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Alice Cooper's AMAZING Publicity Pic from the 70's (NSFW)

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Alice Cooper will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in a few months. If you're like me, it's easy to see Al as he is now, an old dude who plays a lot of golf and does a little radio show and reps for JC and owns a restaurant where people insist on meeting you before Diamondbacks games.

Sure, Alice still wears that eye makeup, but it seems more like something a dad would do to try to seem cool to his totally emo daughter than a legitimately subversive act or sincere aesthetic decision.

It's easy to forget the local boy done good was once an actual shock rocker. The sort of guy who fronts an eponymous band that not only poses for a publicity shot with a naked woman sprawled across their collective lap but has that woman suck on a half-peeled banana to emphasis the point.

Why the hell am I still writing? I don't even know -- you'll forget everything you just read after seeing this random shot I stumbled across today. Click through to see  promo shot that's totally NSFW and totally mind-blowing. Enjoy.


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