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Alice Cooper Made A Cameo On 'Vinyl' Last Night, Terence Winter Says David Bowie Will Be Portrayed On The Show

If you’ve seen HBO’s “Vinyl,” executive-produced by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter (the show-runner of “Boardwalk Empire,” writer of “The Wolf Of Wall Street” and key “Sopranos” writer), you know that it can be… a mixed bag. While some reviews have been positive, others have not been so kind, especially by those that know a thing or two about the ‘70s music scene depicted on the show (watching Kurt Loder rip apart the show on Twitter in the last few weeks has been amusing). As our review of the premiere episode suggested, while encyclopedic, “Vinyl” has an unfortunate tendency to play like spot-the-cameo fan service for music geeks (not to mention that its sex, drugs and rock n’ roll cliches are myriad). Episode one was littered with “didja notice who that was, huh didja?” appearances —actors portrayed The New York Dolls, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant,

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