For one glorious sixty-second span near the end of their new album 'Monster,' Kiss once again (and finally) earn the title of "the hottest band in the land. But what about the other 42 minutes? The magic moment happens during the album's penultimate track, 'Take Me Down Below,' which features a primal, rhythmic riff that sounds more like early AC/DC than anything in the Kiss catalog. Other highlights on 'Monster' - which could most simply be described as a heavier, slightly more complex sequel to their 2009 retro-leaning studio comeback 'Sonic Boom' - include the a capella opening segment of the cowbell-heavy 'Eat Your Heart Out' and the Stones-ish "whoo whoo"s in the chorus of the soulful 'Shout Mercy.
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Part-time band and full-time business, Kiss have hardly set the world alight musically for something approaching 367 years. Known more for their penchant for hawking acres of tacky merch, the New Yorkers follow up 2009’s Sonic Boom (name a song from that record without looking it up) with another album about girls, low-down street life and other passé things like that. No doubt Gene Simmons, still heavily competing for biggest arsehole on the planet, will tell you he doesn’t care what we all think; he’s got money, bitches and bling.
As Kiss approach 40 years of ridiculously dumb rock & roll fun, it makes sense that their 20th studio album, Monster, is more self-referential than anything. Following 2009's Sonic Boom, the album marks the second set of tunes by a revamped "original" Kiss lineup, with Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons joined by new guitarist Tommy Thayer and re-emerging drummer Eric Singer donning the makeup and personas originated by Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, respectively
Leetspeak monsters will release their new album "Monster’s Theater" on July 11th and have a new look! See all posts about the album here! Album: Monster’s Theater Release date: July 11th 2018 Gothic-ban Tracks: 1. Wonderland（新曲） 2. Welcome to Grave Town 3. Cheeky devil 4. mind control 5. Thunderman 6. Black Cat(Midnight Cat Remix) 7. Jac. Monster’s Theater by Leetspeak monsters (album details + NEW LOOK).
Get the KISS Setlist of the concert at Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo, Brazil on August 27, 1994 from the Kiss My Ass Tour and other KISS Setlists for free on setlist. Festival Time! Hey, this setlist was played at a festival: Monsters of Rock Brazil 1994 setlists.
|Live - Schweinfurt, Germany, 27 Aug. 1988|
|4||No No No|
|5||Crazy Crazy Nights|
|6||Tears Are Falling|
|7||I Love It Loud|
|8||Shout It Out Loud|
|9||Rock And Roll All Nite|
|10||Detroit Rock City|
|Live - Nashville, TN, USA, 11 Jan. 1984|
|11||Creatures Of The Night|
|12||Detroit Rock City|
|14||I Love It Loud|
|16||All Hell's Breaking Loose|
|17||Lick It Up|
NotesClear, unmarked cassette.
|MM 9101||Kiss||Monsters Of Rock (CD, Unofficial)||Mistral Music||MM 9101||Italy||1991|
|BAN-030-D||Kiss||Boxx (Vol. 4) (CD, Unofficial)||Banana||BAN-030-D||Australia||1993|
|ML 91602||Kiss||What Other Monsters ? (CD, Unofficial)||Meltdown||ML 91602||Europe||1991|
|GYPSY EYE 083||Kiss||Crazy Lovemaker (CD, Unofficial)||Gypsy Eye||GYPSY EYE 083||Japan||Unknown|