Below are the complete SickthingsUK news archives going back to 2004 when I first added news to the front page.
NOTE: The further back you go, the less likely it is that links and images will work, because the original sites no longer have the articles.


US Show 27 Feb 2007

According to the Waterdown Daily Times Alice Cooper will be playing at the 2007 Dodge County Fair at Beaver Dam, WI on Friday August 17th. Daily tickets for the fair are $6 before 2 p.m on the day of the show. No official confirmation of this yet.

According to PR-Inside 'School's Out' has been voted third most popular teenage anthem of all time in a recent poll. Top was The Who's 'My Generation' and second was Cyndi Lauper's 'Girls Just Want To Have Fun' (?!?!).

The New York Post has a small mention that Alice turned up at the Los Angeles Confidential magazine pre-Oscar party for Forest Whitaker at the Mondrian Hotel in LA.

Nights Interviews and Rolling 25 Feb 2007

This Wednesday on 'Nights With Alice Cooper' Alice will be interviewing ex-band members Reb Beach and Kip Winger, who work together in the reformed Winger.

'Rolling', the new movie featuring Calico Cooper, won the 'audience award for best feature' award at the San Francisco Independent
Film Festival. It also won 'The trailer award'. The movie has a myspace page here.

DDP Show 21 Feb 2007

On Friday, February 23rd  the Dennis Dunaway Project will be performing at Daniel Street in Milford, CT. with special guests the Doug Wahlberg Band.

'Nights With Alice Cooper' arrives in Australia on Vega 95.3fm from 10pm next Monday 26th February.
(Thanks Dwight)

Romania Show and Competition 20 Feb 2007

According to Nine0clock.ro Alice Cooper will be performing  at the B'estival which takes place on June 29th and July 1st at the Romexpo centre in Bucharest, Romania. Tickets are already on sale at www.myticket.ro but there's no official confirmation as yet.

It's competition time. After a delay caused by work etc STUK can finally announce the "Where the hell is Si?" competition. There's even "cash" prizes! Check it out here.

Here's something I thought I'd mentioned earlier but I can't find it now. Alice is featured in a documentary included on the 'Groovie Groovie Ghoulies' DVD set. This is a DVD set featuring all the episodes from the cult 70s cartoon series plus the documentary and is available now from AmazonUS.

BP/DT Reissue 18 Feb 2007

Brutal Planet / DragontownAccording to Amazon, Recall records are reissuing a double CD comprising of 'Brutal Planet' and 'Dragontown' on March 19th in a new sleeve design. Unfortunatly they don't seem to have added any bonus tracks. It's available for pre-order now from AmazonUS and AmazonUK.

The Chronicle-Herald in Halifax has a short article about Bob Ezrin which includes some Alice references.

Alice Cooper drummer Eric Singer has been voted #8 in Hit Paraders 'All time top ten drummers of the 80s' poll. More here at Eric-Singer.com.

Small Stuff 16 Feb 2007

'All You Need Is Love: The Story Of Popular Music' is coming soon to DVD. This 70s TV show features a ton of classic material but of interest to us is show 16 entitled ' Whatever gets you through the night (Glitter Rock)' which features some classic Alice Cooper live footage and commentary. More info at allyouneedislovedvd.com.
(Thanks Des)

I mentioned a few weeks back that 'Billion Dollar Babies' was featured as a bonus track on the "Guitar Hero II" game on the Xbox360. Well some kind soul has posted that part of the game to YouTube for us to see without buying the game (and console).
(Thanks Des)

Keri Kelli has produced and engineered the new album by 'Shameless' called 'Famous 4 Madness'. Apart from eri the disc also features Jani Lane (x-Warrant), Phil Lewis (LA Guns), John Corabi (Union/ESP/Ex-Motley Crue), Steve Summers (Pretty Boy Floyd), Tuff and more.
(Thanks Debby)

AZCentral has an article about the Phoenix Cooperstown bar.

Sirius Satellite Radio will be celebrating the music of "The Howard Stern Show" by opening up the archives and highlighting the most memorable musical performances from the past 25 years. Starting Friday, February 16 at 3:00 p.m. ET and running all weekend. Alice will be included at some point.
(Thanks Devon)

More Nights Chat 09 Feb 2007

Alice played the second part of his 'chat' with Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith and Michael Bruce on 'Nights With Alice Cooper' on Wednesday and you can hear it here.

Billion Dollar Babies guitarist Mick Mashbir now has a MySpace page where you can take a listen to a few of his own songs.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a short interview with Eric Singer during which he mentions he's begun work on the new Alice Cooper album.

Happy Birthday Alice 04 Feb 2007

It's February 4th so it's Alice's birthday today. 'Happy Birthday Alice' from everyone here at STUK. Hope you have a good one.

The second part of Alice's interview with Neal Smith, Dennis Dunaway and Michael Bruce will air on Wednesday 7th February on 'Nights With Alice Cooper'.

ESP DVD Released 02 Feb 2007

ESP - Live At The MarqueeAccording to Eric-Singer.com the long awaited ESP DVD 'Live At The Marquee' is finally available. Featuring Eric along with Chuck Garric, Bruce Kulick and John Corabi the track listing is as follows: Do Your Own Thing / Watchin’ You / Unholy / Love (I Don’t Need It Anymore) / Four Day Creep / Jungle / Nothin’ To Lose / War Machine / Jump The Shark / Born To Raise Hell / Free Ride / Power To The Music / Black Diamond / We’re An American Band / I Love It Loud / Domino / Smokin’ In The Boys Room.
A live album from the same tour was released late last year.

 

 

DDP in NYC 01 Feb 2007

The Dennis Dunaway Project will be appearing in New York City at 'The Cutting Room' on February 3rd at 7.30pm.

From the people who brought you 'Scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest' (which featured Calico Cooper) comes a new anthology in terror 'Nightmare Alley', slated to play a cowboy who later turns into a zombie is Tyler Bruce, son of Michael Bruce. 'Nightmare Alley' is slated to be released in the Fall of 2007.

Alice is listed to appear on 'Top Of The Pops 2' this saturday on BBC2. This is likely a repeat.
(Thanks Leighton).

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