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These Classic Clips Show The Outlandish Theatrics of Alice Cooper's Infamous 'Welcome to My Nightmare' Tour

By Matt Dolloff (@mattdolloff)

Alice Cooper released seven studio albums with the Alice Cooper Group, but it wasn’t until his eighth album and first solo effort Welcome to My Nightmare that we saw what Alice really wanted to do, and what he was capable of as a live performer. 341 more words

Shows

The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men gang aft agley

I hop out of bed, grab my new InfiniteCheckbook™ and jump in the car; this is going to be a busy, busy day.

  • The first place I need to go is to the local IRS office.
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Daily Prompts

So It’s Come to This: A Halloween Clip Show

I meant to write a ton of pieces for Halloween, but making the “Genetic Decree” song/video took much longer than expected. So instead, enjoy this handy guide to all the Halloween crap I’ve made over the years. 322 more words

Words

Coming Up In October

Besides the fact that October is definitively one of my favorite months of the year because Halloween is in October, we do a lot of fun things blogging wise with the month of October. 134 more words

Horror

The Man of My Nightmares

Long before I found the man of my dreams, I met the man of my nightmares. I have been an Alice Cooper fan since the day I wandered into my big brother’s room and raided his vinyl album collection. 261 more words

Random Thoughts: Alice Cooper, Rolling Stone and Hindsight

Firstly, a confession: today’s post was originally going to be a rock song review of Sixx: A.M.’s latest single “Gotta Get It Right“. I had the whole thing saved and written out nicely, ready to be re-drafted, until WordPress decided to forget all that and reverted my post to an original, much leaner draft. 640 more words

Music

80s Anthologies: Episode By Episode - Amazing Stories "Welcome To My Nightmare"

GammaDev and I lose grip with reality in Amazing Stories‘ “Welcome To My Nightmare”.  Listen, right click and download, or find us on Itunes… 40 more words

80s