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Old 08-19-2007, 11:43 AM
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Alice Cooper Recommendations

Always been a fan, but a casual fan at best. And with the Heaven And Hell show coming up, with Alice opening; I was wondering if anyone could give me any recommendations album-wise...
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Old 08-19-2007, 05:59 PM
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I bet if this was some underground progressive crossover clusterfuck you guys would be shitting out reccomendations.
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Old 08-19-2007, 08:09 PM
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I bet if this was some underground progressive crossover clusterfuck you guys would be shitting out reccomendations.
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New genre!!!
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You should really get Loved to Death, Welcome to my Nightmare and Billion Dollar Babies. It's his best albums and contains most of his classic songs.

From The Inside, Killer and Brutal Planet is also worth getting.
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Old 08-20-2007, 01:59 AM
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You should really get Loved to Death, Welcome to my Nightmare and Billion Dollar Babies. It's his best albums and contains most of his classic songs.

From The Inside, Killer and Brutal Planet is also worth getting.
What he said.

Brutal Planet will always be my favourite Coop' record.

Actually, The Eyes of Alice Cooper, Dirty Diamonds, Dragontown and The Last Temptation are also all good records, but he'll barely play anything from them.

Definitely if you're looking for songs he'll probably play at your show go with Killer and Billion Dollar Babies.

Also expect Feed My Frankenstein and Poison to be in the set. And maybe one new song.

I'm seeing Alice for the third time headlining Wembley Arena in November. Motorhead supporting! Can't wait.
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What he said.

Brutal Planet will always be my favourite Coop' record.

Actually, The Eyes of Alice Cooper, Dirty Diamonds, Dragontown and The Last Temptation are also all good records, but he'll barely play anything from them.

Definitely if you're looking for songs he'll probably play at your show go with Killer and Billion Dollar Babies.

Also expect Feed My Frankenstein and Poison to be in the set. And maybe one new song.

I'm seeing Alice for the third time headlining Wembley Arena in November. Motorhead supporting! Can't wait.
Any chance he'll do Bed Of Nails, or Wind-Up Toy live?
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Any chance he'll do Bed Of Nails, or Wind-Up Toy live?
Doubtfully. He havn't play these songs for years.

You can see here a lot of set lists from Alice Cooper's 2007 tour: http://www.sickthingsuk.co.uk/setlists/psycho.php
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New genre!!!
I can't wait to describe a band as "DRI meets Yes"
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I just thought I should mention this, as of today, progarchives.com now recognizes "crossover prog" as a genre

But it includes bands who aren't prog by nature but are very progressive nonetheless: Maiden is among them.
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