Alice Cooper Debuting Songs From Welcome 2 My Nightmare Tonight on Nights With Alice Cooper

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Last week we wrote about Alice Cooper's new album, Welcome 2 My Nightmare, set to be released on September 13.

While the promise of a new "Coopster" (that's what fans call him) record no doubt excited classic rock fans, we did lack one element in our blog post that could have inspired some real fervor, some, you know, actual songs from the album.

We still don't have any, but calm down, everyone. Alice will share new tunes from the album (including that Ke$ha collaboration) and discuss the record tonight on his syndicated radio program, Nights With Alice Cooper.

You can tune into the program tonight on KSLX 100.7 FM. The show runs from 7 p.m. -12 a.m., which should give you (or me, at least) plenty enough time to switch over to 5.50 AM and listen to "open lines" on Coast to Coast AM. "Hi there, this is Jason, west of the Rockies..."

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