"Poison": Alice Cooper anticipates her new DVD

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On October 21 the new DVD of Alice Cooper, which will be called 'Raise The Dead - Live From Wacken'and takes the concert that the vocalist gave at the classic German Wacken festival, in which part of the royalties will go to the foundation that the festival owns. Here the legendary singer anticipates this work with the hit «Poison«.

'Raise The Dead' will be available on DVD + CD digipack. It will contain 22 songs from the show Cooper gave on August 3, 2013. The band includes Alice Cooper (vocals), Chuck Garric (bass), Orianthi (guitar), Ryan Roxie (guitar), Tommy Henriksen (guitar) and Glen Sobel ( battery). Son of a preacher, Vincent Damon Furnier was born on February 4, 1948 in Detroit, Michigan, and was one of the pioneers in associating rock and show in his concerts and in staging small theatrical stories on stage where he simultaneously played a rock group and create a character of yourself.

With sinister-looking makeup, haunting lyrics, and provocative performances ranging from guillotine executions and electric chairs to massive snake acts, they illustrated the contents of their albums, many of which told a story. Alice Cooper he would be the first to develop the staging with more sophistication compared to other musicians influenced by the glam-theatrical aesthetic, such as David Bowie or Peter Gabriel.

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