Alice Cooper Talks Writing And Artist Collaborations In 1991 Interview

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[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Alice Cooper[/lastfm] has a decades-long career that’s full of highs, lows, and plenty of iconic songs. He’s set to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during a ceremony on Monday, March 14.

In this vintage interview from 1991, listen as he talks about songwriting and working with other artists.

Cooper visits New York station WNEW to talk with Dan Neer and The Professor, Scott Muni, about his then-new record Trash, the various artists he’s worked with, and his approach to writing.

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