Alice Cooper: Brutally Live DVD Review

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Alice Cooper: Brutally Live DVD Review
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Recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo in July 2000, this 105min concert includes all Alice's hits including Poison, Only Women Bleed, Billion Dollar Babies, Elected, School's Out, and Feed My Frankenstein, as well as The Who's My Generation.
Picture quality is excellent, with colourful stage lighting captured with pin-sharp detail and no sign of grain or bleed. The 5.1 sound has plenty of bass oomph and clear positioning, with the lead guitar coming through with particular emphasis, and the DTS mix sounds even more powerful, though that could just be a result of different equalisation. Six of the tracks have a multiangle function so you can switch from the director's angle to the close-up Alice Cam, and extras include a bonus video for Gimme and DVD-ROM weblinks.
Though Alice's performance seems a bit perfunctory, this is an excellent disc for rock fans and DTS devotees alike.

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