2000 - 2004

Shock Rock Superstar Alice Cooper
(Venue, 2000-07-07)

The son of a preacher, 52-year-old Vincent Furnier first transformed into transvestite sicko Alice Cooper back in the late '60s, promising to "single-...

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Alice in bunkerland!
(South Wales Argus, 2000-07-11)

Rock star Alice Cooper has got the art of relaxation off to a tee during his stay in Gwent. ...

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Seminal hard rocker invades Germany
(Kerrang!, 2000-07-15)

Five modes of transport (underground and overground train, plane, coach and taxi!) your Kerrang! team went through to bring you this report from a Ger...

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King Of The Guillotine Who Never Quite Lost His Head
(Express, 2000-07-16)

For a 52-year-old bloke who's just been guillotined and had his decapitated head kicked around a stage, Alice Cooper's looking remarkably cool. On the...

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Strutting and Spitting To The Geriatrics
(Evening Standard, 2000-07-20)

He shocked middle-America by adopting the name of an old witch, wearing hideous makeup, cavorting with a snake and decapitating chickens onstage. Late...

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Welcome to my nightmare
(Guardian, 2000-07-22)

The stage sweats under camouflage netting; a backdrop depicts a scorched earth in green and black. Suddenly, to an explosion of lights and sonic grind...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Metal Edge, 2000-08-00)

It's been five years since Alice Cooper's last studio effort, and it's certainly nice to hear that nasally, cynical whine once again. While the Coop w...

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Alice Cooper Ten Strokes Over Par
(Your Flesh, 2000-08-00)

When the Alice Cooper group acrimoniously collapsed in early 1974, rock music lost the only band to successfully combine influential and masterfully c...

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Hangin' With Mr. Cooper
(Dayton Daily News, 2000-08-03)

Phoenix - Alice Cooper has spent most of his adult life trying to look like a cadaver, and even without his makeup he is hard to miss. Eggbeater hair,...

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Alice Cooper Takes His Legendary Show Into The Future
(Electric Basement, 2000-09-00)

In a Summer packed with classic hard rock and metal comeback tours, master player ALICE COOPER refuses to be left behind. Not only has he released one...

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Brutal Planet Review
(Metal Sludge, 2000-09-00)

Cover: 7 Billion Dollar Babies out of 10. The cover is dark and evil looking and you can see half of Alice's old ass face. By looking at thecover you ...

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Cooper blends camp with killer rock
(Toledo Blade, 2000-09-06)

The guillotine is back. What more could anyone want from an Alice Cooper concert? After a couple of relatively low-key tours, the master of rock theat...

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Alice Cooper Clarification
(Detroit News, 2000-09-08)

With the huge boa constrictors, chopped-up baby dolls, guillotines, electric chairs and fake blood that populated his stage shows during his early '70...

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Cooper keeps metal's kitsch at forefront
(Milwaukee Journal, 2000-09-08)

More than anyone, Alice Cooper has proven that anything can fit into a rock 'n' roll show if you: (a) smear it with blood; (b) cover it in face paint;...

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News Report
(Kerrang!, 2000-09-09)

Alice will star as Satan in a new film entitled The Crossover which is being produced by Mike Myres. Described as an Irish black comedy, the film is a...

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Alice Cooper stages metal madness as art
(Houston Chronicle, 2000-09-26)

After seeing Alice Cooper at Aerial Theater on Monday night, it's hard to understand why censors are making such a big deal out of Eminem's hateful sc...

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Ol' Blue Eyes In Black
(Ashbury Park Press, 2000-09-29)

When he leaps onstage, his ice-blue eyes lined in black -- with hair, gloves, leather jacket, trousers and boots to match -- Alice Cooper is clearly s...

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Brutally Honest
(Metal Edge, 2000-10-00)

Phoenix, Arizona has its famous Suns: A great basketball team that made it to the semi-finals this year. And Phoenix also has its famous sons, one of ...

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Real World Fuels Alice Cooper's Horror Tales
(Post Gazette, 2000-10-01)

More than 20 years after deciding his audience couldn't be shocked anymore, Alice Cooper was shocked to find the inspiration that would fuel his most ...

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Cooper's still rockin', still theatrical and still contemporary
(Independent, 2000-10-03)

Alice Cooper presented a full, fantastic rock show Sunday night at the Murat Theatre. To show gratitude, every person in the sold-out audience of 2,45...

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