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  1. Set the World on Fire Live (Box 10 CD) by Kiss. out of 5 stars Audio CD $ $ $ shipping. Kiss: Live in Vegas. | CC. out of 5 stars KISS The Albums Piece Puzzle. out of 5 stars $ $ FREE Shipping by Amazon. In stock on August 20,
  2. Jun 02,  · A great debut record. Kiss would go on to do better, but you hear the makings of a good, hungry band ready to make their mark. I wouldn't say its one of the 10 best debut rock records of all-time, but I still gave it 5 stars/5(K).
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  4. May 23,  · KISS's debut album! With interesting facts, rumors, video and photo material! *the video has some spelling errors, English is not my.
  5. Bob Carlisle Butterfly Kisses (Shades of Grace) CD Album DMG. $ Was: Previous Price $ Butterfly Kisses by Bob Carlisle Music CD. $ Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me by Gloria Estefan Music CD. $ Kiss - Sonic Boom CD Brand New Sealed with some light shelf wear. $ Got one to .
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  7. Marc Maron on Underrated Albums and Interviewing Difficult Musicians Crowbar's Kirk Windstein on Longevity, Borrowing from the Best, and His Favorite Album Radio on the TV: Performances from MGMT, KISS, Bastille and More.
  8. The band's eponymous debut album was released in The album did not have a hit single and rose only as high as 87 on Billboard, despite significant touring and promotion. The follow-up album, Hotter Than Hell (), was a bigger disappointment, peaking at and quickly dropping off the charts. Dressed to Kill, released in , was a much bigger success, breaking into Top, but the.
  9. of listening and a lot more outright thievery to Alive II, resulting in a textbook demonstration of how to play Stones/Who hard guitar solos on "King of the Night Time World" and "Shock Me" are note-for-note duplications of sections from Pete Townshend's long improvisation ("My Generation") on side two of Live at Leeds. Even more startling is the way the screams over sustained guitar.

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