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Track Listing
CD1 - Agora Ballroom, Cleveland 1st April 1974
1. Deuce
2. Strutter
3. Cold Gin
4. She
5. Firehouse
6. Nothin’ To Lose
7. 100,000 Years
8. Black Diamond

CD2 - WLLZ Detroit, 8th December 1984 - Part 1
1. Detroit Rock City
2. Cold Gin
3. Creatures Of The Night
4. Fits Like A Glove
5. Heaven’s On Fire
6. Thrills In The Night
7. Paul Stanley Guitar Solo
8. Under The Gun

CD3 - WLLZ Detroit, 8th December 1984 - Part 2
1. War Machine
2. Eric Carr Drum Solo
3. Young and Wasted
4. Gene Simmonds Bass Solo
5. I Love It Loud
6. I Still Love You
7. Love Gun
8. Black Diamond
9. Oh Susannah
10. Lick It Up
11. Rock And Roll All Nite

CD4 - The Ritz, NYC, 12th August 1988
1. Deuce
2. Love Gun
3. Fits Like A Glove
4. Heaven’s On Fire
5. Cold Gin
6. Black Diamond
7. Bang Bang You
8. No No No
9. Firehouse
10. Crazy Crazy Nights
11. Calling Dr. Love
12. War Machine
13. Reason To Live
14. Tears Are Falling
15. I Love It Loud
16. Strutter
17. Shout It Out Loud
18. Lick It Up
19. Rock And Roll All Nite
20. Detroit Rock City
Artist:
Kiss
Title:
Radio Waves 1974-1988 - The very best of Kiss
Label:
Anglo Atlantic
Cat No:
CDAA032
Format:
CD
Price £14.99
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• This powerful anthology features digitally re-mastered versions of three legendary live broadcasts by KISS during the halcyon years from their first commercial breakthrough in 1974 through to the launch of their greatest hits album in1988.

• KISS were formed in New York City in January 1973 by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons. From the birth of the band a notable part of the act were the striking face paint and stage outfits worn by the members. The group swiftly rose to prominence on a wave of hard won publicity and their live performances grew ever more elaborate. Eventually fire breathing, blood-spitting, smoking guitars, shooting rockets, levitating drum kits, and assorted pyrotechnics were incorporated into a stage act which understandably helped the group achieve legendary status.

• The original lineup featured here on Disc 1 showcases KISS in concert broadcasting live from Cleveland’s Agora Ballroom on 1st April 1974. This powerful set including early classics such as ‘Deuce’ and ‘Strutter’ and is an important record of KISS as they began the climb to fame in 1974.

• The Detroit show on Disc 2 and 3 of this set was broadcast live on the day Kulick officially joined the band and features the debut of the Kulick KISS line-up performing here in unmasked mode.