- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: Exempt
- Studio: Eagle Rock
- DVD Release Date: 1 Dec. 2008
- Run Time: 90 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B00004CW8Q
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 190,026 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Brutally Live [DVD] 
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Rock legend Alice Cooper performs live at London's Hammersmith Apollo on 19 July 2000. Tracks include 'Feed My Frankenstein', 'Poison', 'School's Out' and 'Elected'.
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Top Customer Reviews
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!!
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of rock, and this live performance proves he's still number one.
Filmed in London in July 2000 Alice and his band put on a brilliant
show, plays all his classics plus newer songs from his 'Brutal Planet'
album as well as some rarities, complete with Alice's infamous
execution. However this VHS version looses a star as 2 songs played at
this show, 'My Generation' . and 'The Black
Widow' plus drum solo, are omitted from the program. Both of these
songs do appear on the DVD version so buy that if you want the full
show un-edited, otherwise this VHS is still a great watch.
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.
however, Brutality live [among all other alice cooper live shows] really is live eye candy, with proggresion throughout the set, really one you'd want to watch aswell as listen. with an exelent set list with new and old material, and in such a good order, they run together so well,
i was pleasently surprised when i saw alice on the Monsters Of Rock tour in november 2002 when i found the set and stage antics were almost identical to that of this DVD and couldnt have hoped for anything better
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!
The audience was embarassing, Alice should have sung "Dead crowd" not "Dead Babies". This really was a great dissapointment and spoiled the whole DVD for me.
The sound quality is great!! The stage show, the band and the song choice were excellent. Its just a shame that the such a fantastic tour was not captured as it was meant to be seen.
A definate must for Alice Fans, otherwise give it a miss.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brings back memories of when I saw this show live many years ago. A very good dvd for Alice Cooper fans to own.Published 12 months ago by Brian Mc
I've seen Alice Cooper live many times and saw this spectacular show at the NEC (Birmingham) and quite simply it was the best of them all. Read morePublished on 9 May 2014 by Possum Pie
There is nothing much to say about this great concert. I just want to give my highest recommendation to everyone
who really respects Alice Cooper and loves solid hard Rock &... Read more
I heard it's a so-so performance and was permanently discouraged against buying this DVD. If I only knew how bloody good it is! Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2007 by Kurly
I am a fan of Alice Cooper, and I was excited that his 2000 Brutal Planet tour was released on DVD, but although the usual 'Alice' theatrics are all there (and entertaining they... Read morePublished on 9 Aug. 2004 by L. E. Stacey
There's nothing quite like when the lights go down at a live gig, is there? The searing guitar riffs and the Controller in his 'cage' tell you that Alice is back and looking as... Read morePublished on 14 Jan. 2003 by MR TREVOR PEARCE