Alice Cooper: Theatre of Death - Live At Hammersmith

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Alice Cooper: Theatre of Death - Live At Hammersmith

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Alice Cooper
Released:
2010
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Alice Cooper: Theatre of Death - Live at Hammersmith shows us Cooper is as well-known for his morbid stage theatrics as his hit songs. Alice Cooper continues shock-rocking audiences even at the ripe age of sixty-two. Recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, Alice Cooper's new video showcasing his 2009 Theatre of Death World Tour demonstrates that age has no effect on his ability to terrify. In between such hits as "School's Out" and "I'm Eighteen," Cooper subjects himself to gruesome death scenarios as part of the theatrics. Executioners slice his head in a guillotine and his neck snaps and swings in a noose, all while his London fans scream their approval. Cooper plays no less than twenty-six of his hits and the movie package includes a bonus album, which contains several more tracks. Unlike his 2005 live film, Alice Cooper: Theatre of Death - Live at Hammersmith 2009 is available in several formats and was filmed in high-quality HD for crisp cinema and sound. The most recent entry in the Cooper catalog, Live at Hammersmith 2009 is a must for any Cooper collector.moreless
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