1. The KISS Kruise II Recap


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    Check out this amazing video recap and re-live all the krazy moments on board, at the shows, and at the activities!

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    • KISS Fan Mosaics


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      Promo spot for the official KISS Fan Mosaics!

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      • Paul Stanley Flies


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        7/9/2014 From the KISS/Def Leppard concert at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix, Arizona.

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        • Juggalo Sunday


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          Sometimes a guy just needs to dress up like a circus clown, listen to some rap music and shower in dime store soda; what’s the big freakin’ deal? www.secretpants.net

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          • KISS: "SHANDI" - Ultimate Kiss Video Collection (1980)


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            "Shandi" From the album "Unmasked" Released May, 1980 (Casablanca Records) Produced by Vini Poncia Personnel: Paul Stanley - Rhythm & Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals Ace Frehley - Additional Guitar Anton Fig - Drums Tom Harper - Bass Guitar Holly Knight - Keyboards Gene Simmons - Backup Vocals Vini Poncia - Backup Vocals Notes: This was the first single released from Kiss' 8th studio album "Unmasked" in 1980. Written by Paul Stanley & producer Vini Poncia . It was a top 40 hit in Europe and a major hit for Kiss in Australia, reaching #5. Bassist Gene Simmons & lead guitarist Ace Frehley made minor contributions to the recording and Peter Criss, although he appears in the video and also on the "Unmasked" album cover, he did not contribute to the recording of the single nor any other track on the album. This is his last official appearance with Kiss until 1996's MTV Unplugged and subsequent reunion tour.

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            • KISS Fan Mosaics - Printing Stage - May 30, 2012


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              KISS Fan Mosaics being printed and getting ready for shipment. Thank you to all of the KISS fans who made this an amazing piece of KISSTORY!!

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              • The KISS Demo's: Destroyer (1976)


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                Enjoy this new series, The KISS Demo's! With upgraded sound, seeing demo's most of the time tend to be in poor quality. The songs number is how they were organized on the album and the initial song length on the album! For more info about the 1976 Destroyer album: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Destroyer_(Kiss_album) The KISS Albums Revisited: Destroyer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKTqm_iq9Q8 Tracklist: - Detroit Rock City (1975 Demo) - King Of The Night Time World (Studio Rehearsal) - God Of Thunder (Instrumental) - God Of Thunder (1975 Paul Vocals) - Great Expectations (Alternate Lyrics) - Flaming Youth (Alternate Lyrics) - Beth (Instrumental) - None Of Your Business (unreleased Peter Demo) *Bonus Demo: - Beck (1971 Peter Criss demo)

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                • The KISS Demo's: KISS (1974)


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                  Enjoy this new series, The KISS Demo's! With upgraded sound, seeing demo's most of the time tend to be in poor quality. The songs number is how they were organized on the album(s) and the initial song length on the album! This video holds two recording sessions for demo's, the first recording session was on March 13, 1973 at the Electric Lady Studios with producer Eddie Kramer, these were demo's made to send out to the record labels, the second recording sessions was for the actual recording session for the 1974 KISS album... Not all demo's made it to the album, Watchin' You and Let Me Go Rock & Roll eventually landed on their second album, Hotter Than Hell... For more info about the 1974 KISS album: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiss_(Kiss_album) http://www.kissfaq.com/KissFAQ-wiki/index.php?title=Kiss_Album_Focus_-_Kiss The KISS Albums Revisited: KISS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plxIQecIIV4

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                  • The KISS Demo's: Wicked Lester


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                    Enjoy this series, The KISS Demo's! With upgraded sound, seeing demo's most of the time tend to be in poor quality. This was the final mix of the Wicked Lester album as recorded in August 1972 with a extra song (Long Long Road) that was recorded in Spring 1972. This was suppose to be Gene Simmons' and Paul Stanley's first album with the band Wicked Lester (before that, they were named Rainbow), the album never was released. From wikipedia: "During their brief existence, Wicked Lester performed in public twice. The first show took place at the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg, New York on April 23, 1971. The second, in late summer 1971, was at an Atlantic City, New Jersey hotel hosting a B'nai B'rith Youth Organization event. Not long after that show, the band suffered a major setback when they had all of their musical gear stolen. After a chance meeting with Electric Lady Studios engineer Ron Johnsen, Wicked Lester was given the opportunity to record some demos in late 1971. Johnsen, who produced the demo tape, shopped it to a few labels, with no success. Eventually the tape was screened by Epic Records, who purchased the masters and agreed to fund the recording of a full album. One of the conditions, however, was that Stephen Coronel would be fired and replaced with a better guitarist. Coronel was replaced by session musician Ron Leejack, and the group continued their efforts to finish the album. Some songs were completely re-recorded to accommodate Leejack's different playing style. The entire recording process, which followed a haphazard schedule, took nearly a year to complete. When the completed album was presented to Don Ellis, Epic's A&R director, he stated that he hated the album and was not going to release it. The next day, Wicked Lester manager Lew Linet requested and received the group's release from Epic Records." For more info about Wicked Lester: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicked_Lester http://www.kissfaq.com/KissFAQ-wiki/index.php?title=Kiss_Album_Focus_-_Wicked_Lester

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                    • Rock & Roll Burlesque Dancer Diamondback Annie - "Black Diamond"


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                      Glam rock burlesque tribute to 70s rock icons Kiss that ends with an exploding codpiece a volley of confetti cannons that fire 40 feet into the air! Shot by Hunter Stair at Lucha VaVoom's annual Halloween extravaganza at the Mayan Theater, Los Angeles. Video courtesy of Lucha VaVoom. Music: Kiss, "Black Diamond," from the album Kiss Alive. Cover photo by Bruno O'Hara.

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