Alice Cooper in Comebackland
Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 2 March 1975
"THE MYSTERY," said Alice Cooper, an unmistakable hint of determination in his voice, "is the fact that no matter what, when people go to see Alice onstage, it's going to be Alice again — no matter what I do offstage." He was shrugging off the notion that antics like flashing his wit from the Hollywood Squares board and cronying with George Bums and Groucho Marx might drain some of the power from the sinister charisma that has made him a top star and one of rock's few household words (invariably a dirty one to terrified parents).
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