He sells records. He sells homes.
October 11, 2002 8:14 PM   Subscribe

He sells records. He sells homes. Is there anything Neal Smith can't do? Considering how industrious Alice Cooper has been, should we have expected any less from his drummer? Still, would you buy a house from this guy?
posted by herc (8 comments total)
I don't see any reason why not to...
posted by Dark Messiah at 8:18 PM on October 11, 2002

I'd buy a house from him if Alice Cooper came along.
posted by oh posey at 8:24 PM on October 11, 2002

After spending a few minutes clicking around, I have a few comments.

1. My life changed the day my sister came home with "Love it to Death" The original AC band was special. Thanks guys.

2. I recently found my vinyl copy of "School's Out" at my parent's house - the very first album I ever bought. Likely 25 years since it's seen a turntable.

3. Mike Bruce's site rivals Sebastian Bach's for sheer tackiness.

4. There's something very sad about guys in their 50's putting out "rock" records with lame titles and cover art.
posted by davebush at 9:11 PM on October 11, 2002

Absolutely hilarious. Rock N Realtor! Thanks for the post!
posted by wolfgangnorton at 9:17 PM on October 11, 2002

I saw Alice Cooper in Ventura a few weeks back and he still can scream out his old songs. He looks uglier now that he's 54.
posted by MaddCutty at 11:37 PM on October 11, 2002

I wonder if Marge works for him. Maybe she could help him sell the old house ... you know, the one with the Red Room
posted by ElvisJesus at 4:13 AM on October 12, 2002

Ya know, I just saw Alice Cooper in Milwaukee a week ago, and we decided that he looked exactly the same as he ever did. He always looked pretty funky, and now that he's older that funkiness makes him look about the same.

Great show if you get the chance to go.
posted by ugf at 7:40 AM on October 12, 2002

Well, he'd definitely have more personality than my current realtor...
posted by shecky57 at 9:03 PM on October 12, 2002

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