AliceCoopertophat Small but fine record label “UDR- Home of Legends” lives up to one’s name again with another new and hot signing and upcoming release of Alice Cooper, a true icon, a great performer – simply a legend.

With Raise The Dead – Live From Wacken the label is also starting a new live series of legendary Wacken performances. When Alice learned about the purpose behind it, he was very happy to be one the first to participate and support the Wacken Foundation.
The Wacken Foundation is a non-profit organization, supporting the new blood of hard rock/heavy and metal music. For every sold DVD/CD 1 Euro will be contributed to the Wacken Foundation.

Alice Cooper – not much has to be said about this incredible artist whose career spans five decades by now. He has been named one of the world’s most beloved entertainers. He is credited with helping to shape the sound and look of heavy metal and has been described as the artist who first introduced horror imagery to Rock N’ Roll, and whose stagecraft and showmanship have permanently transformed the genre. The ‘Godfather of Shock Rock’ has inspired many other artists due to his theatrical stage performances; for example: KISS, Marilyn Manson and even Ozzy Osbourne – just to name a few.

Raise The Dead will be available as DVD + CD Digipack. The DVD contains 22 songs from the Wacken concert and bonus material shows an interview with the man himself. The double CD has the complete concert. BluRay Amaray (Full HD). FSK 12, running time 75 min plus another 20 min of interview.

Alice Cooper Raise The Dead – Live From Wacken track list:

1. Hello Hooray
2. House of Fire
3. No More Mr Nice Guy
4. Under My Wheels
5. I’ll Bite Your Face Off
6. Billion Dollar Babies
7. Caffeine
8. Department of Youth
9. Hey Stoopid
10. Dirty Diamonds
11. Welcome To My Nightmare
12. Go To Hell
13. He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask)
14. Feed My Frankenstein
15. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
16. Killer
17. I Love The Dead
18. Break On Through
19. My Generation
20. I’m Eighteen
21. Poison
22. Schools Out / Another Brick In The Wall


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  • David C on

    For anyone that has a really good HDTV and a nice sound system, buying DVD’s of concerts and cranking them up can be a really nice experience. Wife and I are fortunate enough to be able to attend many shows live, but it’s still nice to sit on the couch on a Friday evening enjoying some adult beverages and watching/listening to some classic shows. We have a good library and will be adding this Alice release to the collection.

    The last DVD concert we watched this weekend? Dio…Finding the Sacred Heat Live in Philly 1986!

    • Witch Meadow on

      A legendary performance from the master of the macabre. Also he has a killer female guitarist on his tour currently.

  • Allen on

    Love to have this! I am glad he’s doing He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask)!

  • I'm (Not) Eighteen (Anymore) on

    I’m sure this CD/DVD won’t disappoint. Alice is AMAZING! Before I got into KISS, I discovered Alice. After hearing “School’s Out” I asked for the album for my birthday. There I was in elementary school opening up the album cover that opened up into a no-kidding school desk and panties as the record sleeve! How cool was that! And 40-something years later I took my son to his first rock concert two years ago–Alice! He was the consummate showman. The show was a spectacle and the music was tight. Every song a crowd sing along. My son will never forget it–and neither will I. Beneath the makeup and in spite of his famous song to the contrary, Alice is a really nice guy, and peel back the lyrics, and the listener is really hearing something positive. Up and coming bands, take note. School’s not out; it’s back in session!

  • talktopete on

    I saw Alice a month ago in Chicago with Crue. It’s really amazing how strong he still is. It might as well be 1978 all over again. He hasn’t lost anything and he still looks great. And a great guy too.

  • James K. on

    Over 5 decades and he’s still going and still putting on amazing shows. That’s not only incredible but it’s also inspiring.

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