Alice Cooper boxset to feature 1st 15 albums

A boxset featuring Alice Cooper’s releases via Warner Brothers is to be issued next month.

The 15-CD set, The Studio Albums 1969-1983, comes out on July 31 and includes material from the original Alice Cooper Band as well as the act later renamed Alice Cooper.

It’s presented in a clamshell box and includes 15 albums, complete with the original artwork.

Cooper is supporting Motley Crue on their Final Tour. He recently explained how his joke offer to “kill” the members of Crue at their last ever gig in LA this coming New Year’s Eve was given the thumbs up by Tommy Lee.

Cooper said: “Of course I was kidding, but Tommy said that wasn’t a bad idea. With a machine gun and blood packs.”


(1969) Pretties For You

(1970) Easy Action

(1971) Love It To Death

(1971) Killer

(1972) School’s Out

(1973) Billion Dollar Babies

(1973) Muscle Of Love

(1975) Welcome To My Nightmare

(1976) Alice Cooper Goes To Hell

(1977) Lace And Whiskey

(1978) From The Inside

(1980) Flush The Fashion

(1981) Special Forces

(1982) Zipper Catches Skin

(1983) DaDa


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