2000 - 2004

Do You Rock?
(Blender, 2004-06-00)

Best rumor about yourself? Mr. Green Jeans is my father, and I set German shepherds on fire. Biggest celeb's home you've ever gotten drunk in? At Elvi...

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Billion Dollar Babies
(Classic Rock, 2004-06-00)

Alice Cooper who plays a one-off UK show at London's Hammersmith Apollo on June 27, is soon to begin a new album. The veteran shock-rock frontman rele...

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Alice Cooper: Concert at Metaltown
(Aftonbladet, 2004-06-20)

GOTHENBURG. Recently Alice Cooper was awarded a doctorate's degree in "performance art" by a university in the United States. On several occasions dur...

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Concert Review
(Smålandsbygdens Tidning, 2004-06-24)

Det är nu ett och ett halvt år sen senaste Sverigebesöket för Alice Cooper. Då turnerade rocklegenden med en blandning av d...

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Alice Cooper on Ojibway just the start for WHEELZ
(Saginaw News, 2004-07-01)

Michigan shock-rocker Alice Cooper is returning to Saginaw to headline an outdoor rock fest on Ojibway Island, promoters say. Jerry Tarrants, WHEELZ p...

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Two Faces of Alice Cooper
(Des Moines Register, 2004-07-08)

Alice Cooper is of two minds on most subjects. By day he is Alice Cooper the suburban dad, golfer and entrepreneur. But by night Cooper becomes the ri...

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Alice Cooper proud of his role as an original shock rocker
(Post Crescent, 2004-07-08)

Alice Cooper believes his role in musical history will be as "the Busby Berkeley of rock 'n' roll." Berkeley, you will remember, was the innovative fi...

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Alice Cooper
(Northwest Herald, 2004-07-09)

Before Ozzy ate the bat, Alice Cooper played with his snake, guillotine and electric chair. Scary. Now, I did interview Alice, but I interviewed Alice...

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Alice Cooper, other acts bring strong state ties to wrap up Common Ground
(Lansing State Journal, 2004-07-11)

Each summer, rock musicians whirl around the globe, playing to strange people in strange places. Alice Cooper - who rocks tonight's Common Ground fina...

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Cooper ad doesn't make the grade
(Chicago Sun-Times, 2004-07-12)

Shock value has its place in advertising. After all, what better way to break through all that clutter and grab viewers' attention than to present the...

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Cooper explosive as Common Ground closes
(Lansing State Journal, 2004-07-12)

Well, he's still got it. Nearly 40 years after the Detroit-born rocker released his first single, Alice Cooper is still going strong. Cooper, along wi...

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Aged, but still hip rocker to appear tonight at Star Plaza
(Northwest Indiana Times, 2004-07-16)

The archetype for all theatrical rock artists, Alice Cooper long ago set the bar high for the likes of Marilyn Manson, Slipknot and other mask-wearing...

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Snakes alive - Alice's pet is Scottish
(Edinburgh Evening News, 2004-07-19)

He is world renowned for the use of snakes in his wild stage act. Not so well known is the fact that the current reptile of choice for US rocker Alice...

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School's "IN" for Legendary Rocker Alice Cooper...
(Toronto News Wire, 2004-07-22)

Famed rocker Alice Cooper shopped the aisles of Staples Business Depot in Toronto today. Employees and customers were shocked when the Rock icon walke...

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Lovin' Alice Cooper to death
(Canoe, 2004-07-23)

TORONTO -- When I was young, the only episode of The Muppet Show I didn't particularly care for was the one featuring Alice Cooper. The reason was, we...

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Alice Cooper Slits Throats At The Amphitheatre
(Chart Attack, 2004-07-23)

Somehow, legendary shock-rocker Alice Cooper always manages to make even the cheesiest of rock ‘n’ roll clichés work in his favour. From transforming ...

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Ol' Alice goth cred with young crowd
(Toronto Star, 2004-07-23)

There was a time when a triple bill headlined by Alice Cooper and also featuring Edgar Winter and Foghat would have been hailed as one of the boffo ro...

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A real 'Mr. Nice Guy': Cooper in area for Gilford concert
(Citizen, 2004-07-29)

CONCORD - Alice Cooper paid a visit to some of his biggest fans Wednesday night, visiting the studios of a radio station that was the first in the nat...

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A look inside Alice Cooper's soul
(Express Times, 2004-07-30)

On stage he's simulated hangings and guillotine executions, carried a boa constrictor and flaunted dolls dripping with fake blood. Nervous city counci...

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Alice Cooper band to play charity slo-pitch match in Thunder
(Thunder Bays Source, 2004-07-30)

The Dougall Media No-Stars won’t be playing Mr. Nice Guy on Aug. 19. Though it won’t be a billion dollar bash, members of Alice Cooper’s band ha...

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