Category: KISS

KISS – Off The Soundboard ; Tokyo Dome Japan 2001-13-03 (2021)

Off The Soundboard” is the new official “bootleg” live series for KISS, released by the band together with UMe / Mercury. The series start with KISS’ epic performance at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan on March 13, 2001, and will be available as a 3-LP standard black vinyl set and a 2-CD set.
This show comes from the band’s vault of soundboard recordings, featuring Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Ace Frehley. We have here the 21 songs performed that night, including all their hits but also some of their underrated ’80s songs.
Of course there’s copies of this concert circulating among fans, but none with the A+ sound quality of this official release, professionally mastered and silver pressed…

KISS – The Solo Albums ; Paul Stanley [Japan SHM-CD remastered Limited Numbered] Out Of Print

These have been requested several times; the 1978 KISS ‘solo albums’ from each band member in its Japanese SHM-CD pressing. Many of you reported finding fake SHM-CD rips all over the net, so here’s the real deal, the numbered limited edition of each including full artwork.
Just like Ace, Paul Stanley knew that his strength was in straight forward, guitar-driven rock n’ roll, so even as a solo artist on “Paul Stanley” he didn’t stray very far from the formula that made KISS so successful. “Tonight You Belong To Me” and “Move On” start the album off with a nice one-two punch…

KISS – The Solo Albums ; Ace Frehley [Japan SHM-CD remastered Limited Numbered] Out Of Print

These have been requested several times; the 1978 KISS ‘solo albums’ from each band member in its Japan SHM-CD pressing. Many of you reported finding fake SHM-CD rips all over the net, so here’s the real deal, the numbered limited edition of each including full artwork.
I wonder if anyone predicted in 1978 that KISS’ good natured but shy six stringer “Ace Frehley” would wind up producing the only truly classic album out of the solo four pack? I bet listeners were saying “Damn! I knew Ace was good, but I didn’t know he was THIS good!”
From the moment you press play on the barn burning opener “Rip It Out,” Ace is off and running and he doesn’t let up until the final fade out of the closing instrumental “Fractured Mirror”…

KISS – The Solo Albums ; Gene Simmons [Japan SHM-CD remastered Limited Numbered] Out Of Print

These have been requested several times; the 1978 KISS ‘solo albums’ from each band member in its Japan SHM-CD pressing. Many of you reported finding fake SHM-CD rips all over the net, so here’s the real deal, the numbered limited edition of each including full artwork.
For “Gene Simmons” the KISS Army was waiting for a down-n-dirty, rumbling metal monster, but while Gene’s album some of KISS style hard rock (“Radioactive”), there’s Beatle-esque acoustic noodling (“Mr. Make Believe” and “See You Tonight”) and a orchestrated string songs and other studio trickery…

KISS – The Solo Albums ; Peter Criss [Japan SHM-CD remastered Limited Numbered] Out Of Print

These have been requested several times; the 1978 KISS ‘solo albums’ from each band member in its Japan SHM-CD pressing. Many of you reported finding fake SHM-CD rips all over the net, so here’s the real deal, the numbered limited edition of each including full artwork.
Peter will readily admit that musically, he was the “odd man out” in KISS. He was born a few years earlier than his band mates, so while they were growing up on a steady hard rockin’ diet of Led Zeppelin, the Who, and the Beatles, Peter came of age in the late 50s/early ’60s listening to lots of swing music and the soul, doo-wop and girl groups of rock n’ roll’s formative years.
Therefore, it makes sense that his solo album “Peter Criss” is a smooth, retro flavored pop-rock record with a dance-able edge…

PAUL STANLEY’S SOUL STATION – Now And Then (2021)

Kiss co-founder & frontman PAUL STANLEY has spent the last few years developing a project close to his heart. ‘Soul Station’ is a band gathering some of today’s leading musicians to pay tribute to the greatest artists and songs from the R&B and soul catalog to keep this vital music current. While a surprise to many, Stanley’s early pivotal roots in this music has quietly turned this passion into a celebrated touring and recording band.
Stanley’s 15-piece ensemble group has toured the U.S. and Japan, and recently recorded an album of nine classic soul songs and five new original songs. To be released tomorrow, here’s PAUL STANLEY’s SOUL STATION “Now And Then”.

KISS – Best Of Solo Albums [Japan Hi-Res MQA-CD UHQCD / DSD remaster 2020] *EXCLUSIVE*

Universal Music Japan has released few months ago a High Resolution disc (MQA-CD + UHQCD) of KISSBest Of Solo Albums“, a 2020 DSD remaster based on the original analog tape converted to 352.8kHz / 24bit.
The compilation was never released in North America, so here it’s quite a rarity. Seems there never has been an official CD release either. Any CD would be a bootleg, until now: this Japanese is an official Universal Music release.
“Best Of Solo Albums“ is a really must have addition to your collection, even if you have all the solo albums: Paul Stanley’s “Take Me Away (Together As One)” is featured here in its complete version (not fade out like on the actual solo album), the intro to Peter Criss “I Can’t Stop The Rain” is louder in the mix, etc.
Excellent sound quality.
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KISS – Smashes, Thrashes & Hits [Japan Hi-Res MQA-CD UHQCD / DSD remaster 2020] *EXCLUSIVE*

