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Brutally Live [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0000524E2
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Naturally I was aware of who Mr Cooper was in the past but I've never had the occasion to deepen before...then lately I've seen him with "No more Mr Nice guy" in a cameo of the Burton's film "Dark Shadows" so I've decided to buy something from his catalogue.

As others told is quite an experience to follow him on stage, as all his concerts are, the man loves to put on a "rock horror show", but takes himself less seriously than M.Manson does for inst. (See his last t-shirt "Britney wants me...DEAD"! ;-D): now I know why he's often called for Halloween gigs, he's a great professional but lots of fun at the same time!
I've enjoyed also his truly inspired band & how well recorded this live is (compared to other concerts on dvd/cd), plus it's like a best of because he plays all the favourite fans' songs (up to that moment), therefore if you're new like me to his material it's just fine...long live Alice then!
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Brutal Surprise 14 Oct. 2002
By Steven Jobe - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is the first time I'd ever seen a Alice Cooper concert. Had no idea that it was a full blown stage show, not just a music concert. I have thoroughly enjoyed this DVD at least five times and will watch it again when time prevails.
I would like to point out that the production of this video is excellent. The video portion gives you two angles, but that is not what sells me on this DVD, it's the quality, just great! The audio portion is well done also. It gives you the feeling of being in the front row. Put this DVD to a big screen tv and a good sound system, and you are there!
I just attended an Alice Cooper concert in Cincinnati last night. It was pretty much the same as what is on the Brutally Live DVD with a few exceptions. A few of his newer songs off of the Dragontown disc had been added in place of some others.
I must say that I think that the Brutally Live DVD is better than the live show I saw. Don't get me wrong, the man and his band put on a hell of a performance, but the sound in the theater was not as good as what I get from the DVD.
In summary, if you get a chance to see Alice live, do it by all means. Then buy this DVD to enjoy when you can't see him live. In either case it's entertainment money well spent.
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Oh yeah....this is how concert video should be done!!! 8 Dec. 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
Coop takes the tightest band he has had in YEARS and lays out 24 smokin' tracks from past to present.
Great production values with an alternate angle for some songs and a bonus video for "Gimme".
Recorded July 2000 in London (105 min)
The set list...
Brutal Planet, Gimme, Go to Hell, Blow Me a Kiss, I'm Eighteen, Pick Up the Bones, Feed My Frankenstein, Wicked Young Man, Dead Babies, Ballad of Dwight Fry, I Love the Dead, The Black Widow, No More Mr. Nice Guy, It's Hot Tonight, Caught Up In a Dream, It's the Little Things, Poison, Take It Like a Woman, Only Women Bleed, You Drive Me Nervous, Under My Wheels, School's Out, Billion Dollar Babies, My Generation, Elected
So what ya waitin' for?
If you care anything about Alice Cooper, you need this DVD.
Thanks Coop, you continue to rule!!!
19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
A Must See 1 Nov. 2000
By A. F. Jackson - Published on
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I saw the PPV broadcast of this DVD and the sound kicks some serious tail. Of course, the visuals are great and highlights include Alice's daughter Calico, Ryan "Glamnation" Roxie, Pete Frezein, and Gregg Smith. Alice throws in a couple of oldies which haven't seen the light of day since 1974 such as Caught In a Dream and Nervous (my favorite of the show).
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Class Act 1 July 2005
By WillieB - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Alice Cooper, a truly original innovator, was one of the first rock acts to put on a theatrical show complete with props and makeup. While this show may not be as elaborate as those from the 70's, the band or Alice don't seem to be wasted, so the performances are much better.

There are quite a variety of new and old songs on this disc and the band is in rare form! The musicians are incredibly talented, have great stage presence, and are having a blast nailing every song... as good or better than the studio recordings. Besides the music we are treated to a visual feast of colorful characters, grotesque half monster/baby creature, swords, whips, straight jacket, and of course the guillotine execution. Alice's voice cracks a little in places but he is still a great showman who always interacts with the audience. For instance, when he points out those wearing Manson, Ozzy and Kiss t-shirts in the audience and refers to them as "all of my disobedient children". Or when a lucky young boys face beams when Alice gives him his cane.

The audio options are DD 5.0, DTS 5.0 and stereo. All mixes are excellent and the absence of the subwoofer is not an issue. Not much for bonus material - a video of "Gimme" and some songs give you the option of multiple angles. When I purchased this it did not come with the DVD/CD package. It would be worth the extra cash to get that version.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
My Stars! 11 Sept. 2005
By Harry Tenench - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Man is this good stuff! I have been an AC fan since the tender age of 9 , not sure why I was drawn in so early but it had to be the sheer artistic vision that filled all of the early LP's as well as the visual onslaught that accompanied. I recall when I was in fourth grade having a kind of "show and tell" session at school. We were asked to bring our favorite record in and play our favorite song for the class. I happened to have a copy of "Killer" and my plan was to play the masterpiece "Halo of Flies" for my fellow unsuspecting Carpenters, John Denver and Archies fans. Needless to say I did not get that far when I brandished my favorite slab of wax. Most of the kids brought in 45's but I was already into albums as well as sleeve art etc. Back in 1971 when Killer came out it had an extended sleeve that featured Alice on a noose -how delightful! My teacher took it from me immediately and kept it until after school was over.

That was fine , I turned most of the classmates onto the record anyway. Curiosity always takes over a young mind and half the class wanted to know what it was all about. I still remember it even though it was 33 years ago. I also have been listening to AC ever since.

Now about this concert dvd. This was filmed in 2000 at the Hammersmith in London and it is a treat to watch a master performer do his thing at 52 years of age , you would never know it. This show is very entertaining and all of AC's musical styles are represented well by a superb band that captures the creativity that singed many brain cells from 1970 to 1974. Alice is in command here and he looks and sounds better than ever . Imagine what it would be like if Bowie succesfully pulled off his Ziggy character in current times , that would be really cool. In my opinion that is what AC accomplishes in this concert , the past energy and the look is in full throttle and filmed with the optimum technology and sound options .

Visually the show is what you would expect, lots of props and a great looking set with creepy and campy stuff going on with nurses , mental ward orderlys , executioners , and a whip lady (who is actually Alice's daughter Calico). One of the things that I have always like about the Coop is that he mixes many things together and takes chances artistically, plus he does not leave his sense of humor backstage. He is the Salvador Dali of rock history in a sense .

If you are a fan , buying this dvd is a no brainer , you won't be disappointed. It is all here , the early trash can lid rock of "School's Out" and "You Drive Me Nervous" were great to see and hear. Also we have some of his great ballads like "The Ballad of Dwight Frye" that sounds great. The show opens with the more recent bludgeoning of the nu-metal proto type "Brutal Planet". This is a newer sound and it is not as great as the old stuff but it is better than any of the nu-metal stuff that would normally come to mind. Vincent / Alice has a way of even making that genre infectious , in fact I watched the opening number "Brutal Planet" three times the first time I sat down to watch this dvd.

Gimme this , Gimme that!
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