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Kissology Vol.2 1978-1991 [DVD] [2009] [NTSC]

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Kissology Vol.2 1978-1991 [DVD] [2009] [NTSC] + Kissology Vol.1 1974-1977 [DVD] [2009] [NTSC] + Kissology Vol.3 1992-2000 [DVD] [2010]
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Product details

  • Format: Box set, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Eagle Rock
  • DVD Release Date: 27 July 2009
  • Run Time: 406 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00280WCCO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,844 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

Synopsis Kissology is the ultimate visual Kiss collection. Presented in chronological order it combines never before seen footage, full length concerts and rare TV appearances from the Kiss archives. Volume 2 covers the band s years of global domination from 1978 to 1991 and will be followed by further volumes through 2009. Superbly packaged in a fold out digipack inside a slipcase, the set is completed by a lavishly illustrated 24 page booklet featuring notes on the performances from Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Bruce Kulick plus a replica ticket for the NBC TV Special Kiss And The Phantom Of The Park , that later became the full length movie Attack Of The Phantoms . Bonus Features Commentary by Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Bruce Kulick on selected sections. Bonus disc of 11 tracks from The Ritz, New York City on 13 August 1988.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Another incredible chapter in the series 22 Aug 2007
The KISSOLOGY series is for me, KISS at its very best; celebrating the bands' legacy, and properly doing justice to it, by generously loading DVD's full of top quality, vintage footage.

Volume 1 (1974-1977) was just incredibly good, with 4 classic concerts from the 70's all in superb quality, visually and sonically, plus a bunch of other little gems - the standout for me being the "So It Goes" TV segment from the 1976 UK tour at the Free Trade Hall Manchester.

Volume 2 was always going to struggle to live up to volume 1, simply because KISS was in it's prime on volume 1, whereas volume 2 covers a period where the band fell from grace, lost it's popularity and reinvented itself as a regular, makeup-free, hard rock band.

But this set is an astounding success. Starting with the TV segment "Land of Hype and Glory", Volume 2 is off to a cracking start, showcasing how by 1978, on the Alive II tour, KISS had become the greatest rock'n'roll show in history.

Then for me the highlight of the package; the movie "KISS in Attack of the Phantoms". Since watching this film in a cinema in 1980 (Odeon Theatre Chester, UK) when I was 8 years old, I have always remembered it and looked upon it as some kind of legendary classic; a movie celebrating KISS at the top. That legend was somewhat spoiled when the VHS version was officially released in the late 80's, albeit not sanctioned by KISS, as "(KISS Meets) The Phantom of the Park". The VHS version was nothing like the version I had in my heart of seeing this at the cinema in 1980; the sound quality was poor, the picture was poor and the theme music was laughable 70's cartoon music.

I was astounded by the quality of "Attack of the Phantoms" on KISSOLOGY.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars klassic music 19 Dec 2011
these massive selling dvd boxsets did quite well accross the world, and for good reason: You get lots of rare concert footage from the 70's and 80's , but probably this should have been 1978-82 alone. with a boxeset of 1983-91 as a seperate one. The footage looks great though and that's a plus. Like I said the emphasis is on 1978-82 mainly and that means that the 83-91 period is somewhat left out to a degree. The late guitarist Mark st johns is not in this for some reason. And we rarely see vinnie vincent either. But they weren't around for more than a few cd's actually. The late eric carr though is featured in here and he was one of the best drummers ever by most critics accounts. Bruce kulick is also featured in this one and he continues to make fantastic music in his solo work and with grand funk. I bought all three of these boxsets because kiss makes great melodic metal that anyone who enjoys that brand of fun music can enjoy. THis does have the 1978 film 'kiss meets the phantom' in it too , which is a fun little movie. Hard rock fans should grab this one and sit back and enjoy the good rockin'.
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4.0 out of 5 stars from make up to break up and beyond...... 8 Feb 2009
By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER
This is certainly the weakest of the 3 sets so far,a missed opportunity to cover the era in full,amazingly the 4 solo albums release is ignored,considering this is a major moment in KISSTORY thats just unforgiveable,there is also footage from japan 78 and the largo 79 footage ,average though it is should have been used and not left as a bonus disc,however we waste disc 1 with essentially interview footage and a poor tv movie(that could have been the bonus!!),disc 2 is better though with australia 1980 and fridays live being really good quality and well worth seeing,sadly disc 3 again is a mixed bag,san paulo footage although of historical interest is average as is philadelphia 87,hot in the shade from detroit is pretty good,again though you wonder where animalise uncensored footage is and we know they dont own it any more,however if you advertise something as definitive then these little obstacles have to be gotten over!!! Essentialy volume two is asking too much of itself in trying to cover such a wide time frame,so love it for what it is and wonder what could have been.
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