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Old 06-17-04, 07:48 PM
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Alice Cooper setlist?

Does anyone know what songs Alice is performing on this tour? Last time I saw him was back in 88. tks
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I've seen Alice on the last 7 tours (again next month) although I don't know what he's playing this time he always mixes up his setlist. School's Out, Poison, Billion Dollar Babies, The Ballad Of Dwight Fry, and Eighteen are always included. He Also includes 5 or 6 songs from the latest album. Then he alternates in some more well known songs each tour like Elected, No More Mr. Nice Guy, Dead Babies, and Cold Ethyl. Finally he pulls out at least 2 obcure songs out of nowhere for the die hards (the last few times I saw him he played Unfinished Sweet, Halo Of Flies, Nurse Rosetta, Its Hot Tonight, From The Inside) As always its a great show and he kickes the Hell out of any of his imitators.

PS look for a Box Set this winter rereleasing the earlier albums remasters with bonus tracks.
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Re: Alice Cooper setlist?

Originally posted by Celtic Bob
Does anyone know what songs Alice is performing on this tour? Last time I saw him was back in 88. tks

Here's the set list from Germany:
Hello Hooray
I'm Eighteen
Is It My Body
Desperado
Under My Wheels
Be My Lover
School's Out
No More Mr. Nice Guy
Billion Dollar Babies
Muscle Of Love
Only Women Bleed
Poison
Angry Young Man
What Do You What From Me?
Man Of The Year
The Ballad of Dwight Frye
Backyard Brawl
Brutal Planet
Between High School and Old School


Here's the set from Dublin:
Hello Hooray
No more mr nice guy
Man of the year
Billion Dollar Babies
Beetween high school and old school
Muscle of Love
Be my Lover
Who do you think we are
What do you want from me
Eighteen
Desperado
Halo of Flies
Sick Things
Gutter Cats
Cod Ethyl
Only Women bleed
Ballad of Dwight Fry
School's Out

Brutal Planet/Wicked young man (Dragontown medly)
Poison
Under my Wheels
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Thanks allot.
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Not a single song from Raise your Fist and Yell. That is my alltime favorite Alice CD. Step on You, Prince of Darkness, and just about every song on there made for a kick a$$ pump up CD when I wrestled in High School.

Anyone else remember and like this CD?
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Originally posted by Bcolon
Not a single song from Raise your Fist and Yell. That is my alltime favorite Alice CD. Step on You, Prince of Darkness, and just about every song on there made for a kick a$$ pump up CD when I wrestled in High School.

Anyone else remember and like this CD?
Me! I was a huge Alice fan from 'Constrictor' to 'Hey Stoopid'. I was particularly fond of the two MCA releases, 'Constrictor' and 'Fist'. "Time to Kill" and "Chop Chop Chop" are my two absolute favorites from that album, but it's all solid.
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Originally posted by Bcolon
Not a single song from Raise your Fist and Yell. That is my alltime favorite Alice CD. Step on You, Prince of Darkness, and just about every song on there made for a kick a$$ pump up CD when I wrestled in High School.

Anyone else remember and like this CD?
That was the tour I saw back in Feb 88. Kick Ass show and album.
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The big problem with Alice is that so many albums and so many songs, not matter what, many things get left out.

I have been a big fan since 1970. Attended concerts since early 70s in large arenas including the last few tours in casinos and fairs.
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I had the privilage of meting Alice during the Dragontown tour. I asked him why he does'nt play anything from Raise Your Fist and Yell. He said that it was a great Metal album and might see what he would pull off of it. Next time on the Eyes tour I was hoping to hear something from the album... nothing. (As always it was still a great show anyway.)
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Alice just has SO much material to refer back to....the set lists from overseas look killer to me. Last time I saw Alice was in 1977. I was recently in St. Louis and saw that he was just about to play a small club there called the Pageant......AWESOME small place to see a show, anyone in that area wanting to see Alice I highly recommend it. Reeeeal small, good acoustics, seats MAYBE 3000 tops. I saw April Wine there last weekend and there were only about 1500 people in the place.
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Originally posted by nightmaster
[....] a small club there called the Pageant......AWESOME small place to see a show, anyone in that area wanting to see Alice I highly recommend it. Reeeeal small, good acoustics, seats MAYBE 3000 tops. I saw April Wine there last weekend and there were only about 1500 people in the place.
How were they? I have their "Harder Faster" album which I think is great but have always wondered about what else of their's to buy given that there doesn't seem to be a "Best Of" around.

[I saw Blue Oyster Cult a year or so back here in England in a place that could only fit 500 tops. Very good of them to do a small UK tour like that, I thought].
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How were they? I have their "Harder Faster" album which I think is great but have always wondered about what else of their's to buy given that there doesn't seem to be a "Best Of" around.

[I saw Blue Oyster Cult a year or so back here in England in a place that could only fit 500 tops. Very good of them to do a small UK tour like that, I thought].
although off the subject... April Wine is great live. They played at out county fair 2 years ago (and to be honest it was probably the biggest crowd the band played for in years.) If you look aroun there are several compilations floating around like the CBS Special Products and Millinium Collections that other bands put out. You can also get the Canadian Imports of "All The Rockers", "The Ballads" and "The Hits" for pretty cheap
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Anyone have the setlist from last night's (July 22) show in Toronto??
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He put on an excellant show. A definite must see if he comes to your area.
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Not a single song from Raise your Fist and Yell. That is my alltime favorite Alice CD. Step on You, Prince of Darkness, and just about every song on there made for a kick a$$ pump up CD when I wrestled in High School.

Anyone else remember and like this CD?
Yea pretty good cd, although my favorite cd is "constrictor" nothing off that cd either on his current tour, also where is "feed my frankenstein"...
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Anyone know where to possibly get an audio of the Toronto show??
Video would be great as well.
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