2005 - 2007

(Alice) Cooperstown
(Dayton City Paper, 2006-07-19)

"Only once a day," he said via telephone. "I don't want to overdo it." The "he" in question is the father of shock rock, Alice Cooper, and the activit...

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Welcome To His Nightmare
(Dayton Daily News, 2006-07-19)

Bill White first heard about Alice Cooper during the early 1970s while attending class at Wright State University. A fellow student asked White if he ...

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Alice Isn't 18 Anymore, But We Still Like It
(Dayton Daily News, 2006-07-21)

Kettering - In a show that included a guillotine, a coffin, a Frankenstein monster, an S&M whip-cracking harpy and, of course, a severed head, one sim...

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[Alice on Pink Floyd]
(Rolling Stone, 2006-08-10)

In Los Angeles, during an engagement at the Cheetah, the Floyd were befriended by the club's house band: the future Alice Cooper, then called the Nazz...

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Mr. Nice Guy
(Buffalo News, 2006-10-08)

It's all an act. Which is not to say you shouldn't be just a little bit afraid. Anyone who can act this way for a few hours every evening, 150 nights ...

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Welcome To His Nightmare... Alice Cooper
(Steppin' Out, 2006-10-25)

After 30 albums and some of the most famous rock songs ever recorded, you'd think Alice Cooper's demons would've been conquered by now - or maybe lock...

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Aural Fixations
(East Valley Tribune, 2006-11-05)

More than three decades into his enormously successful rock career, the Valley's own Alice Cooper is still reaching goals he set long ago. "Get a star...

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Alice In Randomland
(New York Post, 2006-11-15)

SHOCK rock heavy metal performer Alice Cooper, famed for 1970s hits "School's Out" and "No More Mr. Nice Guy," has just sold his memoirs to Random Hou...

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Alice Cooper and Jerry Jones
(North Valley, 2006-12-00)

With a recognizable face and a famous name, Alice Cooper has become somewhat of an American icon. But to Valley residence, he's more than just a rock ...

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Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding
(22nd Century Rock, 2007-00-00)

Alice Coopers Xmas Pudding XI. It's all for a worthy cause. Alice Cooper turned Christian over sixteen years ago and has had a dream of building a san...

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Dennis Dunaway
(22nd Century Rock, 2007-00-00)

Dennis Dunaway is a bass guitarist best known for being the original member of the Alice Cooper Group from 1967 to 1975. He co-wrote some of the class...

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"Basic. Dumb. Sex-charged!"
(Mojo, 2007-04-00)

"The first Stooges album was true street Detroit music. We played the Grande Ballroom with Ted Nugent, The Amboy Dukes, the MC5 adn The Stooges, with ...

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Wonder of Alice
(Herald Sun, 2007-07-08)

When Alice Cooper checked into a treatment center for alcoholism, it had no revolving door for celebrities. "It wasn't classy. It wasn't 'in'," Cooper...

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Fairly frightening
(Bulletin, 2007-07-25)

Alice Cooper is one spooky dude. His new album, "Along Came a Spider," comes out Tuesday. It's 6:45 a.m. on a Monday, and I am sitting glassy-eyed at...

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Q&A with Alice Cooper
(LocoFest, 2007-09-09)

Alice is THE MAN. Rock & roll icon, radio DJ, restaurant and nightclub owner, author and golfer, Alice Cooper has covered much ground so far, and at 5...

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Hard rockers hit the mark again
(Bournemouth Echo, 2007-11-15)

A triple-whammy, rock fuelled juggernaut night for an evening of hard-hitting nostalgia. Alice Cooper, Motorhead and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts ...

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Cooper kills with skills
(Aftonbladet, 2007-11-29)

LUND. "When you've been active for 35 years, you are the soundtrack to peoples lives", Alice Cooper told Sydsvenskan before this falls only Swedish co...

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