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Alice Cooper - Trashes the World

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4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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This DVD features 19 of his top music videos.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it, dying for more! Feb. 19 2005
By A Customer
Format:DVD
I have an old VHS tape of this 1990 concert that is more than 10 years old. I finally got my hands on a new DVD burner. I scanned the box artwork, made some great animated menus, the works, and transferred the whole thing to DVD. As good as it turned out (considering the source), I just had to buy this concert on the officially released DVD because it simply has to have a better picture. I just ordered the DVD and haven't seen it yet so am still wondering if it is wide screen or not. I hate it when such info is not included on a site because I desire wide screen! This is simply a fantastic concert. Another old one that NEEDS to get onto DVD is "Alice Cooper The Nightmare Returns" from 1986, an unforgettable night for me because I was actually there. Fans will recognize this concert as the big one marking the end of AC's unfortunate lengthy absence while he fought his personal demons. That show was a full "theatrical" show complete with the "white suit", the "robot", the "guillotine", "Steven", "Nurse Rosetta", and much more. The concert "Trashes the World" is great, but also so is the trio of music videos "Video Trash". These are great shorts. Also worthy of DVD would be AC's old videos "How you gonna see me now", "From the inside", and several others, as well as newer ones such as "Gimme" and "It's the little things" from the "DragonTown" special limited edition CD. There are tons of old video gems just waiting to be unleashed on generations of deserving fans. Where are they locked up? Does anyone know?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great but needs to be on DVD ! Sept. 27 2004
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
I love Alice Cooper, have all his CD's not counting the rehash (about 30 titles) and any and all videos, both DVD & VHS, that I can find. I really like this video a lot. There's another video called "Trash" that has the studio videos of "Bed of Nails", "House of Fire", and "Poison". These 3 videos are first rate, excellent effects, awesome babe-age. "Trashes the World" is an excellent Trash tour concert not to be missed even though it's not on DVD. I was at the 1986 "Nightmare Returns" concert in Detroit and amazingly it's available here at Amazon but again, it's on tape only. Who do we have to strangle these days to get all of AC's great old studio-videos and concert tapes remastered and put onto one or more DVD's? For example, does anyone remember the videos for "How you gonna see me now" & "From the Inside" ??? These and many others are long lost classics and I would pay $200 for a DVD compilation of the music-videos.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dying for more! Feb. 28 2005
By A Customer
Format:DVD
To answer the unknowns in my first review, this DVD is in full screen (4:3), unfortunately for me. The menus are very plain (no animations, no pictures for individual songs) but fast and easy to navigate. The picture quality is excellent. You'd never know the concert was so old just by looking at it. Overall, I'm very happy with it and like I said before, I'm dying for more!
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