But that never stopped me from pumping quarters into it. Now, 38 years later, I can see what happens when Ace doesn’t eat it three moves in …
I like these idiots!
Massively influential, but hard to mourn his passing. Long but informative obit here.
If you haven’t watched I Think You Should Leave you should. I had to rewatch this because hot dog guy is becoming a meme. And that’s what really matters these days.
An ok documentary about the kind of manager all bands need but few get. Wears thin in places, but few documentaries don’t.
”somewhere between a teen magazine and Mad magazine and a hard rock magazine”
Documentary out this week!
Are y’all as bored as I am? Is he actually playing the same thing they’re playing?
This comes and goes on YouTube. Enjoy it while you can.
Or don’t, what do I care?
I can’t wait to dig into this …
A rare peek behind the mask when Alice Cooper was still scaring the adults.
… we have uncovered an interview of Alice Cooper in the midst of the massively successful 1973-1974 Billion Dollar Babies tour. In the video, he is interviewed at the Hotel Hesperia in Helsinki, Finland, discussing his stage persona, rock music, violence, his audiences, and musical influences.
At the time, Alice was in Europe to promote the original band’s upcoming film, “Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper”, which predominately featured live concert footage filmed at the 1973 Sam Houston Coliseum show. Alice then headed to Brazil where the band became the first western band to perform there.
This rare interview filmed by YLE, The Finnish Broadcasting Company for the Finnish TV Show “Iltatähti”, was originally broadcast on April 13, 1974.