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The Strange Case Of Alice Cooper is more than a concert film. It is the warped tale of one man's descent 'into madness, a theatrical rock 'n' roll spectacle that could only emerge from the twisted imagination of Alice Cooper.
Filmed during a stop on the Madhouse Rock Tour in 1979, Strange Case was inspired by Alice's stay in a New York sanitarium and the people he encountered there. Vincent Price introduces the proceedings as ghoulish doctors and transvestite nurses cross paths with dancing bottles of alcohol. All the while, Alice performs songs off his album From The Inside, as well as many of his most well-known and best-loved hits.
1.From The Inside
4.The Quiet Room
5.I Never Cry
7.Welcome To My Nightmare
8.Billion Dollar Babies
9.Only Women Bleed
10.No More Mr. Nice Guy
12.The Black Widow
13.Wish I Was Born In Beverly Hills
14.Ballad Of Dwight Fry
15.Go To Hell
16.How You Gonna See Me Now
17.Inmates (We're All Crazy)
"The Strange Case of Alice Cooper is a must watch for any Cooper fan... a man in the prime of his career doing what he did best, entertaining kids and scaring parents." --DVD Snapshot, April 24, 2012
great concert.fromINSIDE LOOKING OUT tour.love the craziness that goes on stage.Were All Crazy best cooper song ever.great live.laughed myself CRAZY.Published 1 month ago by MATT SINDELAR
Decent audio, decent video. Not bad for a 1979 show. Always thought From The Inside was sort of Cooper's last good album. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sanchez!
I was only too excited to find that this had been released on DVD. Years ago I had thought about buying an, old VHS copy offa Ebay but i'm glad I waited. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Have waited for this since first seeing it in '79 on HBO at a friends house. Am very pleased!Published 14 months ago by Abstract Concept
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|Strange Case dvd- Any bonus features ?||
No Bonus Features, just A Commentary track. if you have one of the many bootleg dvd copies the video quality is just about the same. as for the audio mix it is only a Dolby Digital 2.0! unlike Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper which was mixed into 5.1 and was later released on bluray.
May 31, 2012 by Sean-thomas D. Bishop | See all 3 posts