Alice Cooper's New Nightmare

(Gibson) Alice Cooper is 63, loves to play golf and is looking forward to grandchildren. But he is not done with rock 'n' roll horror just yet. He is working on a sequel to his best-selling 1975 solo album Welcome to My Nightmare… with three guitar players.

"What would Alice's nightmare be 35 years later?" Cooper asked the Vancouver Sun. "Well, there's technology. Alice is a technotard. Disco is still a big enemy of his, so disco would be in there. But I allowed this album to have a great sense of humor, even though there's some very, very dark moments."

Cooper – born Vincent Damon Furnier – is working again with producer Bob Ezrin. The original Nightmare album was co-written with Ezrin. Recorded with most of the original band members, the forthcoming record has a vintage '70s sound, and is "as good if not better than the original," according to the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. more on this story

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