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Alice Cooper Band Is Back

Once upon a time Alice Cooper was the name of a band.The lead singer, Vincent Furnier, used the name Alice Cooper, but didn’t legally change it until 1975, to coincide with the release of his first solo album “Welcome To My Nightmare”. 53 more words


Alice Cooper Knows His Niche

One night I caught the last few songs of an Alice Cooper concert on Palladia.

I believe is was from Halloween 2013 and recorded in London, England. 654 more words


3AM Eternal: Ministry, "Halloween (Remix)" (1985)

Though they have distanced themselves from their synth-pop past, Ministry‘s early, non-With Sympathy records were interesting, intriguing blends of synth and groove. One song, “Everyday Is Halloween,” is a classic of the… 75 more words

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3AM Eternal: The Flaming Lips, "Frogs" (1992)

Gotta love the Flaming Lips–true, in recent years they’ve really been into pushing the boundaries of their music–and the patience of their fans, according to some–but those early years, man, those records were  40 more words

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3AM Eternal: Screamin' Jay Hawkins, "Frenzy!" (1957)

Bluesman Screamin’ Jay Hawkins was, to put it mildly, a character. Best known for his insane appearance and his outrages voodoo/psychobilly performances, he is an acquired taste, but one that always seems to get pulled out around Hallowe’en time. 25 more words

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3AM Eternal: Bavarian Radio Orchestra, Requiem For Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Two Mixed Choirs & Orchestra (1968)

This haunting composition, written by György Ligeti, and performed by the Bavarian Radio Orchestra, will forever be associated with Stanley Kubrick‘s masterpiece, 2001: A Space Odyssey… 79 more words

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3AM Eternal: The Church, "Destination" (1987)

Confession time: I’m not a big fan of The Church. It’s not that I don’t dislike them, I just never could get into their hazy psych-rock sound. 361 more words

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