View Full Version : Alice Cooper -- Hamilton, Ontario-- October 6th, 2008

10-07-2008, 06:01 PM
The following setlist is from Alice Cooper's Psycho Drama Tour which made its way to the Hamilton Place last nite. The venue was pretty packed, i go as far as to say sold out (but i was on the second balcony so i dont know about the first and floor area). The stage design is setup with huge spiderwebs in the background, and in the beginning Alice killed Alice behind a curtain, and when revealed, the imposter Alice (or was he?) was taken to the back by some mysterious cloaked figures. Heres the setlist.....

1. It's Hot Tonight
2. No More Mr. Nice Guy
3. Under My Wheels
4. I'm Eighteen
5. Is It My Body
6. Woman of Mass Distraction
7. Lost In America
8. Feed My Frankenstein
9. Be My Lover
10. (In Touch With) Your Feminine Side
11. Dirty Diamonds
12. Vengeance Is Mine
13. Halo Of Flies
14. Welcome To My Nightmare
15. Cold Ethyl
16. Only Woman Bleed
17. Steven
18. Dead Babies
19. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
20. Devil's Food
21. I Love The Dead
22. School's Out
23. Billion Dollar Babies
24. Poison
25. Elected

I know most people would say Welcome To My Nightmare-I Love the Dead could be considered a medley, but i dont. They stopped after each of the songs, they were shorter, but i think it was just to cut all the boring parts out (though a longer version of Steven would of been really nice). Devil's Food was played as the gallows was being brought on stage. Even though it had no lyrics, a decent portion of it was played, thus part of the setlist. Ive also noticed after Halo of Flies people have been putting solo/jam. While there is a drum solo, the whole jam part is still part of Halo of Flies, just for some clarification. Otherwise overall it was an amazing show being the 5th best ive ever seen.

10-07-2008, 06:42 PM
Cooper puts on a damn good show, but I really think he should throw some diffrent stuff in his sets. Namely Wind-Up Toy. :party:

10-07-2008, 06:44 PM

10-07-2008, 06:56 PM
I wish he'd play "Spark in the Dark" or "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)"

10-07-2008, 07:47 PM
More stuff from the 80's early 90's would of been most appreciated. If he did play He's Back, i probably would of cried.