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Tuesday 5th September 2017

U2's Larry Mullin guests on latest Alice Cooper album

Photo by earMUSIC, Jenny-Risher
Photo by earMUSIC, Jenny-Risher

THE LATEST album by shock rock pioneer Alice Cooper has been enthusiastically received. Read a review of 'Paranormal' in Mojo magazine, "As Vincent Damon Furnier nears 70, his 27th studio album is tremendous fun throughout - and never more so than on 'Dead Flies', two minutes and 22 seconds of hooky, schlock-horror doom, proclaiming 'and your phone knows more about you than your daddy or your mother'. Fabulous, too, to hear U2's Larry Mullen (a sympathising but suitably hell-raising guest on nine tracks) ease into the unreconstructed rawk groove of 'Private Public Breakdown'." CR

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