Alice Cooper: The Spectrum, Philadelphia
Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, April 1973
DIDN'T IT STRIKE you as strange, even back then before Peter and Gordon or the color series of Beatle cards, that they could call a monstrously ubiquitous single, Can't Buy Me Love? I mean, did you really think that there was anything the Beatles couldn't buy? And didn't strike you odd that Rod Stewart, after he became the biggest thing since white bread, had the balls to begin an album "Never been a millionaire"?
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