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Alice Cooper, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, Was 'Elated' When He Got the News

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 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Playlist: Alice Cooper

Hear these ten key tracks from Cooper below:

1. "I'm Eighteen"

2. "School's Out"

3. "No More Mr. Nice Guy"

4. "Billion Dollar Babies"

5. "Only Women Bleed"

6. "Welcome To My Nightmare"

7. "Clones (We’re All)"

8. "Poison"

9. "I Never Cry"

10. "Feed My Frankenstein"

 

 1. "I'm Eighteen"

2. "School's Out"

3. "No More Mr. Nice Guy"

4. "Billion Dollar Babies"  

5. "Only Women Bleed"

6. "Welcome To My Nightmare"

7. "Clones (We're All)"

8. "Poison"

9. "I Never Cry"

10. "Feed My Frankenstein"

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Complete Coverage

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