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Old 11-30-2012, 01:14 AM
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Alice Cooper -- Los Angeles, CA -- November 29th, 2012

Awesome show, Alice sounded amazing! Great setlist too, there were just as many obscure tracks as there were classics. Getting to hear Hey Stoopid live was a five minute long orgasm. The closest thing to a lame moment in the set was the drum solo during Dirty Diamonds, everything else was just nothing but awesome. There were hardly any breaks in the set, even the encore break was hilariously short. The covers were a good bit of fun too, fucking Johnny Depp joined the band from the covers onward! No one knew it was him until Alice introduced him at the very end. Dude can actually play and has some real onstage swagger.

Oh yeah, Kill Devil Hill opened and were pretty cool. They were a lot better than I was expecting a side project band to be. Rex was active and looked healthy and Vinny gave his usual kind of ham-handed but still frighteningly proficient style of drumming.

Alice Cooper setlist

1. Hello Hooray
2. House of Fire
3. No More Mr. Nice Guy
4. I'll Bite Your Face Off
5. Be My Lover
6. Caffeine
7. Billion Dollar Babies
8. The Congregation
9. Hey Stoopid
10. Dirty Diamonds (w/ drum solo)
11. Welcome to My Nightmare
12. Ballad of Dwight Fry
13. Go to Hell
14. He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)
15. Devil's Food
16. Feed My Frankenstein
Johnny Depp joins the band here.
17. Break on Through (To the Other Side) (The Doors cover)
18. Revolution (The Beatles cover)
19. Foxy Lady (The Jimi Hendrix Experience cover)
20. My Generation (The Who cover)
21. I'm Eighteen
22. Under My Wheels
23. Poison
Encore:
24. School's Out (w/ Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 snippet)
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:37 AM
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That is a baller Coop set.
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That is a baller Coop set.
You could say that about most of his sets over the last several years. Some people just get it when it comes to setlists and Cooper is at the top of the list. He mixes the standard hits with the deep/rarely played cuts as good as anybody ever has.

To the OP, I don't know if this was your first time seeing Cooper but there are very few long pauses between songs and no stage banter at all. He just blows through his set and gives the fans what they want, the songs, the show and no bullshit whatsoever
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Pretty sweet set. I would kinda like to see maybe a couple tracks dropped that he did the past two years such as Feed My Frankenstein, Under My Wheels, and Hey Stoopid for some different stuff but that's a minor complaint.
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Pretty sweet set. I would kinda like to see maybe a couple tracks dropped that he did the past two years such as Feed My Frankenstein, Under My Wheels, and Hey Stoopid for some different stuff but that's a minor complaint.
Yea Feed My Frankenstein and Hey Stoopid can go not very good tunes anyways IMO bring back Muscle Of Love
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:02 AM
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Well I love both those songs, I've just seen them a lot recently.
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That set is sick! Sounds like it was a great show. Did you get any pics or vids?
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Great fuckin' show, it was a blast. 3rd time seeing him and probably the best one so far. The venue was a very old building that looked like an old movie theater from the outside. I wish there was more shows at this venue, very unique. I looked at the setlist before to see what he was playing, and I wasn't very thrilled with all the covers and a few tunes that are just ok. But live the ok songs were ten times better, and the cover thing was a part of what they called rock star graveyard. They had headstones for Keith Moon, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, and John Lennon. I should have taken pics. Such a killer stage show as usual. Kill Devil Hill was very bland, their songs just are not that good in my opinion. And I forgot to mention Orianthi, she was awesome.
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That set is sick! Sounds like it was a great show. Did you get any pics or vids?
We tried but we were third row from the top, so any photos we took turned out pretty crappy. The lighting also made it so that any photos showed up as mainly a giant yellow/white splotch.

And yes, Orianthi shredded.
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