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The Nightmare Returns

The Nightmare Returns
Video by Alice Cooper
Released 1987 VHS
Aug 1, 2006 DVD
Recorded 1986
Genre Hard rock, Heavy metal, Shock rock
Label Geffen Records
Alice Cooper video chronology

The Strange Case of Alice Cooper
The Nightmare Returns
Video Trash

The Nightmare Returns was a live concert video of Alice Cooper.

The concert was filmed live in Detroit, Michigan, USA on Halloween 1986 at the start of his "The Nightmare Returns" World Tour, in support of his album Constrictor.

This video was originally released in 1987 on VHS, and was finally released on DVD in 2006.

Track listing

  1. "Welcome to My Nightmare"
  2. "Billion Dollar Babies"
  3. "No More Mr. Nice Guy"
  4. "Be My Lover"
  5. "18 (Little Flower of Ulysses)"
  6. "The World Needs Guts"
  7. "Give It Up"
  8. "Cold Ethyl"
  9. "Only Women Bleed"
  10. "Go to Hell"
  11. "The Ballad of Dwight Fry"
  12. "Teenage Frankenstein"
  13. "Sick Things"
  14. "I Love The Dead"
  15. "School's Out"
  16. "Elected"
  17. "Under My Wheels"

Bonus music videos

  1. "Teenage Frankenstein"
  2. "Freedom"


  • Alice Cooper - vocals
  • Kane Roberts - lead guitar
  • Devlin 7 - rhythm guitar
  • Kip Winger - bass
  • Ken Mary - drums
  • Paul Horowitz - keyboards
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