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    Alice Cooper - Neal Smith "Killer Smith" Label-Gifted T-Shirt (1971). Each member of the Rock & Roll Hall of fame inducted Alice Cooper was gifted a t-shirt from their label, Warner Bros. Records, for the release of the band's fourth album, Killer. Maroon with white sleeves, these shirts are reminiscent of baseball shirts of the era, with 'Alice Cooper" in white block lettering on the front, and "Killer (insert band member's surname here)" in the same font on the rear. This one is Neal's with "Killer Smith" on the back of the shirt. Needless to say, with the singles "Be My Lover" and "Under My Wheels", Killer was a smash! In worn condition. From the Neal Smith Alice Cooper Collection.

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    February, 2016
    20th Saturday
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