Alice Cooper
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Alice Cooper, Love It to Death
8 Aug 2007 // 5:59 PM

Love It to Death is the beginning of Alice Cooper as we know him, with his storytelling bent and Ezrin's drapes of the epic. From there Cooper got more external about the nature of evil in his stage shows and symbols.

Part 3: Curtis Mayfield to The English Beat (1970-1980)
17 Jul 2007 // 6:00 PM

"Just a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine, go down .." Julie Andrews sang in Mary Poppins. Indeed, a bitter dose of angry words in need of saying, and set to a beat, quite effectively gets heard.


Alice Cooper: Portrait of the Artist as a Burnt-Out Old Man
14 Feb 2010 // 4:00 PM

There was a time when Alice Cooper was critically savaged, virtually ignored by mainstream audiences, and declared passé by us kids. Fortunately, that time quickly passed.


Alice Cooper: 15 June 2012 - Kansas City, MO
26 Jun 2012 // 1:02 AM

A pioneer of heavy metal, a master of the macabre -- Alice Cooper remains inimitable.

Alice Cooper: Welcome 2 My Nightmare
15 Sep 2011 // 5:00 PM

It would be nice to report that Alice Cooper’s comeback attempt is strong enough to show the Lady Gagas and Insane Clown Posses just how shock rock should be done. Sadly, it’s not even strong enough to frighten Justin Bieber.


12 Must-Have Songs for Your Halloween Playlist
29 Oct 2014 // 4:51 AM

Before you go out to your favorite haunted house or visit your favorite witchy woman, be sure to have the proper monster music handy.

Orange Popsicles and Lemonade: 20 Timeless Songs of Summer
9 Jul 2014 // 5:00 AM

Whether you're at the beach or just hanging out in the backyard, these timeless summer classics are sure to make the summer sun shine a little bit brighter.


Alice Cooper bringing back the evil
8 Aug 2011 // 6:25 AM

AKRON, Ohio — Three and half decades ago, Alice Cooper — the band and the man — was the scariest rock show around. Concerned parents, politicians, religious groups

//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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