The treason he speaks of is treason against rock and roll because it (rock and roll) should be apolitical. Anybody know the penalty for committing treason against rock and roll. No face paint for a year?
It would appear he is referring to himself as a treasonous moron as well, since he is spouting his political beliefs as well. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
I also think it's extremely funny that he's getting so much support around here when he is one of the guys who mainstreamed Satanism in rock music. I wonder how those over there in the Religion forum feel about him.
I wonder how those over there in the Religion forum feel about him.
No you don't and neither do I. :)
There was a thread not too long ago about Alice turning his life around - going to church etc. He doesn't do all of his old songs anymore on tour due to the lyrics. He has a radio show at night from 7-12. I get a kick out of listening to him and wish him well.
Obviously you know nothing about Alice Cooper. Never had any satanistic overtones. Refreshing that he is still relevant in 2004, relentlessly skewering the entertainment world's vacuous phonies.
Alice Cooper for President
"A troubled man for troubled times"
Not Alice. Even some of his earlier songs were spiritual. He does act out the part of a sadistic maniac, but if you read the lyrics they have or imply that there are grave consequences to such behavior. He was criticized for blood and guts in his shows, not Satanism. BTW, he is a devout Christian, some of his earlier songs indicate that he had at least a glimmer of belief then.
Actually, Cooper is a born again Christian.
The difference is, he's not going on a whirlwind cross-country tour to influence the vote.