Alice Cooper – I’m Eighteen (1972)
Vincent Damon Furnier, better known under his nickname Alice Cooper, was the first “shock rocker” in music history. With the song “I’m Eighteen”, the breakthrough hit for Alice Cooper, and the following album “Love It Till Death” the long and successful collaboration with producer Bob Ezrin started in 1971. Famous for his controversial horror-influenced stage shows and branded by increasing alcohol abuse in the mid 70s, Cooper turned during the 80s to a film actor, restaurant owner, golfing celebrity and even a popular radio DJ. Since October 2009 he’s also the new testimonial of the German chain of electronic stores called Saturn.