Alice Cooper says kids of today are ‘afraid’ to rock

Washington: Alice Cooper has expressed his disappointment with today’s young generation over their reluctance to fully embrace rock music and live its lifestyle.

The ``Elected`` singer pioneered the shock rock genre with his theatrical shows, which famously featured him having his head ``guillotined`` off, but he feels the kids of today are lacking when it comes to truly embracing the alternative lifestyle.

"I think they`re afraid to rock, I think they`re afraid to get up there and just rock. My generation couldn`t wait to get up and do it!” Contactmusic quoted Cooper as saying.

"I`m looking at bands and they`re all wearing Gap shirts and Dockers. Now there`s nothing wrong with Gap shirts, as long as they`re doused in blood!” he added.


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