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Alice Cooper is an American hard rock musician. He is often referred to as the founder of shock rock. Cooper says of his heavy music, "We drove the stake through the heart of the peace and love generation."
Due out in 2012, Cooper's newest effort, Welcome to My Nightmare 2, is a sequel to 1975's release of the same name. The concept was described by Cooper as "another nightmare, and this one is even worse than the last one." Cooper announced the album's completion in early 2011 via his radio show, "Nights with Alice Cooper."
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Alice Cooper, influenced by British Bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks and in particular The Yardbirds, formed a number of rock bands in the 1960s, including the Earwigs, The Spiders and The Nazz. His first solo album was Welcome to My Nightmare. Alice Cooper was backed by Lou Reed's band, guitarist Dick Wagner, guitarist Steve Hunter, bassist Prakash John, keyboardist Joseph Chrowski and drummer Penti Glan. The album was another top 10 hit for Alice Cooper and is regarded along with the stage show as ground breaking moments in rock history. In addition, the 1975 US TV special 'The Nightmare' was the first video album and featured horror movie film star Vincent Price, several years before he guested on Michael Jackson's Thriller.
Alice Cooper received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2003. In 2005, Alice Cooper released his 24th studio album Dirty Diamonds. The album was released on August 2, 2005 in the US and July 4, 2005 in Europe. It is a continuation of the songwriting approach the band used on The Eyes of Alice Cooper. Dirty Diamonds is Alice Cooper's highest charting album since 1994's, The Last Temptation, coming in at #169 on The Billboard 200. The Dirty Diamonds Tour launched in America in August 2005.