What better way to continue our Halloween celebration than with Alice Cooper. Cooper (born Vincent Furnier) emerged on the scene in the 1970's with the band of the same name (in fact, Cooper took the band's name on as his own). As a cool aside, the name Alice Cooper supposedly came to the group during a session with a Ouija board.
After the act broke up in 1974, Cooper continued as a solo artist, although his success waned during the late 1970's and early 1980's due to weaker material and alcohol abuse. By the mid-1980's, Cooper had cleaned up his act, and revitalized his career by providing a song for the Friday the 13th, Part VI movie soundtrack. "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" also appeared on Cooper's 1986 Constrictor LP. The single went to #56 on the charts, while the album reached #59.
This success helped to re-establish Cooper as a flamboyant rock star, and he has continued to record and perform to the present day. He also expanded into movies and radio -- his syndicated radio program, Nights With Alice Cooper has been on the air since 2004 and is well worth a listen (or three).
The video below highlights Alice Coopers showmanship. This, combined with clips from the movie, make it a superb holiday treat.