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MTV UNPLUGGED was recorded live as part of MTV's "Unplugged" television series. Kiss: Paul Stanley (vocals, acoustic guitar); Gene Simmons (vocals, acoustic bass); Eric Singer (vocals, drums); Bruce Kulick (acoustic guitar). Additional personnel includes: Jon Grindstaff (conductor, arranger); Ace Frehley (vocals, acoustic guitar); Peter Criss (vocals, drums); Phil Ashley (piano). Recorded live at Sony Music Studios, New York, New York. Personnel: Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley (vocals, guitar); Peter Criss (vocals, drums); Gene Simmons (vocals); Jon Grindstaff (strings); Phillip Ashley (piano); Eric Singer (drums). Recording information: 1996. Director: Joe Perota. Editors: Tat; Ralph. Never given their due by critics but loved by legions of fans, Kiss have become accepted in rock folklore partly because of their ability to write fun songs about groupies, sex and the glamour of being a rock star, without coming off as pretentious louts. These topics get revisited on MTV UNPLUGGED, with the added bonus of prod...
Song List: Disc 1
1. Comin Home
2. Plaster Caster
3. Goin' Blind
4. Do You Love Me
5. Domino
6. Sure Know Something
7. World Without Heroes, A
8. Rock Bottom
9. See You Tonight
10. I Still Love You
11. Every Time I Look at You
12. 2000 Man
13. Beth
14. Nothin' to Lose
15. Rock and Roll All Nite
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Label:  Mercury
Release Date:  March 12, 1996
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review by . April 22, 2011
KISS Alive And Unplugged!
   It's no secret that KISS' popularity was solidified by their live albums, particularly 1975's Alive!, and their live shows.  Full of electricity, smoke, fireworks, theatrics, and tongue-in-cheek tunes, KISS worked their lives shows as if each one was their last.      When the popular 1990's MTV series Unplugged, where popular acts were stripped of their electronic equipment and played acoustic sets, announced that the hottest band in the world …
review by . March 08, 2001
posted in Music Matters
Pros: You get to hear the musical ability of this band.     Cons: Why do they ever let Ace sing?     The Bottom Line: A great band, a great concert idea...It could not help but be good!!     You have to give these guys their due. Rocking for the past zillion years, they have continuously been able to produce great rock and roll! Yes, they have had their ups and downs. But through it all, the band has stayed true to itself...and it's music.   …
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