Alive! is the first live album, and fourth overall, by American hard rock band Kiss. It is considered to be their breakthrough and a landmark for live albums. Released on September 10, 1975, the double-disc set contains live versions of selected tracks from their first three studio albums, Kiss, Hotter Than Hell and Dressed to Kill. It was recorded at concerts in Detroit, Michigan; Cleveland, Ohio; Wildwood, New Jersey; and Davenport, Iowa on May 16, June 21, July 20 and July 23, 1975.
Album Name Kiss Alive: 1975-2000. Type Box Set. Released date 17 November 2006. Labels Universal Music Group. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album40. Disc 1 - alive ! 1. Strutter. 18. Star Spangled Banner. 19. Take It Off. Disc 4 - alive IV: the millennium concert (2000). 2. Shout It Out Loud.
It was their first Top Ten album, remaining on the charts for 110 weeks. Culled from shows in Detroit, New Jersey, Iowa, and Cleveland on the Dressed to Kill tour, the record features producer Eddie Kramer doing a masterful job of capturing the band's live performance on record. Rock and Roll All Nite" became a Top 20 smash and was the main reason for the album's success, but there are many other tracks that are just as strong - "Deuce," "Strutter," "Firehouse," "Parasite," "She," "100,000 Years," "Black Diamond," and "Cold Gin" all shine in a live setting. Although there's been some speculation of extensive overdubbing to correct mistakes, Alive! remains Kiss' greatest album ever. An essential addition to any rock collection.
Album Name Kiss Symphony Alive IV. Type Live. Data wpisu Lipiec 2003. Wydawcy Sanctuary Records. Styl muzycznyHard-Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album3.
Alive! is Kiss' fourth album and is considered their breakthrough, as well as a landmark for live albums. Released on September 10, 1975, the double-disc set contains live versions of selected tracks from their first three studio albums, Kiss, Hotter Than Hell, and Dressed to Kill. However, the album was a flop, and Casablanca Records had pressed millions of copies in anticipation. The band and Aucoin were nevertheless able to convince Bogart that a memento of a Kiss show would boost their album sales. Years later, both guitarist Paul Stanley and bassist Gene Simmons recounted that in the weeks after the release, they saw a significant increase in concert attendance. In the documentary Kiss: X-treme Close Up, Stanley remembers that at one particular show in Dayton, Ohio, "the place was packed; I mean you couldn't have gotten another person in with a shoehorn.
Kiss Alive 35 is a series of 2 CD live albums, each containing a recording of the complete set from a European show on the KISS Alive/35 World Tour from 2008. A second set of recordings from the North American leg of this tour were released in 2009. The tracklist for this leg, in addition to including many songs from the previous Alive 35 shows, also includes some songs from their 2009 studio album Sonic Boom. While the track list does differ by show and the 2 CDs may be split in different spots, most of the albums feature the following songs: CD 1.
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NotesWednesday August 17 1977
Selland Arena, Fresno, San Francisco CA U.S.A.
Limited to 150 numbered copies