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« Reply #40 on: May 03, 2005, 09:58:36 PM »

I cant wait. I get to meet him in a little over a month.
Anyone else met him, or going to on this tour?


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« Reply #41 on: May 04, 2005, 07:16:20 PM »

I've always loved Alice, and after seeing him finally live in person, last summer, singing in the rain and yelling out "Michigan you are all poison" and playing poison as his encore made be fall in love with his ballad.  Man to think of all them times I seen strippers dancing to that song and I still enjoyed it so much more seeing Alice sing it live.
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« Reply #42 on: May 05, 2005, 02:47:07 AM »

A) I thought Alice denied the new album was called Dirty Diamonds?

B) Alice's band (or the one at the time, I guess) has said that every stripper they ever met has danced to Poison.
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« Reply #43 on: May 05, 2005, 01:51:23 PM »

A) I thought Alice denied the new album was called Dirty Diamonds?

B) Alice's band (or the one at the time, I guess) has said that every stripper they ever met has danced to Poison.

Yes I have heard Alice say every stripper he has met has danced to that song too.  Poison never really ment that much to me through until I seen Alice playing live in the rain
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« Reply #44 on: May 05, 2005, 02:39:32 PM »

A) I thought Alice denied the new album was called Dirty Diamonds?

B) Alice's band (or the one at the time, I guess) has said that every stripper they ever met has danced to Poison.

He said it was, then he said he wasnt sure..Now hes saying it is
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« Reply #45 on: May 05, 2005, 02:46:37 PM »

ALICE COOPER and CHEAP TRICK will be embarking on a joint U.S. tour beginning in late August. Confirmed tour dates so far are as follows:

Aug. 20 - Cincinnati, OH @ US Bank Arena
Aug. 21 - Detroit, MI @ State Fair
Aug. 25 - Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap
Aug. 26 - Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park
Aug. 28 - Brookhaven, NY @ Brookhaven Amphitheater
Aug. 29 - Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug. 30 - Syracuse, NY @ NY State Fair
Sep. 01 - Rockford, IL @ On the Waterfront
Sep. 02 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
Sep. 04 - Loveland, CO @ Harley Rally/Bud Events Center
Sep. 05 - Pueblo, CO @ Colorado State Fair
Sep. 09 - Grand Junction, CO @ Rock Jam
Sep. 10 - Albuquerque, NM @ New Mexico State Fair
Sep. 14 - El Cajon, CA @ Concerts in the Park
Sep. 16 - Los Angeles, CA @ Greek Theatre

ALICE COOPER's new album, "Dirty Diamonds", is tentatively scheduled for release this summer through an as-yet-undisclosed label. The CD, which is said to be a continuation of the more organic approach found on Cooper's last effort, "The Eyes of Alice Cooper", was overseen by Steve Lindsey, who co-produced Cooper's 2004 duet with rapper XZIBIT, "Stand" (off the official Olympics Games album, "Unity") and has worked with Elton John, Luther Vandross and Leonard Cohen.
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« Reply #46 on: May 05, 2005, 04:46:27 PM »

Anybody know if Alice will be touring Europe as well as America this year?
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« Reply #47 on: May 05, 2005, 05:55:43 PM »

He is right now
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« Reply #48 on: May 09, 2005, 11:57:28 AM »

Well, touring Ireland; cos I haven't heard any news of him coming over here.
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« Reply #49 on: May 12, 2005, 07:52:52 PM »

 According to a post at SickthingsUK, Classicsdujour are reporting that the new ALICE COOPER album, "Dirty Diamonds", will receive a U.S. release on August 9 via New West Records. While the date is officially unconfirmed, this is a month AFTER the previously quoted German release date. New West Records have a web site here and appear to be predominatly a small country label so it does seem an odd match for Alice.

