In The Desert Of Seth

By G. B. Marian

Alice Cooper: Killer (1971)

Just reminding folks that this exists. 🙂

In The Desert Of Seth

My favorite musician of all time is Alice Cooper (whom I like to call “the Coop”). Born Vincent Damon Furnier, he’s a Detroit native of French-Canadian Huguenot and Sioux Native American descent who later moved to Arizona during his childhood. It was there that he met lead guitarist Glenn Buxton, rhythm guitarist Michael Bruce, bassist Dennis Dunaway and drummer Neal Smith. Together, these men became the original Alice Cooper band. It’s important to understand that “Alice Cooper” was once the name of the band, not the singer. They simply pulled the name right out of their asses one day; they wanted an ironically “sweet” and “non-threatening” name to contrast with their fierce image and heavy sound. (Later, it became a rumor that they received the name from a Ouija board and that “Alice Cooper” was a witch who had been put to death for consorting with the…

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