1996 - 1999

Society has caught up with Cooper
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 1997-08-18)

Since he first started faking his beheading by guillotine on stages across the world more than 20 years ago, Alice Cooper has become a part of civiliz...

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School's Out
(Phoenix New Times, 1997-08-21)

'In 1982, Pete Townshend sat down for one of his many lengthy interviews with "Rolling Stone" magazine. The primary topic of conversation was Townshe...

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Mr. Cooper Has A New Nightmare For Hometown
(Arizona Republic, 1997-08-25)

The edict comes straight from the mouth of Alice Cooper's publicist: Whatever you do, please don't ask him about Phoenix. Seems his handlers believe t...

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Cleveland Nautica August 16th 1997
(Scene, 1997-08-25)

On the one hand you had a successful hard rock icon which the majority of the audience came to see. On the other hand you had three good examples of w...

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Alice Cooper: A New Nightmare
(Beat, 1997-08-27)

When Alice Cooper visited Sydney's Hard Rock Cafe during a promotional tour for his last album, The Last Temptation seating wasn't a problem. He wa...

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Big, bad Cooper returns
(Out of Hours, 1997-08-29)

He's back-the maestro of mayhem, the master of rock shock. Ol' snake eyes himself, the one and only Alice Cooper, is set to assault the senses and mo...

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Carnival Prize
(Dallas Morning News, 1997-08-30)

At 49 years old, Alice Cooper - who headlined a magnific metal-rock show at the Dallas Music Complex Friday night - fits into a special place where ju...

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Alice Cooper fait sa rentrée en été
(Hardrock, 1997-09-00)

Finies les frasques d’aujourd’hui Marilyn Manson jours la provoq’ à tout va, que Kiss propose un show catalysmique, celui &ag...

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Concert Review: Glasgow Barrowlands
(Metal Hammer, 1997-09-00)

So Alice returns... again. With this, the latest in a long line of stunning resurections, rock's greatest golfer and Vincent Price obsessive is back i...

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Interview
(Popular, 1997-09-00)

Interviewer: " The song Tourniquet by Marilyn Manson is totally Alice Cooper-styled." "We could say there is an influence on it (smiles). What I liked...

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A Man Called Alice
(Time Off, 1997-09-00)

When Alice Cooper visited Sydney's Hard Rock Cafe during a promotional tour for his last album, The Last Temptation, seating wasn't a problem. He was ...

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News Report
(Beat, 1997-09-03)

And don't forget Alice Cooper at the Sports and Entertainment Centre next Monday (September 8) Mr Cooper has always assemble high calibre musos such a...

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Shock Tactics
(Age, The, 1997-09-07)

Alice Cooper has 25 televisions back home in America and, he says, they're always on. Right now he is staring at yet another, watching Test cricket. "...

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Alice Cooper: Entertainment Center
(Beat, 1997-09-17)

This show opened with three clowns roaming around the dim-lit stage before the band strolled out and opened with a portion of 'Hello Hooray'. Then the...

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What's Up With Alice
(Anchorage Daily News, 1997-09-20)

Alice Cooper, who launched his "Fistful of Alice" album tour in August, says he's gone for a carny theme for his live concerts. Snakes are involved, a...

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Alice Cooper
(Metal Edge, 1997-10-00)

Inside the sold-out auditorium, the frenzied crowd of teenagers dressed in black leather and strange eye-makeup frantically fight one another to get a...

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Talk Talk: Alice Cooper
(Goldmine, 1997-10-10)

Appearing recently on the Tonight Show, a typically bedraggled-looking Alice Cooper performed a blistering version of the angst-anthem, "I'm Eighteen,...

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Glen Buxton
(Des Moines Register, 1997-10-21)

Glen Buxton, a 'shocking and irreverent' rocker, had retired to a quieter life on a northern Iowa farm. Clarion, Ia. (AP) -- Glen Buxton, the guitaris...

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Spooky World's scare tactics
(Boston Globe, 1997-10-23)

Alice Cooper, this week's autograph-signing celebrity has completed his first shift and is relaxing in the farmhouse that serves as a backstage, feet ...

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Glen Buxton, lead guitar for Alice Cooper dies here.
(Wright County Examiner, 1997-10-23)

Glen E. Buxton, 49, of Clarion, died Sunday, October 19, 1997 at North Iowa Mercy Medical Center in Mason City. Buxton was well known in rock music ci...

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