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Alice Cooper Interview

A softer side of Alice Cooper is seen in this interview with Finnish National Television in 1973. “I can’t be Alice all the time because he’s a little bit too dangerous” he says. He talks about the importance of the theatrics in their stage show. “You have to put a little icing on the cake, and get up there and do a show for the kids.”   (YouTube)

ALICE NEVER ORDINARY  “My parents really like this whole thing though; my mom made me these black leather pants that I wore onstage…I like the mystery of people not knowing my real name….also I like to keep my dad out of the news since he’s a minister. Can you imagine, having a minister involved in all this!? He loves it – he thinks it’s great.” Alice Cooper  More from interview by Lisa Robinson alond side photos by Bob Gruen and Wayne Rogers. Go to (page 48)  and check it out  in this months issue or ROCK SCENE magazine.

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