When I think of Alice Cooper, I am reminded of his theatrical, high production concerts. That makes me think of Meat Loaf, who put on an amazing show. I've seen both, but I've seen Meat Loaf a number of times, pretty much every tour I could catch him on. I'd usually spring for VIP tickets, as I do with many acts.
Well, sorry to spoil the party, but yours truly is a reggae/jazz/blues nut. Rock'n'roll has NEVER really done it for me, though I will confess to being a Floyd fan back in the day. Starting off with "Dark Side of the Moon", of course (what else?)
Here's a selection of stuff I like...
.....and summat for the rockers!
(Oh, an' I gotta confess to having a soft spot for Dury & the Blockheads...)
... and then there are listeners who can't be pigeonholed so easily, like me.
I enjoy music very much. I listen to rock, jazz, classical, country, folk, and all those subcategories and crossovers and stuff-that-can't-be-categorized. I grew up in a house that was always filled with music and my life is not much different. I prefer to work with background music where available.
(I admit, I struggle to appreciate what I might call "rhythmic poetry" (my term) without that melodic component, such as rap and hip-hop. I try to appreciate it more. Some songs are a blend of melodic and non-melodic sections and I seem to like them better.)