"Dirty Diamonds", which is said to be a continuation of the more organic approach found on Cooper's last effort, "The Eyes of Alice Cooper", was overseen by Steve Lindsey, who co-produced Cooper's 2004 duet with rapper XZIBIT, "Stand" (off the official Olympics Games album, "Unity") and has worked with Elton John, Luther Vandross and Leonard Cohen
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« Reply #50 on: May 16, 2005, 04:54:58 PM »

The New York Post's "Page Six" reports: A novel take on the Michael Jackson trial, from rocker Alice Cooper: "He can't possibly go to any jail that exists right now," Cooper tells itv.com. "My idea was that they build him a fantasy jail like Captain Hook's ship because he's so into this Peter Pan thing." Cooper also reckons Jacko should tone down his wacko court garb. "He goes into court with red lipstick on, and I'm going, 'You're fighting for your life here, son, come on.'" Yes, that's Alice Cooper criticizing someone for wearing make-up.
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« Reply #51 on: May 17, 2005, 02:40:33 AM »

The New York Post's "Page Six" reports: A novel take on the Michael Jackson trial, from rocker Alice Cooper: "He can't possibly go to any jail that exists right now," Cooper tells itv.com. "My idea was that they build him a fantasy jail like Captain Hook's ship because he's so into this Peter Pan thing." Cooper also reckons Jacko should tone down his wacko court garb. "He goes into court with red lipstick on, and I'm going, 'You're fighting for your life here, son, come on.'" Yes, that's Alice Cooper criticizing someone for wearing make-up.
When is the last time you saw AC wear make-up on the golf coarse?.
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« Reply #52 on: May 19, 2005, 10:45:44 AM »

Alice is a God. However, his "Flush the Fashion" album was pretty wrecthed....

I don't know, I gotta disagree with that. I actually liked Flush the Fashion - Talk Talk, Clones, Model Citizen are all real good tunes IMO. I saw Alice on the Flush the Fashion Tour at the Palladium in NYC, they opened up with Model Citizen, they were smokin'.? ?

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« Reply #53 on: May 21, 2005, 12:06:21 PM »

 According to a post at SickthingsUK, New West Records has set an August 2 release date for the new ALICE COOPER album, entitled "Dirty Diamonds". The following press release has been issued by the label;

After 30 albums and some of the most famous rock songs ever recorded, you'd think Alice Cooper's demons would've been conquered by now ? or maybe locked in a cage and fed undercooked meat. But the man who changed the course of rock music in the '70s with bloody guillotines, sparking electric chairs, slimy boa constrictors, and a little blood and eyeliner still has more to slay in 2005. Alice Cooper is master at re-inventing himself, shedding his skin like one of his snakes to become everything from a mascara'd grave robber to a leather-wrapped street hooligan, a film noir detective, insane asylum honor student, and nihilistic dada-ist. 2003's "Eyes of Alice Cooper" saw another of these shape-shifts, grinding musical gears with back-to-basics garage rock. Wrapping his famous sneer/snarl around a fistful of power chords, Alice ? lean and mean ? pumped the adrenaline to toxic levels. With the release of "Dirty Diamonds", Coop is back in even finer form, promising more thrills, chills and doctor bills.

"'Dirty Diamonds' sounds like 'Eyes of Alice Cooper' with more polish on it," says Alice. "On 'Eyes' I wouldn't allow the band to do overdubs. We did everything in the studio: write, record it and put it to bed. I don't want a QUEEN album or a DEF LEPPARD album that's perfectly recorded. They're terrific, you can't knock those albums, but that's not the sound I'm looking for. I'd much rather have the sound of an early STONES album." And that's exactly what "Dirty Diamonds" is ? a nod to the British Invasion past while acknowledging the Nu-rock WHITE STRIPES/JET present. Guitars and solos are strip-searched of effects, giving sharp bite to songs like "Woman of Mass Distraction", a smoker's cough sheen to "Your Own Worst Enemy" and testosterone feistiness of "Steal That Car". "This whole album takes you in a lot of different directions," he says, "yet it still really sounds like an Alice album." His roadmap this time takes you through glam-trash ["Dirty Diamonds"], last call blues ["Six Hours"], all-purpose punk ["Steal That Car"], country & western ["Saga of Jesse Jane"], New Orleans' swampy mugginess ["Zombie Dance"], and undiluted south-of-the-belt-buckle, STONES hard rock ["Sunset Babies (All Got Rabies)"].

