2000 - 2004

Alice Cooper - Brutal Planet (4.5)
(Glass Eye, 2000-06-00)

"After being throughly creeped out by my old man's Alice Cooper 8-tracks as a kid (you wonder how someone becomes a broke, dishevled, anti-social meta...

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Alice Cooper - Brutal Planet
(Music Street Journal, 2000-06-00)

Quite probably Alice's strongest release in years, and possibly one of the best ever, this disc is a concept album that musically seems to take the cl...

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Brutally Frank Cooper Stupor
(New York Times, 2000-06-00)

After hearing master shock-rocker Alice Cooper's new "Brutal Planet," it's clear that Marilyn Manson and others of his ilk are pale by comparison. On ...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Rough Edge, 2000-06-00)

If you want an unbiased, uninformed opinion of Alice Cooper's new release, "Brutal Planet," you wont get it here. If that's what you're looking for, g...

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Rocker thrills the fans
(South Wales Argus, 2000-06-00)

ALICE COOPER is one rock star for whom ageing looks are no problem. The older he gets the more sinister he appears. The more evil he is the more his f...

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Three of rocks most venerable institutions Motorhead, Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper, all have new albums out.
(Neath and Port Talbot Courier, 2000-06-06)

Motorhead's latest offering is titled 'we are motorhead'. it is basically more of the same from lemmy and co, but hugely enjoyable never the less. Iro...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Entertainment Weekly, 2000-06-09)

Nowhere near as dire as you'd fear, the Coop's latest finds our hero spinning characteristically grim fables as his backing band gamely grinds out old...

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Alice Comment
(Melody Maker, 2000-06-14)

Prince Charles and Camila. Should they get married? "Oh, yeah! Of course they should - I think it`s inevitable. They`ve been going out for 42 years or...

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Brutal Planet Review
(South Wales Evening News, 2000-06-16)

After nearly 30 years in music alice cooper is still going strong and just refuses to go away. on his latest offering, brutal planet, the title track ...

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Alice Cooper Is In Top Form
(Edmonton Sun, 2000-06-17)

Forget about Alice Cooper the golfer, the father, the restaurateur. That regular guy is nowhere to be found, probably bound and gagged in some dungeon...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Kerrang!, 2000-06-17)

Another comeback from '70s shock rock legend. Although there would be no Marilyn Manson without his influence, Alice Cooper has wrongly interpreted th...

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Singles
(Melody Maker, 2000-06-28)

Metallica - I Disappear (Hollywood): From the soundtrack of "Mission Impossible 2" comes the same blend of grunts and riffs that we've heard a hundred...

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Burn, Baby, Burn (and serve with potato salad)
(Arena, 2000-07-00)

Step 1: Leave the cooking to the experts. Luckily for the restaurant, I don't do any of the cooking - even though we are famous for our barbecue. I'm ...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Burrn!, 2000-07-00)

Ever deeper goes Alice into the realm of Dante's inferno. Somewhere along the line, Alice stopped looking in the mirror and quit dancing with dead ton...

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Mr Nice Guy
(Classic Rock, 2000-07-00)

Blood, dismembered dolls, guillotines, snakes - ALICE COOPER was the patomime dame of 70s rock. Now he's back with his first album for six years, Brut...

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Alice Cooper
(Maxim, 2000-07-00)

'Alice'. That's a girls name. If you had a band with hair down to the waist and make-upon their face which was the loudest, most obnoxious thing in Am...

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The Brutal Truth
(Metal Hammer, 2000-07-00)

A legend on the rock scene for over 30 years, Alice Cooper ain't done yet. As he tell Daniel Oliveire, with new album 'Brutal Planet' he aims to prove...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Q Magazine, 2000-07-00)

Godfather of schlock quits the golf course long enough to make first solo album in six years. Mixed feelings start when Alice Cooper's latest release ...

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The Record Buyer Interview
(Record Buyer, 2000-07-00)

Kiss, Twisted Sister, WASP, Marilyn Manson - all these acts and coutless more owe a debt to Alice Cooper. He's been mixing hard rock and theatrics for...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Rock Sound, 2000-07-00)

The eternal return rears its ugly head again. Alice was once imitated, then came along nu-metal, and now Alice is copying those who might've listened ...

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