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Alice Cooper “I Love the Dead”

Alice Cooper performs ‘I Love The Dead’ from their 1973 album Billion Dollar Babies. This was the band’s sixth record, and it was their best selling one yet. Their stage show was unlike any other. To this day, when played live, the song features the decapitation of Alice, via guillotine. The film Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper, documented and featured live footage from different stops on the tour.   (YouTube) ALICE NEVER ORDINARY  "My parents really like this whole…

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Nita Strauss of Alice Cooper Band

Nita Strauss takes her name from composer Johann Strauss. She grew up listening to classic rock with her father and picked up the guitar at age 13. After going to the movies to see “Crossroads” she knew she wanted to be a musician. The scene with Steve Vai just blew her away. Only two years later, she started playing in clubs. Since the age limit was 18, she would wait outside until it was time for the band to play.…

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July 1973 – Issue 3

MEDIA EXPLOITATIONS by Richard Robinson (Creator and Founder of ROCK SCENE Magazine) July 1973 I'm writing this in the Rock Scene offices, surrounded by piles of glossy rock star photos, a jumble of news releases, and enough records for a year's worth of listening. I've just gotten back from London where I saw Gary Glitter shatter the staid reserve of the Palladium Theater with direct, hard-driving rock and roll; and the last few nights in New York City have been full…

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