Mumford & Sons Are Offensive To Rock & Roll, According To Alice Cooper

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Fuse has apparently gotten Alice Cooper (of bitter old man on golf course fame) all worked up about what should be considered rock and roll these days. If you're The Foo Fighters or Green Day, you're cool in Alice's book, but don't let him catch you slapping the "Rock & Roll" label on Mumford & Sons or The Lumineers.

Watch him babble on for a two and a half minutes about what rock and roll is supposed to be and what it isn't:

Don't let the video title fool you though. He thinks the Lumineers and Mumford are great at what they do. It's just not Alice's rock and roll.

You know, like this:

Don't question his authority on rock and roll. He is, after all, a "rock and roll vagabond."

Image credit: Gage Skidmore (Flickr)

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