Originally Published: January 29, 1990
Author: Jens Krover
The famous 'trash collective' from Arizona arrived on stage straight from his tour bus and was welcomed with a storm of applause and the large number of American Gi's in the crowd stood up to cheer him. Alice Cooper played one of the most impressive live sets I have ever witnessed. Apart from the slightly slimmed down selection of songs and the restrictions on stage because of Tico Torres' massive drum kit, the fantastic audience and the communication between Alice and his band mates turn this concert into an unforgettable occasion. I am not normally one to collapse into bouts of mad euphoria, but this performance was nothing short of sensational and offered perfect entertainment in front of an amazing backdrop. Everyone present that day will have something to tell their grandchildren about.