06-14)

Shock rocker Alice Cooper releases a new single 'Hey Stoopid'. Through Epic this week. The track, which features contributions from Slash, Joe Satrian...

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Don't Knock The Shock
(Raw, 1991-06-26)

Jet black hair, wiry frame and startling sapphire-blue eyes. Alice Cooper, at fortysomething, is no stranger to holding court, telling the world about...

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Stoopid Time To Release An Album
(Kerrang!, 1991-06-29)

Legendary shock rocker Alice Cooper releases his new album, 'Hey Stoopid', through Epic on July 1. It features the following tracks: Side One: 'Hey St...

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In The Studio With Alice
(Hot Metal, 1991-07-00)

Recording a new Alice Cooper album has always involved a few "Keep Out" signs being nailed up around the studio. But for his latest, Hey Stoopid, Alic...

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Choice Cut Of The Month
(M.E.A.T., 1991-07-00)

What a difference a year makes. Last year, we boldly "trashed" the Alice Cooper album Trash is "pop fluff", and in retaliation we were denied an inter...

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The Godfather
(Metal Forces, 1991-07-00)

After the at times insipid and comercial 'Trash', it is with much glee that I find old Alice re-taking his throne as King of Splatter-rock. Yes, that'...

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