And the last release of the KISS ‘best of 2020 series’ made by Universal Music Japan on a High Resolution disc (MQA-CD + UHQCD) DSD master based on US original analog tape converted to 352.8kHz / 24bit is “Smashes, Thrashes & Hits“, at the time the fourth KISS hits album overall but the second released by the band in the United States (‘Killers’ and ‘Chikara’ were not released there originally).
Of the 15 songs on the album, two were new compositions, and three were released after the band’s unmasking in 1983. The remaining 10 were all released during the band’s years in make-up, and most of them, ‘remixed 1988’, which generated some controversy.
”Smashes, Thrashes & Hits [Japan Hi-Res MQA-CD UHQCD / DSD remaster 2020]” has been released past month, but it’s almost sold out. Hurry up to get your copy.
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KISS – Killers [Japan Hi-Res MQA-CD UHQCD / DSD remaster 2020] *EXCLUSIVE*

Universal Music Japan has released a couple months ago a High Resolution disc (MQA-CD + UHQCD) of KISSKillers“, a 2020 DSD remaster based on US original analog tape converted to 352.8kHz / 24bit.
At the time of its release (1982) “Killers” became a rarity, at least for the American public, because it wasn’t released in the USA. The album included some of the recent KISS hits re-mixed, but also 4 new songs, recorded specifically for this release.
These new songs were recorded at the behest of Phonogram / Casablanca Records, in response to the commercial failure of 1981’s Music from “The Elder”.
The sound definition of this MQA-CD + UHQCD is excellent.
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KISS – Double Platinum [Japan Hi-Res (MQA x UHQCD) Limited Release remaster 2020]

Universal Music Japan has released a couple months ago a High Resolution disc (MQA-CD + UHQCD) of KISS essential album “Double Platinum“, a 2020 DSD master based on US original analog tape converted to 352.8kHz / 24bit.
KISS’s first best compilation album summarizes the most representative songs from their first 6 original albums, but including a new recording “Strutter ’78” and other 9 songs in a newly re-mixed version.
KISS were cruising at high speed during their late-’70s heyday. The band’s label, Casablanca, decided to do things a little differently than it would to a standard greatest-hits package. Sean Delaney and Mike Stone remixed many of the tracks, peppering them with noticeable sonic tweaks.
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ACE FREHLEY – Origins Vol.2 (2020)

The second covers album from ACE FREHLEY, “Origins, Vol. 2,” kicks off with Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times Bad Times.” Ace is very much aware of that song being the first song on the first side of the first Zeppelin album, and the first single that the band released in the United States.
Mountain’s “Never in My Life” follows utilizing the lyrics from the Japanese album insert with the more appropriate “bolt of lightning” reference. For some this song is less well known than the signature “Mississippi Queen,” but it features a riff that Jimi Hendrix purportedly dug on hearing while Mountain worked in the studio in 1970.
Fans of the heavier Frehley penned KISS classic “Strange Ways” should dig the riff too. In addition to connecting with old songs, Frehley has also reconnected with old friends on “Origins, Vol. 2.” The first of

KISS – The Hottest Show On Earth [Simfy Live / Guadalajara, Mexico, 10.02.10] *EXCLUSIVE*

The Hottest Show On Earth Tour” was a concert tour by KISS in support of their 19th studio album, Sonic Boom. It is essentially the North American leg of the Sonic Boom Over Europe Tour, itself a continuation of the Kiss Alive/35 World Tour that started in 2008.
As with previous concert tours, live recordings of every show were sold after the show at the venue by SymfyLive, officially approved by KISS.
KISS also played in Mexico for the first time since 2004 during this tour, and this ”The Hottest Show On Earth Tour” was captured in Guadalajara on Oct 02, 2010.
The sound quality is excellent, A MUST HAVE for KISS fans and collectors.
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KISS – Rock The Nation 2004 World Tour (Instant Live Series) 07.10.04 Columbus, OH *EXCLUSIVE*

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As requested, here’s the out of print, rare, one of Instant Live Series of KISSRock The Nation 2004 World Tour” releases. ‘Kiss Instant Live‘ is a series of 2-CD live albums, each containing a recording of the complete set from a show on the Rock The Nation Tour from 2004. The discs were recorded and distributed through Live Nation, official Kiss merchandise.
The CD sets were issued in double-CD digipak format (same barcode for all shows). Covers had transparent stickers used for the venue, and disc track-listings were made available from the Instant Live website (no longer online) which could be printed by the purchaser and attached to the back of the package.
The set lists differ slightly between shows. This 07/10/04 Columbus, OH show includes most Kiss hits from their golden era. Sound quality is excellent / A++.
All of the ‘Kiss Instant Live’ albums from this tour are out of print.
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KISS – Sonic Boom Over Europe Series [Live in Stockholm 12.06.2010] *EXCLUSIVE*

“KISS Sonic Boom Over Europe” is a series of live albums (2xCDs, or USB stick), containing a recording of the complete set from a European show on the Sonic Boom Over Europe Tour which began May 1, 2010 in Sheffield, England.
Almost each show was recorded, and sold as souvenir for the fans. The discs were recorded and distributed through Simfy Live, official and approved by KISS.
Here we have, as requested one of these exclusive releases: “KISS Sonic Boom Over Europe / Live in Stockholm 12.06.2010”. The sound quality is Top Notch, A++
A collectors item
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WHITE TIGER (Mark St. John of KISS) – White Tiger [Remastered +5] (2019)

After recording on KISS’ 1984 album ‘Animalize’, guitarist Mark St. John (RIP) formed WHITE TIGER with vocalist David Donato, previously chosen by Tony Iommi as singer for Black Sabbath (but that did not last long).
The band released this debut LP in 1986, as you can guess looking at the cover artwork, a glam metal / US hard rock album released by E.M.C. Records with a sound style similar to KEEL.
White Tiger” now has been reissued in this remastered form including as bonus tracks the pre-production demos for the band’s second album that never crystallized.