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CD Reviews
Live To Win
Review by Greg Olma
If you are a male and a Kiss fan, I think I can say with some degree of confidence that your favorite member of Kiss was either Gene or Ace. Gene blew fire and spit blood which made all of us think he was super cool. Ace was cool just because he seemed the most rock ‘n’ roll.
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Concert Reviews
Paul Stanley - Live In Chicago, IL, November 2006
Review by Greg Olma
For those of us in the Kiss Army not stationed in the New York area, it has been a long time coming for this tour. More specifically, it has been 17 long years.
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Kiss - Alive
Review by Gary Hill
Without question, Kiss’ biggest claim to fame, especially in the early days, was their live show.

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Kiss - Alive III
Review by Gary Hill
This is the third live album by Kiss, but I bet you figured that out from the title.

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Kiss - Creatures of the Night
Review by Gary Hill

I remember when this disc came out I was purely blown away by it. Kiss had never rocked this hard and the album was extremely strong.


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Kiss - Kiss Rocks Vegas DVD
Review by G. W. Hill
A couple years ago, Kiss did a very special stint in Las Vegas. This DVD/CD set captures that.


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Kiss - Live in Chicago, IL, November, 2009
Review by Travis Jensen
If you are between the ages of 8 and 80 and from the planet Earth, then you are well aware of the band Kiss.
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Kiss - Live In Rockford, IL, 2000
Review by Gary Hill
This tour is being billed as the "Farewell Tour". Consider this reviewer a bit skeptical about whether or not the band will actually retire. However, they really are putting their all into the performance this time out.
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Kiss - Music From The Elder
Review by Gary Hill
When it was recorded in 1981, this album was to have been a masterwork of epic proportions. A concept album with serious prog leanings, early preview copies of the album received poor reviews.
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Kiss - Nothin’ To Lose: The Making Of Kiss (1972-1975) written by Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Ken Sharp
Review by Greg Olma

There have been many books released about the band Kiss.


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Kiss - Psycho Circus
Review by Gary Hill
The first studio album from the reunited classic Kiss lineup, Psycho Circus is a respectable and entertaining release that seems to strive to combine the older Kiss sound with newer leanings.
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Kiss - Rock and Roll Over
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed the song “Calling Dr. Love” on the review of the Kiss Klassics disc of Sonic Boom, so, for the sake of consistency, I’ll adapt that review for use here.


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Kiss - Sonic Boom
Review by Gary Hill
Sonic Boom is the latest album from Kiss.
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Kiss - Symphony:Alive IV
Review by MSJ Admin
This is the fourth installment of the Kiss Alive series. The first Alive, which was recorded in Detroit Michigan takes us back to 1975.
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Kiss - The Second Coming DVD
Review by Greg Olma

I have been a Kiss fan since 1975, but at the time I was too young to go to concerts to see the band.  Instead, I had to enjoy the group through pictures and the occasional TV appearance.


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Kiss - The Vintage DVD
Review by Greg Olma

There have been a whole host of Kiss DVDs out on the market not including the “official” releases from the band. 


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