And there's no shortage of razor-tongued, phrase twisting ? like his famous black eyes, another Alice plot device. In "Run Down The Devil", when he catches Satan ("the ultimate road kill") in his headlights, he promises to "take him to the Mercury grill" and "kick his future up his past." He even punks Chihuahua-toting Paris Hilton types in "Sunset Babies" with the line, "I'd buy her a diamond collar, if she'd only throw me a bone." "The art of the lyric is something I spend all my time on," says Alice. "I love the idea that a song will throw a lyrical curve at you or at least make you go, that's an Alice lyric. I learned to write lyrics from listening to Chuck Berry who is maybe the best rock lyricist. I always said an Alice lyric should always be a cut above everyone else when it comes to clever. If I can make myself laugh, then I know it's a good lyric." A prime example comes in the form of a country western ballad, "The Saga of Jesse Jane", whose cross-dressing main character finds himself jailed in a Texas town "in my sister's wedding gown." The song asks, "Are you just a normal guy who dresses like a butterfly?" "I say we should release that to country & western radio and not tell anybody who it's from. [laughs] I tried to make it sound like Johnny Cash. I can hear this playing in a truck stop jukebox. The idea that it has clever lyrics shouldn't take away from the fact that the song is actually a catchy number."

Of the many standout tracks, Alice professes fondness for the song, "Perfect". While its middle-finger guitar riff and lyrical swagger points a straight line back to "Love It To Death" and "Be My Lover", Alice says it has more in common with Meet THE BEATLES. "I just absolutely pride myself on that song. Wouldn't it be great to be able to write 'I Saw Her Standing There' or 'You're Gonna Lose That Girl'? Any three-minute BEATLES song. I finally wrote something I feel could've been a BEATLES song at one point, even if it was a BEATLES song they would've thrown away.

One of the album's more deceptive tracks is "Pretty Ballerina", a dark ballad imbued with Alice's eerie softer voice, veiled in classic Cooper unease. "That was originally written by a band called THE LEFT BANKE who had a hit with 'Walk Away Renee', says Alice. "'Pretty Ballerina' was their second hit. I heard it when I was a kid in 1965-66. It's just such a great curveball; it sounds a little bit like 'Only Women Bleed'. It has that delicacy and darkness, even though when you listen to it it's just a love song. The way it was written really appeals to that darker romantic side of me."

Writing and recording "Dirty Diamonds" with Alice is his band, longtime guitarist Ryan Roxie, recent addition guitarist Damon Johnson (best known for his band BROTHER CANE), bassist Chuck Garric and drummer Tommy Clufetos. Unlike Alice's 2003 album "The Eyes of Alice Cooper", which featured the band and only the band with virtually no overdubs, "Dirty Diamonds" has a more arranged and produced feel to it, and features additional contributions by a host of highly regarded L.A. musicians and writers, including guitarist Rick Boston (RICKIE LEE JONES), bassist Mike Elizondo (EMINEM, 50 CENT) and keyboardist Teddy Zigzag (who has worked with everyone from GUNS 'N ROSES to CAROLE KING).

"I really look at 'Dirty Diamonds' as an Alice gem. There are no fillers. Pick any song you think might be a single and I'm happy with that song representing the album. That to me is quality. Every track has got to be a great song, which is something I learned from Bob Ezrin." (producer of the Alice Cooper platinum classics "Love It To Death", "School's Out", "Billion-Dollar Babies", and "Welcome To My Nightmare", as well as PINK FLOYD and KISS). Co-produced by Steve Lindsey (who has worked with everyone from Leonard Cohen to Elton John) and Rick Boston, the minimalist "set it and forget it" approach captures Alice Cooper in all his timeless black humor and raw wound glory. "With Steve we were able to write it, record it and move on to the next song," says Alice. "He's one of those guys who has the same kind of music pedigree as Ezrin. We were on the same page as far as the kind of music we were talking about." The only song that indulges mapped-out production is the title track, with a movie soundtrack horn section that recalls the "West Side Story" spin of "Gutter Cats Vs. The Jets". "Almost everything through Alice Cooper has had a cinematic sound to it. Think of 'Dirty Diamonds' as being a James Bond movie. That's something that Alice does that nobody else does," he says.

