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  • Vinyl (31 Mar. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B00HGFIJYQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,604 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Continuing the successful Back to Black series, and just in time for their Rock n Roll Hall of Fame induction, Universal Music are proud to make available the KISS studio albums as limited edition vinyl releases. Presented with their individual classic artwork and on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl, these releases are an excellent addition to the ever growing vinyl resurgence.

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KISS have never claimed to be artists or intellectuals. They have remained modest about writing some of the all time great rock 'n' roll albums. But one thing on which they have always maintained an arrogant, defiant and proud stance is their live shows. If you want to know why they charge the Earth for a ticket and rather presumptuously introduce their live onslaught with the mantra: 'You wanted the best, you got the best, the hottest band in the world, KISS!!!' then this double live album may help you to understand it. They may not be modest, they may not have dignity or integrity but they always knew how to throw a party.
For anyone who has never seen KISS live what you must understand is that the band built themselves up on their image and bombast and are unwilling to give it up. Want proof? Well how about the fact that most of those bands of the 70s that critics rave about even today couldn't sell a ticket if they begged you now whereas KISS still sell out football stadia.
But onto the album. From the moment the noise begins you're treated to what it's like to be there. True, some of the vocals were cleaned up in the studio afterwards (as Gene Simmons admits in his autobiography) but the album retains the rawness and thrashing metal of Detroit 1975. From the heart-pound Deuce through and a rip-roaring Strutter the groovy quartet of Got To Choose, Hotter Than Hell, Firehouse and Nothing To Lose the hard rock Parasite, She, Watchin' You, 100,000 Years, the epic Black Diamond the raucous Cold Gin and then the Earth-shattering Rock and Roll All Nite before lifting the roof for Let Me Go Rock and Roll the party never ends or stops for a break.
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KISS is one the most influential bands ever manily due to the fact their concerts have spawned every smoke-bomb, firework and bright light every seen on stage. Their concerts of 20 years ago have still not been matched and perhaps never will be. This is the album that broke KISS wide open and exposed every inch of the destructive stage set and adrenaline burning rock n' roll. From the power-house rocker Deuce to the moment the curtains fall on a riveting Let Me Go Rock N' Roll over and hour later, the listener is treated to nearly all of KISS's incredible classics. Showcasing guitar solos that would make Eddie Van Halen blush, Ace Frehley cements his plave among the five greatest guitarists ever as partners Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley pack life and wonderment into the music making this the greatest live album of all time. It was their moment, the moment when even their harshest critics had to admit that KISS was the greatest live band ever to pace the boards of a stadium. It sold over 4,000,000 copies in the US in the 70s and was later entered into the US National Libabry Of Congress as one of the finest examples of American music. It rules, it rocks, if you wanted the best, then you got the best, the hottest album of all time - ALIVE!
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This was the album that rocketed KISS to stardom - and its not hard to see why. After the only modest commercial success of the first three albums, the band decided to record a live album, at the time a rather risky finacial venture. But it all payed off, big time.
From the opening chords of "Deuce", you can feel the excitement throbbing from your speakers. Live favourites like "Strutter" and "Cold Gin" are sparkling gems in this terrific live representation of the band. Many critics have said that KISS never captured the excitement of their live concerts on their studio LPs. That makes this album even better, when compared to KISSes sparkling debuts. KISS take the opportunity of the concert to extend the lengths of the original songs, which only adds to the excitement - "100,000 years" is extended by a drum solo and some Paul Stanley banter. Other songs have extending endings where it seems that the band are jamming onstage. It is this spontaneity that made KISS such a great live act back in their heyday.
The show draws to a close with the definitive live version of "Rock n' Roll all Nite" with a fantastic Ace Frehley solo, and masses of exploding fireworks, and an extended encore of "Let me go Rock n' Roll". You wanted the best, you got the best!
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I had always thought of Kiss as a Glam Rock Band. How much was I mistaken. 2 Years ago I did not own a Kiss album nor even think about getting one..Until I had the fortune to Work with Gene Simmons ex chaffeur... For a year he would tell me stories about life on the road with Kiss... and one day brought in the Alive album... I was hooked...from the first chords to Deuce to the end notes of Let me go Rock and Roll, fantastic album..catches Kiss in their prime...In my opinion on of the best Live albums of all time.
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This is a great album to have if you're a kiss fan, like me. This album is a live recording and is well worth the money! The music is great, good sound quality and it's like being at the Kiss concert, I'm very happy with it!
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wow!! every song warp factor 10,making a mockery of the sound of the ist 3 albums,this smokes your stereo,listen to duece with the cans on - feel your head rattle as the flashbombs explode,nuthin could top this,could it? well that would be alive 2,but thats another story.this band were previously timid on record are striding like a colossus on this one,hard to believe the rot and in fighting had already started.one mystery will always be why did room service not make the final cut?
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