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Alice Cooper Gets An Adelaide Upgrade

by Paul Cashmere on November 26, 2019

in News

Alice Cooper ‘Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back’ tour has been given an upgrade in Adelaide with the show moving from the AEC Theatre to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena.

Fans with tickets already do not have to do anything. All pre-purchased ticket(s) remain valid for the relocated performance and do not need to be exchanged. Ticket holders can present their existing ticket(s) at the venue on the event date.

Alice is touring Australia with Wayne Kramer’s MC50 marking the 50th anniversary of the iconic Detroit punks MC5. MC50 features Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil on guitar.

Alice is playing some rare songs on this tour. ‘Raped and Freezin’ is a rarely played song until now from the 1973 ‘Billion Dollar Babies’ album. Alice did perform the song at his Crown Casino show in Melbourne in 2008. It was included in the 2007 Psychodrama tour but apart from a handful of performances in 2001 it was absent from the setlist since 1973.

‘Roses of White Lace’ was added to this tour after being MIA since 1988. You have to go back to 1974 for the last Alice performance of ‘My Stars’ from the ‘School’s Out’ album. ‘Teenage Frankenstein’ got a run as a new song between 1986 and 1988, resurfaced foe 23 performances in 2001 and is back to end the set for 2019.

Alice Cooper Ol Black Eyes Is Back Setlist 2019

Years Ago
Nightmare Castle
Feed My Frankenstein (Hey Stoopid, 1991)
No More Mr. Nice Guy (from Billion Dollar Babies, 1973)
Bed of Nails (from Trash, 1979)
Raped and Freezin’ (from Billion Dollar Babies, 1973)
Fallen in Love (from Paranormal, 2017)
Muscle of Love (from Muscle of Love, 1973)
He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask) (from Constrictor, 1986)
I’m Eighteen (from Love It To Death, 1971)
Billion Dollar Babies (from Billion Dollar Babies, 1973)
Poison (from Trash, 1979)
Guitar Solo (Nita Strauss)
Roses on White Lace (from Raise Your Fist and Yell, 1987)
My Stars (from Schools Out, 1972)
Devil’s Food (from Welcome To My Nightmare, 1975)
Black Widow Jam (from Welcome To My Nightmare, 1975)
Steven (from Welcome To My Nightmare, 1975)
Dead Babies (from Killer, 1971)
I Love the Dead (from Billion Dollar Babies, 1973)
Escape (from Welcome To My Nightmare, 1975)
Teenage Frankenstein (from Constrictor, 1986)

Encore:
Under My Wheels (from Killer, 1971)
School’s Out (from Schools Out, 1972)

ALICE COOPER “OL’ BLACK EYES IS BACK“ AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES 2020

Saturday 8 February Perth, RAC Arena
Tuesday 11 February Adelaide, Entertainment Centre
Friday 14 February Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
Saturday 15 February Sydney, Qudos Bank Arena
Tuesday 18 February Brisbane, Entertainment Centre

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