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Trashes the World

Trashes the World
Video by Alice Cooper
Released 1990 VHS
2004 DVD
Recorded December 1989
Genre Hard rock, Heavy metal, Shock rock
Length 94 minutes
Label Sony / BMG
Director Nigel Dick
Producer Lisa Hollingshead
Alice Cooper chronology
Video Trash
(1989)
Trashes The World
(1990)
Prime Cuts: The Alice Cooper Story
(1991)

Alice Cooper Trashes the World is a live concert video by Alice Cooper.

The concert was filmed in Birmingham, England, December 1989, during Cooper's tour in support of his commercially successful album Trash.

Track listing

  1. "Trash"
  2. "Billion Dollar Babies"
  3. "I'm Eighteen"
  4. "I'm Your Gun"
  5. "Desperado"
  6. "House of Fire"
  7. "No More Mr. Nice Guy"
  8. "This Maniac's in Love with You"
  9. "Steven"
  10. "Welcome to My Nightmare"
  11. "Ballad of Dwight Fry"
  12. "Gutter Cats Vs The Jets"
  13. "Only Women Bleed"
  14. "I Love the Dead"
  15. "Poison"
  16. "Muscle of Love"
  17. "Spark in the Dark"
  18. "Bed of Nails"
  19. "School's Out"
  20. "Under My Wheels"
  21. End credits - "Only My Heart Talkin'"

The band

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