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Kiss -S/t lp [us]

Kiss -S/t lp [us]

Early US pressing with blue Casablanca label without the Sunset Boulevard adress or Warner Bros on the label. This also has the Kiss logo and album title in the lower blue area instead of being inside the white palace area. Continue reading

Kiss – Electric Magic [green]

Green vinyl Electric Magic contains a real find in Kisstory, a soundboard recording from The Brewery, East Lansing, Michigan on the 21st of October 1974. Yes thats right a show from the Hotter Than Hell tour. Hotter Than Hell was Continue reading

Kiss – Crazy Nights

Dutch pressing with printed innersleeve Just when you thought Kiss couldn't be further removed from their raw rock/metal roots with 1985's lackluster Asylum, the band sinks even further with 1987's popfest Crazy Nights. Kiss were the most unfocused they had Continue reading

Kiss – Destroyer [germany]

West German pressing with the censored Kizz logo on cover The pressure was on Kiss for their fourth studio release, and the band knew it. Their breakthrough, Alive!, was going to be hard to top, so instead of trying to Continue reading

Kiss – Simmons Meteor

With red Parrot labels From what I’ve seen, 1977 was a fantastic year to be a rebellious teenager in the Bay Area with a little bit of disposable income. There was no greater night than Aug. 16, when KISS, the Continue reading

Kiss – Egos At The Stake [blue]

Double album on smokey blue vinyl Egos At The Stake were recorded during Kiss short The Unmasked Tour in 1980. The Unmasked Tour was the first tour not to feature original drummer Peter Criss, and the touring debut of his Continue reading

Kiss – Psycho Circus

Limited picture disc The reunion tour was a major global success. Unfortunally the reunion album doesnt come close to classics like 'Destroyer' or 'Dressed to Kill'. There is no 'Rock n' Roll All Nite' or 'Detroit Rock City' here. The Continue reading

Kiss – London Rock City

Picture disc with cover Following the cancellation of Sonisphere, the rumour mill had been rife regarding certain bands rescheduling. With both Faith No More and Queen booked to play Brixton and Hammersmith respectively, it seemed it was inevitable that Kiss Continue reading

Kiss – Sonic Boom

Limited picture disc In the 11 years since their last album, the big and bloated Psycho Circus, the reunited, original, make-up wearing Kiss split once again when Ace Frehley and Peter Criss hit the door. In a shocking move that Continue reading

Kiss – The Best Of Solo Albums

Limited picture disc The four Kiss solo albums released in September 1978 were indeed hit-or-miss affairs. One was very good (Ace Frehley), another was similar to the expected Kiss sound (Paul Stanley), while the other two touched upon different musical Continue reading

Kiss -Nola dlp [white]

Kiss -Nola dlp [white]

Double album on white vinyls with gatefold cover in 3D

On Sept. 18, 1983, the band Kiss – in a promotional stunt for its new album Lick It Up, on the fledgling station MTV – appeared in public, officially, sans Continue reading

Kiss – Nola [blue]

Double album on dark blue vinyls with gatefold cover in 3D On Sept. 18, 1983, the band Kiss – in a promotional stunt for its new album Lick It Up, on the fledgling station MTV – appeared in public, officially, Continue reading

Kiss – Double Runes Rule

Limited picture disc Kiss recorded at St. Paul Civic Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on the 1st of December 1987. This is a venue that has capacity of 15 406 visitors. I havent been able to find how many attendance Continue reading

Kiss – Lost Kisses [japan]

Japan release Before Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley reunited with Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, they recorded Carnival of Souls with guitarist Bruce Kulick and drummer Eric Singer, intending to release the record either in late 1995 or early 1996. Continue reading

Kiss – Alive III [japan]

Japan press with OBI-strip and Japanese lyric insert Though it was recorded on the tour following the band's strongest album in a decade (Revenge), Alive III in no way measures up to its legendary live predecessors. In fact, only hardcore Continue reading

Kiss – Raised By The Demons

By the 1976, Kiss was already on the way to becoming the biggest rock band on the planet thanks to the success of Alive!, their first album to break the top ten, and the first of many to achieve multi-platinum Continue reading

Kiss – Hotter Than Hell In Paris

Picture disc with cover Kiss first live album Alive was a huge success and it not only brought Kiss the breakthrough they had been seeking, but arguably saved Casablanca, which was close to bankruptcy. Following this success, Kiss partnered with Continue reading

Kiss -Prague 1996 tour poster

Kiss -Prague 1996 tour poster

A tour poster for the two nights, 14 and 15th of December, Kiss did at Sportovni Hala in Prague, Czech Republic during the Alive Worldwide 1996-1997 tour. Size approx 60 x 80 cm