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All lyrics from Alive! album, popular Kiss songs with tracklist and information about album. Kiss "Alive!" (1975) album.
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.
kiss Alive (Full Album 1/2). UMG (от лица компании "Casablanca Records"); UBEM, CMRRA, Warner Chappell, UMPG Publishing, UMPI, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. Nothin' To Lose (Live). Авторы текста и музыки.
When Fried Alive was recorded live at Long Beach Auditorium on May 31, 1974, the band had only one album out: 1974's Kiss. In fact, most of the seven songs that Kiss performs in Long Beach are from that self-titled debut album, including "Black Diamond," "Deuce," "Firehouse," "Strutter," "Nothin' to Lose," and "100,000 Years. Stanley doesn't do nearly as much talking as he would at future shows, and Fried Alive gives the impression that in May 1974, Kiss hadn't fully mastered the art of putting on a show.
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What if Kiss put out a live album? It’d be less expensive than a studio recording and might preserve some of the band’s incendiary live show. At the time, live records weren’t considered a legitimate product; bands released them mainly to fulfill contracts. Alive! rescued both Kiss and Casablanca from oblivion. The band’s next three albums-Destroyer (1976), Rock and Roll Over (1976), and Love Gun (1977)-were all certified platinum. In 1977, Kiss topped a Gallup poll as the most popular act among American teens. But Alive! also changed the music industry. Shortly after it hit, just about every hard rock band issued live albums, says Greg Prato, a writer for Rolling Stone and the author of The Eric Carr Story, about Kiss’s short-lived drummer Eric Carr.
|A2||Nothin To Lose|
|B4||Rock 'N' Roll All Night (San Diego '76)|
NotesRecorded live at the Long Beach Auditorium on May 31, 1974.
"Tapes courtesy of the last free radio show, Quaser Nevets, Jon & Bret"
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): IMP 1113-B "For The Heavy Metal Kids"
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): IMP 1113-A "Lord, Forgive Me!"
|IMP 1113||Kiss||Fried Alive! (LP, Unofficial, Blu)||Not On Label (Kiss)||IMP 1113||US||1976|
|WRMB 385||Kiss||First Kiss In Long Island (LP, Unofficial)||Wizardo Records||WRMB 385||Japan||Unknown|
|KARTON001||Kiss||Fried Alive! (LP, Ltd, Num, RE, Unofficial, Blu)||Karton Records California||KARTON001||Europe||2012|
|KARTON001||Kiss||Fried Alive! (LP, Ltd, Num, Pic, Unofficial)||Karton Records California||KARTON001||Europe||2012|
|1113||Kiss||Fried Alive! (LP, Unofficial, Red)||First Kiss Records||1113||US||1976|