Alice Cooper: Brutally Live

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Released 2000

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Director:
Alice Cooper
Released:
2000
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Filmed Live at the Hammersmith Apollo London, July 2000. The show is captured on 32mm film, so it has the look and feel that only celluloid can provide. The cameramen successfully capture the magic (and simulated graphic violence) that can only be witnessed at an Alice Cooper show. In addition to killer renditions of Alice Cooper's classic hits and current output, you'll see hangings, beheadings, dripping blood, necrophilia, and S & M babes in skimpy clothing. There's a sexy blonde who plays various female parts of the demented stage show, and it turns out that she is none other than Alice Cooper's daughter! The master showman himself launches into the various accouterments that he has worn over the years, and it's a joy to see him paying tribute to all his 'personalities'. BRUTALLY LIVE features 25 awesome Alice Cooper songs, including his chart-topping hits (No More Mr. Nice Guy, I'm Eighteen, Poison, Go To Hell, Billion Dollar Babies, Only Women Bleed, I Love the Dead.)moreless
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