"Dirty Diamonds" is pure Alice Cooper. He's still and forever rock's reigning shock rock icon. "I always treated Alice as a dignified criminal, like Hannibal Lecter," he says. "Lecter would never lower himself to use bad language. Alice was always too much of an elegant gentleman; He wouldn't swear?but he'd slit your throat."
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« Reply #54 on: May 24, 2005, 07:45:02 AM »

ALICE COOPER fan site SickThingsUK has uploaded the official "rough mock-up" of the new ALICE COOPER album cover using old photo of Alice. The actual "Dirty Diamond" cover will include a new Alice Cooper picture.

As previously reported, "Dirty Diamonds" is scheduled for release in the U.S. on August 2 via New West Records.

"Dirty Diamonds", which is said to be a continuation of the more organic approach found on Cooper's last effort, "The Eyes of Alice Cooper", was overseen by Steve Lindsey, who co-produced Cooper's 2004 duet with rapper XZIBIT, "Stand" (off the official Olympics Games album, "Unity") and has worked with Elton John, Luther Vandross and Leonard Cohen.

"Dirty Diamonds" track listing:

01. Woman Of Mass Distraction
02. You Make Me Wanna
03. Perfect
04. Dirty Diamonds
05. Pretty Ballerina
06. Sunset Babies (All Got Rabies)
07. Zombie Dance
08. The Saga Of Jesse Jane
09. Six Hours
10. Steal That Car
11. Run Down The Devil
12. Your Own Worst Enemy
13. The Sharpest Pain (Bonus)
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« Reply #55 on: May 24, 2005, 12:51:46 PM »

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Every track has got to be a great song, which is something I learned from Bob Ezrin." (producer of the Alice Cooper platinum classics "Love It To Death", "School's Out", "Billion-Dollar Babies", and "Welcome To My Nightmare", as well as PINK FLOYD and KISS).

I never knew it was Bob Ezrin who produced those songs - very cool.  VR really should have used him to produce contraband!


Anyone else met him, or going to on this tour?

I'll try to catch him on Sept 16!
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« Reply #56 on: May 24, 2005, 03:54:06 PM »

ALICE COOPER fan site SickThingsUK has uploaded the official "rough mock-up" of the new ALICE COOPER album cover using old photo of Alice. The actual "Dirty Diamond" cover will include a new Alice Cooper picture.

As previously reported, "Dirty Diamonds" is scheduled for release in the U.S. on August 2 via New West Records.

"Dirty Diamonds", which is said to be a continuation of the more organic approach found on Cooper's last effort, "The Eyes of Alice Cooper", was overseen by Steve Lindsey, who co-produced Cooper's 2004 duet with rapper XZIBIT, "Stand" (off the official Olympics Games album, "Unity") and has worked with Elton John, Luther Vandross and Leonard Cohen.

"Dirty Diamonds" track listing:

01. Woman Of Mass Distraction
02. You Make Me Wanna
03. Perfect
04. Dirty Diamonds
05. Pretty Ballerina
06. Sunset Babies (All Got Rabies)
07. Zombie Dance
08. The Saga Of Jesse Jane
09. Six Hours
10. Steal That Car
11. Run Down The Devil
12. Your Own Worst Enemy
13. The Sharpest Pain (Bonus)
Awesome can't wait The Eyes of Alice Cooper was one of his best ever albums and certainly his best in years i hope it continues with the great sound.  Ok everyone what are your top ten Alice Cooper tracks, mine are;
1. Might As Well Be On Mars
2. He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)
3. Hey Stoopid
4. Poison
5. No More Mr. Nice Guy
6. Under My Wheels
7. Be With You Awhile
8. Only Women Bleed
9. I'm Eighteen
10. Hello Hurray
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« Reply #57 on: May 25, 2005, 05:43:51 PM »

