Posted Fri Nov 3, 2006 at 11:52 AM PST by
Few would call the music of Alice Cooper "quiet," but that's just how the shock rocker's first-ever high-def concert film hit stores this week, with Eagle Rock Entertainment's Blu-ray release creeping into stores this past Tuesday.
With little fanfare -- in fact, we never even got a press release -- 'Alice Cooper: Live in Montreux 2005' hit stores on Halloween.
Priced at $24.99, specs include a 1.78:1 widescreen 1080p video transfer and three audio options: Dolby Digital, DTS and uncompressed PCM 5.1 surround tracks. There seems to be no supplements on the release, however.
Despite the late details on 'Live in Montreux,' we hope to have a full review for you soon, and will also keep you posted on upcoming Eagle Rock releases. We just hope future announcements are a bit more high profile.
We've also added a complete listing for the title to our Blu-ray Release Schedule.
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