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The Los Angeles Free Press 60's Music Site http://www.amazon.com/Alice-Cooper-Golf-Monster-Becoming/dp/0307382656/?tag=flop23-20 www.amazon.comThe man who invented shock rock tells the amazing and, yeah, shocking story of h
ow he slayed his thirsty demons—with a golf club. It started one day when Cooper was watching a Star Trek rerun between concerts, bored and drunk on a quart-of-whiskey-a-day habit; a friend dragged the rocker ou...


A rare version of "Department of Youth" by Alice Cooper. The song is from 1975 on his album, "Welcome to My Nightmare."

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The Los Angeles Free Press 60's Music Site http://www.horrorgarage.com/horror/interview-alice-cooper.php www.horrorgarage.comWelcome to My Brutal Planet: An Interview With Alice Cooper. HORROR GARAGE combi
nes the best in original dark fiction with the finest in horrific rock and roll. Think HORROR OF PARTY BEACH, PSYCHOMANIA, and DEATH RACE 2000: B-movie babes, screaming skulls, bug-eyed creeps, and gallons of blood. HORR...




  • Brian Mackenzie Performed live in Montreal Canada in 1965 i believe - talk about ahead of their time!


  • Terry Greene On the golf course as they were the whole time they pretended to be "counter-culture". Blech!
  • Terry Greene Really? News to me. Where are you getting this "info", nv? I saw the yokels with the Grateful Dead in London. Vaudville and acid rock? Patutey. I was on acid when I attended this hellish concert and "Alice" was clearly a fraud.
  • Terry Greene OK, we have already agreed to disagree, to understate it. To further disagree, I never "got" how the Dead were so popular. ONCE, once in my life, trippin' like a do-dah man, could I stand hearing them. Don't tell my few Dead Head friends. We're still on good terms. Alice Cooper and band were never even considered as musicians. Good thing we only communicate via the Internet, eh? We'd probably insult each other to death.
  • Terry Greene OK., nv. My source is ME. I don't care how many records the buffoon has sold, I heard them, saw him and he was truly a vaudville act in the middle of a real musical revolution. I'm surprised you're using LP sales as proof of talent. To use one of you're comments to me, "I thought I was being nice". Yeah, although I like ya, I gotta problem widya. I'm more from Boyle Heights than Brooklyn Heights. I am definately a Shark. East coast sucks, West coast rules. Grrrrrr.
  • Terry Greene I don't know but I will.
    See video
The Los Angeles Free Press 60's Music Site http://www.amazon.com/Alice-Cooper-Golf-Monster-Becoming/dp/0307382656/?tag=flop23-20 www.amazon.comThe man who invented shock rock tells the amazing and, yeah, shocking story of h
ow he slayed his thirsty demons—with a golf club. It started one day when Cooper was watching a Star Trek rerun between concerts, bored and drunk on a quart-of-whiskey-a-day habit; a friend dragged the rocker ou...





The Los Angeles Free Press 60's Music Site http://www.horrorgarage.com/horror/interview-alice-cooper.php www.horrorgarage.comWelcome to My Brutal Planet: An Interview With Alice Cooper. HORROR GARAGE combi
nes the best in original dark fiction with the finest in horrific rock and roll. Think HORROR OF PARTY BEACH, PSYCHOMANIA, and DEATH RACE 2000: B-movie babes, screaming skulls, bug-eyed creeps, and gallons of blood. HORR...




  • Brian Mackenzie Performed live in Montreal Canada in 1965 i believe - talk about ahead of their time!

  • Terry Greene On the golf course as they were the whole time they pretended to be "counter-culture". Blech!
  • Terry Greene Really? News to me. Where are you getting this "info", nv? I saw the yokels with the Grateful Dead in London. Vaudville and acid rock? Patutey. I was on acid when I attended this hellish concert and "Alice" was clearly a fraud.
  • Terry Greene OK, we have already agreed to disagree, to understate it. To further disagree, I never "got" how the Dead were so popular. ONCE, once in my life, trippin' like a do-dah man, could I stand hearing them. Don't tell my few Dead Head friends. We're still on good terms. Alice Cooper and band were never even considered as musicians. Good thing we only communicate via the Internet, eh? We'd probably insult each other to death.
  • Terry Greene OK., nv. My source is ME. I don't care how many records the buffoon has sold, I heard them, saw him and he was truly a vaudville act in the middle of a real musical revolution. I'm surprised you're using LP sales as proof of talent. To use one of you're comments to me, "I thought I was being nice". Yeah, although I like ya, I gotta problem widya. I'm more from Boyle Heights than Brooklyn Heights. I am definately a Shark. East coast sucks, West coast rules. Grrrrrr.
  • Terry Greene I don't know but I will.
    See video



The Alice Cooper band performs "Black Juju" live at the "Midsummer Rock Festival" on June 13th 1970.