A new Alice Cooper biography, titled “Alice Copper @75” is set to arrive on January 31, 2003 via Motorbooks, just ahead of the rock legend’s 75th birthday, which falls on February 4.
The 208-page biography sees journalist Gary Graff narrating the icon’s career through the lens of 75 key events, releases and collaborations.
The books brings out Cooper’s childhood in Detroit and Arizona and early garage bands the Earwings and the Spiders, the legend’s 28 studio albums, including those as frontman of Alice Cooper the band.
The pages are illustrated with concert and candid offstage photography, as well as gig posters, album covers, and so on. A sturdy slipcase, a gatefold timeline, two pullout posters, and a previously unpublished 8×10-inch also come along with the bookset.
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