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After an amazing string of gold and platinum albums and singles, Alice Cooper and his band delivered the goods with their first sensational live album The Alice Cooper Show in 1977. This hard rockin live collection featured the superstars biggest songs from his biggest albums like Love It to Death, Killer, School s Out, Billion Dollar Babies and Welcome to My Nightmare.
Produced by Bob Ezrin and Brian Christian, Alice Cooper and superstar sidekicks like Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter on dual lead guitars truly recorded some of the finest hard rock ever for this platinum plus collection.
Featuring hard rock smashes like School's Out, Eighteen, Billion Dollar Babies, Under My Wheels and Only Women Bleed, it is easy to see why this album flew up the rock album charts in 1977.
Even more masterful cuts like You and Me, Is It My Body and I Never Cry make this album one of the most enduring live rock and roll albums ever in classic rock history!
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