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Original Alice Cooper Band To Release Three Songs On New Album

by Paul Cashmere on May 13, 2017

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Alice Cooper has rounded up the members of his original band for three songs for his next album ‘Paranormal’.

Dennis Dunaway, drummer Neal Smith and guitarist Michael Bruce were part of the band Alice Cooper, before Alice went in 1975 with ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’.

The Alice Cooper Band recorded the albums ‘Pretties For You’ (1969), ‘Easy Action’ (1970), ‘Love It To Death’ and ‘Killer’ (1971), ‘School’s Out’ (1972) and ‘Billion Dollar Babies’ and ‘Muscle of Love’ (1973).

Lead guitarist Glen Buxton died of complications from pneumonia in 1997.

Alice Cooper will release ‘Paranormal’ in July. The album will also feature U2’s Larry Mullen Jr, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons and Deep Purple’s Roger Glover.

Alice Cooper will tour Australia and New Zealand in October with special guest Ace Frehley.

Alice Cooper dates

10/17 – Perth, Australia – Arena
10/19 – Adelaide, Australia – Thebarton Theatre
10/20 – Melbourne, Australia – Margaret Court Arena
10/21 – Sydney, Australia – Hordern Pavilion
10/23 – Canberra, Australia – AIS Arena
10/24 – Newcastle, Australia – Newcastle Entertainment Centre
10/25 – Brisbane, Australia – Convention And Exhibition Centre

New Zealand:
10/27 – Auckland, New Zealand – The Trusts Arena
10/28 – Wellington, New Zealand – TSB Bank Arena

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