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Alice Cooper would be a rock ‘n’ roll legend even if all he contributed to the pantheon was his celebrated theatrical concerts of the ‘70s, shocking displays of gore and violence that took the concept of rock shows to a whole other place. But Cooper and his band, which was originally called Alice Cooper before frontman Vincent Furnier took the name for himself, made some of the best, no-nonsense records of the early ‘70s. Coming out of Detroit, the Alice Cooper band blended old-school pop hooks with a metallic crunch that would foreshadow everything from glam, punk and metal. But Cooper was a showman foremost, jolting classic songs like ‘I’m Eighteen’ and ‘School’s Out’ with an onstage energy that wowed audiences back in the day. A whole generation of artists has been influenced by Cooper’s concerts, but he got there first. And nobody does it better.

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Alice Cooper Wants To (Literally) Shock His Audience

In an era when multiple-night engagements are standard in Las Vegas, Alice Cooper sees an opportunity to up the ante.

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5 Years Ago: Alice Cooper Releases ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’

Three and a half decades after Alice Cooper went solo in style with Welcome to My Nightmare, the shock rocker returned to the realm of Steven, the underworld and bad dreams.

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YouTube
YouTube

Alice Cooper Calls Rock Stars in Politics ‘The Worst Idea Ever’

Just in case you harbored any doubts at all as to whether Alice Cooper's recent tongue-in-cheek presidential bid was anything but a joke, he's laid them to rest with a new interview.

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votealicecooper.com

Alice Cooper Launches Political Career, Remakes ‘Elected’

Do these troubled times demand an even more troubled mind? Alice Cooper seems to think so.

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Epic Records
Epic Records

25 Years Ago: Alice Cooper Gets a Lot of Famous Help on ‘Hey Stoopid’

Alice Cooper brought in heavy hitters like Nikki Sixx and Ozzy Osbourne to help out with 1991's 'Hey Stoopid.'

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40 Years Ago: Alice Cooper ‘Goes to Hell’

Alice Cooper released his second solo album, 'Alice Cooper Goes to Hell,' on June 25, 1976.

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Rob Kim / Andreas Rentz / Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Alice Cooper, Twisted Sister, Ace Frehley + More to Play Rock Carnival 2016

The Rock Carnival will be held on Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in Lakewood, N.J.

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Alice Cooper Albums Ranked Worst to Best

Alice Cooper Albums Ranked Worst to Best

You can’t kill Alice Cooper.

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Warner Bros.

Alice Cooper Band to Reunite for Cooper’s Next Album

After paying tribute to his "dead drunk friends" with last year's Hollywood Vampires album, Alice Cooper is renewing some living acquaintances for his next LP.

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Jesse Grant / Larry Busacca / Stuart Wilson, Getty Images

Alice Cooper Says Prince Kept Trying to Steal Orianthi From Him

According to Cooper, Prince wanted Cooper's guitarist for one of his own projects.

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