Monday, October 31, 2016

NEW: KISS "Pieces Of Latin TV volume 2" - 1DVD

KISS
Pieces of Latin TV volume 2

El Rayo interview (Miami)
MTV News Latin (Brooklyn Bridge report)
MTV News Latin (KISS latinamerican tour 1997)
MTV News Latin (KISS in Mexico 1997 report)
TN News (report Argentina 1997)
MTV Semana Rock (KISS presents)
TN Show (Argentina 1997)
KISS in Concert commercial (Buenos Aires 1997)
MTV News Latin (Buenos Aires 1997 report)
TVA "Ruta Rock" (KISS Buenos Aires 1997)
Versus (Miami interview)
TVN Report (Chile 1997)
TVN KISS in Concert Report (Chile)
Volver 'Puerta V' interview (Buenos Aires 1999)
Psycho Circus (Buenos Aires 1999)
Volver 'Puerta V' (end & credits)
I Was Made For Lovin You (Paulina Rubio)

NOTE incorrectly labeled as volume 1

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Monday, October 24, 2016

NEW: KISS "VH1 Ultimate Albums: Alive!" - 1DVD

KISS - ALIVE! Vh1 Ultimate Albums

Released on September 10, 1975, Alive! is the album that propelled one of rock’s most notorious acts into super stardom, blasting their good time, "rock and roll all nite, party every day" philosophy to millions of fans around the globe.

Formed in New York City in 1973, Kiss - Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss - adopted a flamboyant look and brash musical style. But the band's road to the top was paved with almost insurmountable obstacles. For starters, no one took them seriously. They were seen as a joke, four clowns in pancake makeup with minimal musical talent. Despite bashing by critics, Kiss steadfastly built their following by embarking on an exhaustive touring schedule, performing their larger than life spectacles around the States, gaining fans one by one.

However, much to the band's chagrin, their explosive live shows were not translating into record sales, leading the group to the brink of extinction. The failure of the group's first three studio albums, Kiss, Hotter Than Hell and Dressed To Kill, led the band to a critical financial crossroads. By 1975, Kiss was a quarter million dollars in debt. Their next album release needed to be a hit ... or else.

With few new songs to record, and little money to record them, the band made a desperate and unprecedented choice. They would release a live double album, in effect, a "greatest hits compilation" for a band that never had a hit. By industry standards, it was ridiculous. But in typical Kiss fashion, the band forged ahead.

Enlisting producer Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix/Led Zeppelin), who also produced Kiss' first demo, the group recorded a series of shows in Detroit, Cleveland, Davenport, Iowa and Wildwood, New Jersey. Kiss Alive! was the staggering result. It was an instant hit. The album's single, the group's signature song, "Rock And Roll All Nite," was a smash hit, and the album went on to sell more than four million copies.

To this day, rampant controversy surrounds the Kiss Alive! recording with reports that a large portion of the record was recreated in the studio. The band finally comes clean in this episode of Ultimate Albums, admitting that portions of it were re-dubbed and re-mixed, to perfect its over the top live sound.

Tune in as Ultimate Albums explores a classic LP that inspired legions of followers and proved the live album was a highly profitable enterprise.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

NEW: KISS live in Long Beach 1974 - 1DVD - February 17 - pro-shot

KISS
Live In Long Beach, CA 02/17/1974


DVD Format: NTSC
Source: Professional - Shot (Multi-Camera)
Menus: Yes


Track List:
This DVD holds it`s own special place in Kisstory. For the first time ever, the oldest piece of Kiss footage in history comes to you in nearmint condition with digitally remaster video and sound! Kiss performacnce in Long Beach, Ca.


Bonus Clips:
Rare 8mm. Footage
German Television Performance
European television Spot

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