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Alice Cooper: Love It To Death 50th Anniversary Track by Track Review

The truly shocking for the time Alice Cooper as rock star savior to the (youthful) masses manifested a Mr. Hyde persona and built a theatrical leaning musical genre upon it. The dark humor drawn from the old black and white “B” movies that haunted the drive in theaters in the Fifties collides with the deliberate depravity of loud music. Kids these days! Turn that damn thing down!

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Alice Cooper: Love It To Death 50th Anniversary Track by Track Review

The truly shocking for the time Alice Cooper as rock star savior to the (youthful) masses manifested a Mr. Hyde persona and built a theatrical leaning musical genre upon it. The dark humor drawn from the old black and white “B” movies that haunted the drive in theaters in the Fifties collides with the deliberate depravity of loud music. Kids these days! Turn that damn thing down!

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The truly shocking for the time Alice Cooper as rock star savior to the (youthful) masses manifested a Mr. Hyde persona and built a theatrical leaning musical genre upon it. The dark humor drawn from the old black and white “B” movies that haunted the drive in theaters in the Fifties collides with the deliberate depravity of loud music. Kids these days! Turn that damn thing down!

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