IM GOING to see ALICE!!! on the 28th June!! Woot woot!! one month!!! Im so excited! hes such a god!! *woship him*
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« Reply #58 on: May 25, 2005, 08:54:19 PM »

AUSTRALIA

June 21 Newcastle, Civic Theatre
June 23 Sydney, Enmore Theatre
June 24 Sydney, Enmore Theatre
June 26 Penrith, Evan Theatre
June 27 Gold Coast, Twin Towns
June 28 Brisbane, Convention Centre
June 30 Melbourne, Palais

July 1 Launceston, Silverdome
July 2 Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre
July 4 Perth, Burswood Theatre
July 5 Perth, Burswood Theatre

EUROPE - More shows to be announced

July 9 Lisbon, Portugal Freeport Plaza
July 11 Paris, France L'Olympia
July 12 Montreux, Switz Festival
July 14 Linz, Austria Clam Castle
July 15 Freiburg, Germany Tent/ZMF
July 16 Wuppertal, Germany Unisporthalle
July 18 Groningen, Holland Martiniplaza
July 19 Berlin, Germany Columbiahalle
July 21 Torino, Italy Chico Bum Festival
July 23 Emsdetten, Germany Emshalle
July 24 Bremerhaven, Germany Stadthalle
July 27 Valencia, Spain, Jardines de Viveros
July 28 Ciudad Real, Spain
July 29 Barcelona, Spain Razmatazz
July 30 Pamplona, Spain, Anaitasuna

Aug 1 Monte Carlo Sporting Club
Aug 6 Tampere, Finland Icehall
Aug 7 Haapsalu, Estonia Haapsalu Castle
Aug 9 Stockholm, Sweden Arenaen
Aug 10 Gothenburg, Sweden Liseberhallen
Aug 11 Skanderborg, Denmark Smukkeste Festival
Aug 13 Reykjavik, Iceland Kapplakriki

North America and Canada - More shows to be announced

Aug 20 Cincinnati, US Bank Arena
Aug 21 Detroit, State Fair
Aug 22-23 Toronto, The Docks
Aug 25 Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap
Aug 26 Atlanta, GA, Chastain Amphitheatre
Aug 28 Farmingville, NY Brookhaven Amphitheatre
Aug 29 Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug 30 Syracuse, NY, State Fair

Sept 1 Rockford, IL, On The Waterfront
Sept 2, Madison, WI, Alliant Energy Center
Sept 4 Loveland, CO Thunder In The Rockies
Sept 5 Pueblo, CO State Fair
Sept 9 Grand Junction CO, Rock Jam
Sept 10 Albuquerque, NM, State Fair
Sept 14 Alpine, CA Viejas Concerts in the Park
Sept 16 Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
Oct 17 Las Vegas, The Joint
Oct 19 Vancouver, BC Orpheum Theatre
Oct 21 Calgary, AB Jubilee Auditorium
Oct 22 Edmonton, AB Winspear Centre
Oct 23 Red Deer, AB The Centrium
Oct 24 Lethbridge, AB EMAX Arena
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« Reply #59 on: May 25, 2005, 09:25:47 PM »



The full track list appears to be:


1. Woman Of Mass Distraction
2. You Make Me Wanna
3. Perfect
4. Dirty Diamonds
5. Pretty Ballerina
6. Sunset Babies (All Have Rabies)
7. Zombie Dance
8. The Saga Of Jesse Jane
9. Six Hours
10. Steal That Car
11. Run Down The Devil
12. Your Own Worst Enemy

In addition there appear to be two bonus tracks, 'The Sharpest Pain' and 'Stand', although where they will appear is unconfirmed. 'Stand' is the title of the track previously released on the 'Unity' Olympics album earlier this year which featured rapper Xhibit. It's listed on the UK promo that has appeared.

Currently release dates are set as July 4th for Europe and August 2nd for North America although of course this could change.
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