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According to Alice Cooper’s official website, Lace and Whiskey was influenced by his love for 1940’s and 1950’s movies and music. It’s quite a departure from the dark and creepy ‘Welcome to My Nightmare’ persona often attached to guillotine-loving, snake-handling, makeup-wearing Cooper. Released in 1977, most music reviewers have not been very kind to this album, ranking it among the worst of the Alice Cooper collection. But we disagree with their disdain… Read More

Boston’s spaceship guitars flew boldly onto the Rock & Roll music scene with their debut album selling almost a half million copies in just a few weeks after its release in August of 1976. In the forty-plus years since then, the album has sold over 17 million copies, a remarkable testimony to the staying power of the classic rock sound that defined the Seventies. It had to be a musical masterpiece, given… Read More