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Customer Reviews

Just 1 thing

They should have played Detroit Rock City

Oh My God (of thunder)

Like almost every other review I find myself wondering, What the hell happened to KISS? Worlds best band or scam artists? For over 30 years I have loved this band. Countless times I have had to defend them. Now I have to draw the line. I can't do it anymore! Gene, all these live and greatest hits albums show that you care very little for your fans. In fact it shows contempt for us. How many times will you repackage these songs that every KISS fan already has? The intelligent fan wants and needs more. Please I beg of you show an ounce of respect for us and go back to the studio. Even if it were the worst piece of crap you ever produced at least I would not have my 15th album with "Rock and Roll All Nite" on it. Please how about some love.

Make it go away

I am a huge Kiss fan, or I should say I was. Is there any original music this band can make. How many times do I need to buy Beth, Rock and Roll All Night, and the countless others. Please if you really care about your music and fans, just stop and fay away into your sunset.


Formed: 1973 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Rooted in the campy theatrics of Alice Cooper and the sleazy hard rock of glam rockers the New York Dolls, Kiss became a favorite of American teenagers in the '70s. Most kids were infatuated with the look of Kiss, not their music. Decked out in outrageously flamboyant costumes and makeup, the band fashioned a captivating stage show featuring dry ice, smoke bombs, elaborate lighting, blood spitting, and fire breathing that captured the imaginations of thousands of kids. But Kiss' music shouldn't be...
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