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In 1975, Alice Cooper joined forces with longtime collaborator and producer Bob Ezrin to record his first solo album Welcome to My Nightmare, a theatrical concept album about the nightmares of a young boy named Steven. Now, he’s followed Steven into adulthood and presents Welcome 2 My ... Read more in Amazon's Alice Cooper Store

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  • Audio CD (25 Oct. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: UMC
  • ASIN: B0043DMXGO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  DVD  |  Blu-ray  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,604 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Intro
2. School's Out
3. Department Of Youth
4. I'm Eighteen
5. Wicked Young Man
6. The Ballad Of Dwight Fry
7. Go To Hell
8. Guilty
9. Welcome To My Nightmare
10. Cold Ethyl
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Disc: 2
1. School's Out
2. Department Of Youth
3. I'm Eighteen
4. Wicked Young Man
5. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
6. Go To Hell
7. Guilty
8. Welcome To My Nightmare
9. Cold Ethyl
10. Poison
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The Godfather of shock-rock and ultimate rock 'n' roll showman, Alice Cooper, unleashes his next nightmare with a brand new release Theatre of Death which arrives in the lead-up to his much-anticipated Halloween spectacular Night of Fear Roundhouse gigs in London that kick off his European tour.

Recorded at London's legendary Hammersmith Apollo on the final night of his 2009 World Tour, Theatre of Death is a very different show than anyone has ever seen before with Alice subjected to guillotines, gallows and much more on his way to being "killed" four times!

This truly unique concert experience features many of Cooper’s massive hits including "School’s Out", "I’m Eighteen" and "Poison".

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Music Mad Me! on 26 Oct. 2010
Format: Audio CD
The Godfather of rock, Alice Cooper is back with his latest release, a spectacular DVD/CD 2-Disc collection of his 'Theatre of Death' show filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo, London in December 2009.

The show treats us to over 90 minutes of excellent entertainment from the master showman of rock and theatricals. As always a great band line-up, this time around we have the endless talents of Chuck Garric (bass), Keri Kelli (guitar), Jimmy Degrasso (drums) and Damon Johnson (guitar). Alice's vocals and seemingly limitless energy are, as always, astounding, and far outshine many much younger frontmen in other rock bands today.

Obviously very difficult to include songs from all of his albums having released many during his illustrious career since the 1970s, but we are treated to many favourites: School's Out, I'm Eighteen, Welcome to My Nightmare, Poison, Only Women Bleed, Dirty Diamonds, Billion Dollar Babies to name but a few, but no 'Elected' this time around.

The theatricals include not just one Alice execution but several throughout the show, and the nurse this time is portrayed by Tiffany Lowe.

Like all Alice Cooper shows you never want it to end, and this one is no exception.

This DVD/CD 2-Disc collection won't disappoint, both in value, entertainment and musical quality. Recommended for all, including those who have yet to discover the musical and theatrical talents of Alice Cooper.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By I. I. L. Surridge on 18 Nov. 2010
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There is nothing that can be said about Alice Cooper that has not already been said.
For those that have never experienced the man live (or dead) then this CD/DVD combo should be an excellent introduction to his world of horror!
The songs cover from 1971's Love it to Death right up to the recent Along came a Spider.....you cannot ask for more....buy and enjoy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. M. Egglestone on 20 July 2011
Format: Audio CD
Brilliant concert, all the hits in abundance with Mr Cooper being "killed" a few times. Slightly to "cough" old to go to concerts any more, but this DVD really makes up for it and takes you there. Pure magic. Def No more Mr Nice Guy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Ringland on 25 Dec. 2010
Format: Blu-ray
The legend is around 62, and boy does he still know how to entertain. There was a particular review saying he should hang up his boots. Not a chance. With his anticipated welcome 2 my nightmare coming next year, he is far from done and I would still prefer to watch this master at work than many of the current modern bands around.
As for the concert, the theatrics were very entertaining with his many deaths, realism and setlist. If im honest his vocals were better on the Montreux blu ray, but he is still going strong.
When I first started watching this blu-ray I thought the picture quality was going to be very sub par, but they use so much smoke at the opening songs that it really dulls the blu ray quality. As this clears, the picture increases alot, so its one that you have to bare with. If they had the musical strength of montreux and the theatrics of TOD, the concert would have been perfect, but it is still a great performance from an outstanding artist.
Congrats are also due for his induction to the hall of fame, well deserved
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 2 Jan. 2012
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A thoroughly entertaining romp thru a sizeable part of Alice's catalog,with enough classics(Schools Out/Under My Wheels/Eighteen/No More Mr Nice Guy/Poison etc) rubbing shoulders with fan favourite album tracks( From The Inside/Nurse Rosetta/Wicked Young Man/Cold Ethyl/Dirty Diamonds ).You could quibble that only 1 track featured from the 'Along Came A Spider' release but remember when he played almost all of 'Brutal Planet' live people complained he left out too much classic era,he cant win.

So settle down and enjoy this release for what it is - a celebration of Alice Cooper in HIS theatre of Death,i've seen every tour in the last decade and with the exception of the Brutal Planet tour,this was the best,the stage show excellent(as captured on the dvd),for a man in his 60's he still puts a stunning amount of energy in to each show,yes his voice does waver at times,how many heritage performers dont?

As a double pack dvd with sudio cd,this is hard to beat at this price,a fantastic release well worth adding to the collection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Slade on 18 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Once again the Master of Shock Rock (and golf) shows how it should be done. But not in one format, but two because with this package you get an excellent CD from the Hammersmith gig and a DVD for the full visual and aural experience. Kicking off with the classic School's Out, the Theatre of Death show includes all the Cooper classics from Alice's career to date like I'm Eighteen, Killer and Black Widow, plus what will surely become classics like Wicked Young Man and Dirty Diamonds. You get the real metal of Poison, plus the tender Only Women Bleed and the true theatre of Nurse Rozetta. The sound is great but it's the quality of the visuals that steals it for me, getting you right up close and personal with Alice, his band and the gorgeous Tiffany Lowe. As it says on the billboard, 'They Keep Killing Him, He Keeps Coming Back', and long may Alice keep doing so, especially if he brings shows of this quality.
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By Buzby on 10 Jan. 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
It's unlikely, I suppose, that anyone purchasing this won't already be a fan of Alice Cooper and therefore they will already have a good idea what to expect from one of his shows.

If you like his music (and let's face it, what's not to like?) and enjoy his mock-horror performances then the chances are this blu-ray will give you many hours of pleasure. The audio and video are both great, the band are tight and his performance is as good as ever. Indeed, given his age and past indulgences, you might be forgiven to wonder where he finds the energy to carry on touring!

The setlist is a greatest hits of sorts, mainly drawing on his classics but the newer material included stands up well. There are a few treats in the form of lesser performed songs thrown in for good measure, and as someone that has always had a soft spot for his "From The Inside" album the inclusion of two tracks from is certainly an added bonus.

By including not one but four death scenes in the show it becomes something like a "Alices Greatest Deaths" performance and it takes something away from the usual "highlight" towards the end. He has attempted to create a narrative of sorts, for example, after his first death the next sequence is meant to represent him in hell, and how well this works is likely to be a matter of personal opinion. If nothing else, it is a credible attempt to try to do something a little different while sticking to the general format that has served him well over the years.

Downsides? Well, if you are one for bonus features you are likely to be disappointed by the complete lack of them. Not a problem for me, but perhaps it might be for some people.

Overall, if you are a fan, there should be room on your shelf for this release. And, if you aren't but are feeling a little curious, this would serve as a pretty good introduction to his work so why not take a chance?
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