Alice Cooper has released a special long-form radio show, 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare: The Radio Show,' to preview and discuss songs from his upcoming new album of that same name.

Over the course of about an hour, Alice talks to host Gary Moore about the inspiration behind the new album, which arrives on Sept. 13 and as serves the sequel to the singer's 1975 classic 'Welcome to My Nightmare' record.

Seven songs from the upcoming 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare' LP are played during the show, as well as older beloved Cooper tracks such as 'I'm Eighteen' and the title track from the original 'Nightmare' album. Alice discusses his recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction and how it led to him reuniting with the original Alice Cooper band to record songs for the new 'Nightmare.'

Cooper also explains the humorous aspects of the concept album's plot, and talks about some of the all-star talent (Kesha, Vince Gill) that helped him make 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare.' It's a fast-paced, fun and informative program; both new and old Alice Cooper fans are really going to enjoy hearing about how he and producer Bob Ezrin connected the two albums after all these decades.

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