Lick It Up - KISS - Alive! 1975-2000 (CD)


  1. Gujinn
    Alive! The Millennium Concert is a live album by the American hard rock band Kiss. It was released on November 21, as part of the Kiss Alive! – box set.
  2. Fenrishicage
    Kiss Alive! – is a collection of live recordings from American hard rock band Kiss. It was released by Universal Music on November 21,
  3. Yokus
    The Millennium Concert – in a box set of all the Alive albums, Kiss Alive! 10, limited numbered copies were released on vinyl in the US. Unlike past Alive releases, the songs on the album appear in the order they were performed, with the concert split into three acts. In Act One, Kiss performed six songs by themselves.
  4. Nerr
    Dec 06,  · "Kiss Alive! " comes with the first three "Alive" albums from , , and , as well as the December 31, Millennium show from Vancouver, British Columbia, which was supposed to be "Alive IV" but was never released. The first "Alive!".
  5. Moogurn
    What a collection of live material from a great band, the disc stands up well in the collection and the studio side on Alive 11 is also great. I used to own all of the Kiss records from Kiss all the way up to Lick It Up and still have a lot of them now so I am a bit biased/5().
  6. Grogore
    Editors’ Notes It’s no coincidence that Kiss’ incredible rise to fame came on the release of their first Alive! album. The double-LP captured the raw essence that had been muted on their three previous studio albums. Air-guitar anthems such as “Deuce,” “Firehouse,” “Hotter Than Hell,” and “Black Diamond” suddenly came, yes, alive.
  7. Migor
    The tidal-wave roar of pop-metal sing-along “Lick It Up,” recorded just before the new millennium, goes toe-to-toe with “Deuce” and any other sludgy, stomping jam that appears on the original edition of Alive!. The version of “Unholy” captures Kiss without makeup at their heaviest, as it .
  8. Arashimi
    The re-release of Alive III (as part of the Kiss Alive! – box set) contains an additional track, "Take It Off", matching the original international CD and US vinyl versions of the album.
  9. Gazragore
    Call him polarizing as much as you want, but Vinnie Vincent's lead guitar work is some of the best on a KISS album from the 's. He co-wrote eight of the album's ten tracks. Rick Derringer is credited as playing guitar on Exciter. KISS would follow up Lick It Up with 's Animalize/5().

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