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  • Mazukus
    Sep 14,  · Those 80's vinyl reissues are a nightmare. I've got a copy of "Alive" that lists the correct tracks, but reverses the order on the final two songs. "Love Gun" lists the songs in the wrong order (on the vinyl itself!) and "Rock And Roll Over" has "KISS" (the debut) on side one and "R&RO" on side two!
  • Goltikora
    One of the most beloved and influential live albums of all time, Alive! was KISS’s breakthrough LP, catapulting them from obscurity to massive success. Long famous for their live shows, which.
  • Tygokus
    Sep 02,  · Nothin´ To Loose from Kiss. Album: Alive!. Released Lyrics: Before I had a baby I didn't care anyway I thought about the back door I didn't know what to .
  • Kazim
    Nothin' to Lose Vinyl LP Casablanca / Alive! Cassette Casablanca / Alive! Cassette This is the definative KISS album. I never really liked their studio albums. KISS live is the only way to hear them.
  • Nilar
    KISS Vinyl LP. KISS Vinyl LP. Was: $ It was released in August as the third and final single from the album. "Nothin' to Lose" "Nothin' to Lose", the band's first single, is a song written by Simmons and sung by him, Criss and Stanley. The song chronicles the singer coercing his girlfriend into trying anal sex, and her subsequent.
  • Meztilrajas
    The record that forever established Kiss as classic rock legends, Alive!also ushered in the era of the live album. Recorded in Michigan, New Jersey, Iowa, and Ohio on Kiss' Dressed to Kill tour, the double-record set is chock full of explosions, biting guitar solos, onstage banter, and hungry, go-for-broke performances of hard-rock staples such as "Rock And Roll All Nite," "Deuce.
  • Kigakree
    Descripción. discos y portada EX+ incluye libreto e insert japonés. Label: Casablanca ‎– SJET Format:2 × Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Japan Released: 25 Oct
  • Taukora
    The first Kiss album is is one of my favourite albums by any artist, after Strutter it slows a little with the hedonistic Nothin' to Lose then picks up again with Firehouse and Cold Gin, the album closes with some really heavy Kiss classics Deuce, , years and the awesome Black Diamond with drummer Peter Criss on lead vocals/5().

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