1971 - 1972

Alice Cooper
(William and John, 1971-00-00)

"We're the end product of an affluent society. We enjoy getting on stage to show the public what their world has come to." Alice Cooper believes in th...

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Love It To Death Review
(Billboard, 1971-03-13)

Alice Cooper is artfully absurd third-generation rock, and with improved musicianship and their big hit, "Eighteen," to keep them even more finely tun...

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Love It To Death
(Rolling Stone, 1971-04-15)

(It came on the radio in the late afternoon and from the first note it was right: Alice Cooper bringing it all back home again. God it's beautiful - i...

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Alice Cooper
(Circus, 1971-06-00)

"We're merely the end product of an affluent society," Alice Cooper is fond of saying. "We enjoy getting on stage and showing the public what their wo...

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Alice Cooper Third Generation
(Frendz, 1971-06-00)

But like all myths, it ain't really that way at all. No chillun, Alice doesn't really kill chickens - or molest them even. Y'see the band did a concer...

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Alice Cooper of Freaky Rock Fame Is Just an All-America Boy-Girl
(Milwaukee Journal, 1971-06-15)

"It's actually not dirty, you know," said Alice Cooper. "it's just that the image is hard for a lot of people to take." Alice was leaning back on a co...

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Alice Cooper Really Is A Nice Guy
(Cream, 1971-07-00)

It was Marshall McLuhan, oft-quoted pundit of the television age, who said that 'Art is anything you can get away with.' Alice Cooper is putting it to...

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Rock in the androgynous zone
(Life, 1971-07-30)

The advance publicity for Alice Cooper almost turned my stomach. The pictures showed a kohl-eyed queen, cadaver face framed in a rat's nest of teased ...

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Swing The Sword, Paint Your Face, and Electrify The Stage, It's Alice Cooper Time
(Rock On, 1971-08-13)

The stage was so dark, as everyone looked towards it, "what is it?" they said?. A cry from the audience came WE LOVE YOU ALICE COOPER. The it hit, and...

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Alice Cooper's Nice Party
(Rolling Stone, 1971-08-19)

You and a guest are cordially invited to attend the summer season debut of Alice Cooper, to be held at the Venetian Room, Ambassador Hotel, 3400 Wilsh...

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Alice Cooper
(Zig Zag, 1971-09-00)

How would you explain your theatre...or is it for real? It's definately theatre; just by its being there it's theatre. It's third generation rock thea...

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News Report
(Rolling Stone, 1971-09-30)

They give good copy: Alice Cooper has arranged for construction of a life-sized working gallows, including a trap door that traps. The gallows will be...

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Splendor in the Feathers
(Praxis, 1971-10-06)

Alice Cooper was recently seen in the vicinity of the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium accompanied by some wiley and seemingly hypnotized persons weari...

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What a Drag
(Melody Maker, 1971-10-30)

Alice Cooper, the rather unusual American "entertainer", flew into London last Thursday accompanied by his snake. The couple gave a visually zany, but...

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Alice in Wonderland
(Sounds, 1971-10-30)

ALICE COOPER is a group. Alice Cooper is a performer who liks to turn press conferences at London airport into performances. Alice Cooper is also a ma...

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A Ball for Alice Cooper
(Cavalier, 1971-11-00)

Hairy chest and hairy legs in hotpants, rhinestones, and mesh stockings; drag queen and cigarette girls; a gorilla; fops in fancy finery; women, real ...

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Caught In The Act
(Melody Maker, 1971-11-13)

Alice Cooper gave a most moving performance at London's Rainbow Theatre on Sunday night. She made me want to move right out of the theatre; out of the...

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Killer Album Review
(Billboard, 1971-11-27)

Alice Cooper has risen from relative obscruity to international prominence. They are the Peck's bad boys of rock; their onstage antics leave many cold...

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Come Dressed As Raquel
(Express, 1972-00-00)

An unusual party has been given in Paris by the eccentric pop singer Alice Cooper. Mr Cooper had asked his 33 guests to come dressed as Raquel Welch. ...

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Alice Cooper All American
(Creem, 1972-01-00)

COOPERTOON #1: "Return of the Spiders" is playing, And here stand these two Stooges in the old sense, not like guitar hoodlumps cut from Ig-patterns, ...

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