MozzarellaSmurf

Alice Cooper (2) MozzarellaSmurf

February 5, 2018
Happy 70th birthday to my favourite musical companion. Martin, Copenhagen, Denmark.
luvs2rock44

Alice Cooper (2) luvs2rock44

January 5, 2018
Hands down my favorite rocker of all-time and still great to this very day (2018). I actually am an even bigger fan of Alice's solo career than his work with the original band. My three favorite Alice albums are probably From the Inside (1978), The Last Temptation (1994) and Brutal Planet (2000). I know some people can't seem to get past the original band and they were good but with the exception of Alice himself, the original band were somewhat limited (no disrespect intended). Most of their work consisted of rather simple riffs (an exception being Halo of Flies) but good, solid rock songs. I find Alice as a solo artist far more interesting. I love those early 80's albums, his metal phase, the hair metal phase, and what he is doing presently. An underrated singer, the man is a true icon.
boxer012131

Alice Cooper (2) boxer012131

December 6, 2018
Alice was brilliant on the Muppet Show his carreer blasted off from there,in Britain he made it to number one with school out,a underated singer/artist indeed.
nagyphilip

Alice Cooper (2) nagyphilip

November 20, 2016
Love his first couple solo albums. He never quite recovered after that. Still, there are good songs on most of the rest of the albums. But they are very uneven.
luvs2rock44

Alice Cooper (2) luvs2rock44

January 5, 2018
I think The Last Temptation from 1994 and 2000's Brutal Planet are two of the best albums he has ever done.
jctcom

Alice Cooper (2) jctcom

February 20, 2014
Why do we have an "Alice Cooper" and an "Alice Cooper (2)" when they are the same artist?
MozzarellaSmurf

Alice Cooper (2) MozzarellaSmurf

February 5, 2018
Because they are NOT the same artist. Alice Cooper (1) is the band Vincent Furnier fronted until 1974, and Alice Cooper (2) is Vincent Furnier as a solo artist with varying backing musicians.
Killian600

Alice Cooper (2) Killian600

December 28, 2016
That's wrong, he legally changed his name INTO Alice Cooper, and his name isn't Vincent D Furnier anymore
guellrich

Alice Cooper (2) guellrich

December 10, 2016
jctcom
Why do we have an "Alice Cooper" and an "Alice Cooper (2)" when they are the same artist?

One ist for the band Alice Cooper and two for the solo artist.
anti-alti

Alice Cooper (2) anti-alti

October 2, 2015
1969 - 1974 : "Alice Cooper" is the singer's name but also the name of the band.
I think Discogs consider Alice Cooper(1) is for the band and Alice Cooper(2) is for the solo artist
robert.huffman.311

Alice Cooper (2) robert.huffman.311

July 5, 2015
Prior to 1975 Alice Cooper was considered a band name. After the break-up Alice Cooper became a solo act. So that's what the two (2) names mean. Hope that clears it up some.
AussieDave71

Alice Cooper (2) AussieDave71

February 27, 2015
because one is the alice cooper band and then the other one is when he went solo for welcome to my nightmare
jctcom

Alice Cooper (2) jctcom

February 22, 2014
Sorry my mistake. I hadn't realized that he had legally changed his name at some point. lol

Doohh!
Carl.
jctcom

Alice Cooper (2) jctcom

February 22, 2014
The second doesn't make sense. There is no such person as "Alice Cooper". Vincent Furnier is "Vincent Furnier". Not "Alice Cooper". All of the albums put out under "Alice Cooper (2)" should be under "Alice Cooper".

Carl
elendaeril

Alice Cooper (2) elendaeril

February 22, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
The first is the name of the band Alice Cooper was a member of, and the second is the man, Vincent Furnier, himself.
CykoMF

Alice Cooper (2) CykoMF

April 5, 2013
Happy 65th Birthday Vincent! see you on the lynx