Marilyn Manson’s Real Name
December 14, 2011 by staff
Marilyn Manson’s Real Name, “I always used to think I’d go up onstage and say, ‘Boy, I hope you like us tonight. We’re going to try to do a great show for you,’” shock rocker Alice Cooper says in a faux-sweet tone. “But you have to just grab the audience by the throat and say, ‘You’re mine for two hours. So shut up and stand up.’”
With that kind of hard-hitting alpha-male philosophy, it’s no wonder Cooper is a legend: If you dare doubt him, his onstage guillotine awaits. But luckily, he has the talent to back up his bravado, as he has proven with more than four decades of aggressive hard-rock hits such as “School’s Out,” “Eighteen,” and “Poison.”
Cooper’s lifelong dedication to depravity was recognized this past March, when he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. There he reunited with members of the Alice Cooper Band’s original lineup, including guitarist Michael Bruce, bassist Dennis Dunaway, and drummer Neal Smith.
Feeding off the excitement of a banner year, Cooper released his 26th studio album, Welcome 2 My Nightmare, in September. The disc, whose name alludes to Cooper’s classic 1975 solo debut, Welcome to My Nightmare, embodies everything that makes him great, including songs written by Bruce, Dunaway, and Smith and production by his ’70s collaborator Bob Ezrin, also of Kiss and Pink Floyd fame.
The songs range from the classic rock ‘n’ roll boogie of “I’ll Bite Your Face Off” to the tongue-in-cheek disco sendup “Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever” to groovy rockabilly on “Ghouls Gone Wild” — all with Cooper’s trademark B-movie horror lyrics and inimitable hard-rock snarl.
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