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Reading through the other reviews there are good points, yes the crowd weren't very impressive, but hey! since when do you buy a DVD to watch the crowd!! Apart from the audience the DVD was amazing, good quality sound an vision and alice was his good old self with some excellent mix of new and old material!
Love the sword and cape thing!
Speaking as someone who was there, I was up the back though, I went to watch and listen. Watching is half the fun of alice cooper and you can get all that from the DVD, which I think the crowd stood in awe at a man who is truely a god in the heavy metal world, alice! alice! alice! alice! alice!!
Most of the new album is there, but so are many of the classics - School's Out, Poion, Ballad of Dwight Fry, Under My Wheels, Elected - plus a cover of My Generation.
The extras include the "Gimme" single video, which is both well-edited and funny at the end. This was previously only available on the CD single. The Song Selection is handy for letting you jump to your favourite track.
The only let down with this DVD is Alice's voice isn't always up to the same high standard. It could be the fact that this was recorded after maybe three or four consecutive shows around Britain, but whatever the reason, the memory of that Glasgow concert will always remain better than the video reminder.
I'm only 12 and since i started to get interested in Alice and told my friends about him he has been revived in my school.
Alice has taken on a new more gothic look, singing songs like brutal planet. Which appeals to people more of my age groupe.
A must for an Alice fan!
Deacon Ray Fox