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TV and Goldmine

Alice Cooper filmed a "very brief" cameo appearance on the TV detective show, "Monk".  No air date has been announced as of yet. You can find out more about "Monk" here.

Alice will also be on the cover of the next issue of Goldmine, #672, on sale April 28 which will include a new interview. Here's what they say in the previous issue's advert:
"Alice Cooper is, of course, the original shock rocker.  What people don't give him enough credit for is his David Bowie-like ability to bravely and provocatively re-create himself.  Even in the early days of wearing makeup, snake handling and the billion dollar babies, Cooper always had a deep understanding of entertainment that left his less cerebral competitors shaking their heads at his brilliant rock 'n' roll moves. This intelligence and good humor are evident in Goldmine's wide-ranging chat with Alice, aka Vincent Furnier. As a bonus, Cameron Strang, the boss of Cooper's label, New West Records, explains why Alice has found a home with a label best known for roots-rock."

Alice Cooper drummer Eric Singer can be heard playing drums on the song 'Sweet Victory' which was featured in the 'Sponge Bob Squarepants' episode 'Band Geeks'. The song, written by Bob Kulick and David Glen Eisley, also appears on the SpongeBob CD, 'The Yellow Album'. During the episode the character Patrick is seen playing the drums to Eric's track.

Also: Ex-Alice Cooper Songwriter/Producer/Bass player Erik Scott has just launched his new official site which is well worth checking out at

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Posted on 17 Apr 2006 by SickthingsUK
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