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Kiss: Exposed
     

Kiss: Exposed

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Director: Claude Borenzweig

Cast: Mark Blankfield, Kiss

 
This disc offers a collection of videos and live performances from the iconic rock band Kiss. The disc offers a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed captions on this release. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence. Fans of the band will love these clips that

Overview

This disc offers a collection of videos and live performances from the iconic rock band Kiss. The disc offers a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed captions on this release. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence. Fans of the band will love these clips that span from 1975-1986. Live performances of "Rock and Roll All Nite," "Detroit Rock City," "Deuce," and a dozen others will make this disc a must-own for loyal members of the Kiss army.

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All Movie Guide
Anyone interested in heavy metal's often-absurd "glam" phase of the 1980's is likely to be fascinated by this video collection from Kiss. The videos included show off just how gaudy and strange early music videos could be, particularly the bizarre post-apocalypse-themed clips from the Lick It Up album, and old-school Kiss fans will thrill to a few live clips from the group's makeup era. However, Kiss Exposed isn't merely a string of music videos. The real entertainment value lies in the wraparound footage, which depicts Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley discussing their career with a comic-relief interviewer. Both of these veteran rockers ham it up like crazy, offering their own rock & roll version of vaudevillian schtick while bikinied girls (and a few topless ones) lounge around behind them. Between the videos and the weird fantasy-world portrayal of the rock & roll life, Kiss Exposed offers a perfect time capsule of hard rock at the peak of its 1980's-era excessiveness. Whether one laughs with Simmons and Stanley or at the duo is a matter of personal taste, but there's no denying that Kiss Exposed offers up entertainment value of all kinds for music fans.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/19/2002
UPC:
0731458674993
Original Release:
1986
Rating:
NR
Source:
Mercury
Region Code:
0
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]

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[None specified]

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [3:52]
2. Who Wants to Be Lonely - Video '86 [3:43]
3. Caroling [2:04]
4. Uh! All Night - Video '86 [3:42]
5. Breakfast With Kiss [5:48]
6. I Love It Loud - Live Rio de Janeiro '83 [3:08]
7. Kiss Archive [4:18]
8. Deuce - Live San Francisco '75 [3:40]
9. Strutter - Live Detroit '76 [3:18]
10. Ace Frehley Solo [1:45]
11. Beth - Live Huston '77 [2:02]
12. Detroit Rock City - Live Australia '80 [4:26]
13. Kiss Fantasies [3:37]
14. Tears Are Falling - Video 85 [3:43]
15. Casting Call [1:49]
16. Lick It Up - Video '83 [3:41]
17. Fate Forms Kiss [3:28]
18. All Hell's Breakin' Loose - Video '84 [4:08]
19. Public Service Announcement [1:46]
20. I Love It Loud - Video '82 [4:05]
21. Makin' It Louder [1:50]
22. I Stole Your Love - Live Houston '77 [3:18]
23. More Carols [:35]
24. Heaven's on Fire - Video '84 [3:10]
25. It's About Girls [2:07]
26. Ladies Room - Live Houston '77 [2:20]
27. The Paul Stanley Workout [3:16]
28. Rock and Roll All Nite - Live Australia '80 [5:47]

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Kiss: Exposed 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This could almost be called a movie, seeing how there are some skits and good writing. The Videos sound are CD quality. Very well done. Very entertaining and the music rocks!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is KISS. That is all that needs to be said. Worldwide, they are the biggest rock and roll band this side of the Beatles. In this, their first made-for-home video, the premise is simple. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley take you on a tour of their home (actually a rented mansion in Beverly Hills) as well as a journey through the past, leading up to the present. There is some terrific live footage, including rare black and white concert material. Although laced with some corny humor, and a few campy scenes, the videos and live footage more than ''make-up'' for it!! KISS is a band that has always strived to deliver the best product, and with Exposed, they do not disappoint. If you are a new Kiss fan, pick up Kiss:Second Coming'' first, then this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Incorporating classic Kiss videos (originally done for MTV), some vintage, rare concert footage of the 70s makeup heyday, and some comedic skits; This film is enjoyable.