The Welcome To My Nightmare Special Edition DVD includes the 1976 concert film “Welcome To My Nightmare” and, appearing on DVD for the first time, the 1975 TV special “Alice Cooper: The Nightmare”.
“Alice Cooper: The Nightmare” is the rarely seen 1975 TV special that aired on ABC, in conjunction with the release of the legendary “Welcome To My Nightmare” album. The TV special stars Alice Cooper as Steven and horror actor Vincent Price as The Spirit of the Nightmare, and showcases every song from the Welcome To My Nightmare album, including “Only Women Bleed”, “Department of Youth”, “Cold Ethyl” and the title track.
The “Welcome To My Nightmare” concert film features performances of hits and classic songs, including “I’m Eighteen”, “School’s Out”, “Only Women Bleed”, “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and “Welcome To My Nightmare”. The stage show was a theatrical production unlike any other rock show at the time stage, featuring frightening visual of skeletons, giant spiders, and a cyclops, as well as the voice of Vincent Price.
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