I read today that Luc Besson has been accused of rape and that French authorities have opened an investigation on him (SOURCE: The Verge). As a fan of his movies, it’s sad to see someone whose work I admired could be capable of doing such a heinous act. I should preface this by saying that I will not be passing judgment on Besson, or be attacking the accuser. Rape is serious, and we should wait until the investigation is done.
Today, I went to see the Terracotta soldiers at Liverpool World Museum. It was an amazing experience, which I would highly recommend. Met some pretty cool people there as well. If your name is Chloe, then hi! I am going to share a few photos from my day there, and a wee bit of history.
This is something I have never done before. I am breaking up a Track by Track into 3 parts. Its fitting really, as one can break Alice Cooper’s career into 3 parts. Last time, the albums of the band were covered, and in this instalment, I will be covering the first half of Cooper’s solo career, from 1975 to 1983.
Who is Alice Cooper? That’s not a rhetorical question, who is he? Deviant, Born Again Christian, King of Shock Rock, Glam Rock, Glam Metal, the poster boy of 70’s androgyny, the forefather of Punk rock, and he’s been making music for over 50 years at this point. With such a long career, he has had some staggering highs and some staggering lows. With this track by track retrospective, I will give you an overview of the life and crimes of Alice Cooper.
I seem to do these posts about 2 years apart. Oh well. It’s April 2018, my birthday has been and gone, and my tech has been updated yet again. What new toys do I have in store? What do I recommend? Well, find out now!