KISS: Kissology - The Ultimate KISS Collection, Vol. 1 (1974-1977)

KISS: Kissology - The Ultimate KISS Collection, Vol. 1 (1974-1977)

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KISS: Kissology - The Ultimate KISS Collection, Vol. 1 (1974-1977)

KISS fans get ready to rejoice; this comprehensive collection of classic clips has been completely re-mastered and restored to the optimum quality and packed with enough extra features to impress even the most ardent KISS collector. With over six hours of full concert sets, rare television appearances, never-before-seen footage, and audio commentary by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, fans will be hard-pressed to find a more impressive documentation of the band's enduring history.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/31/2006
UPC: 0894316001246
Original Release: 2006
Rating: NR
Source: Vh1 Classics
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 6:19:00

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Kissology, Vol. 1, 1974-1977
8. Deuce [3:48]
9. Strutter [3:25]
10. Got to Choose [4:08]
11. Hotter Than Hell [3:28]
12. Firehouse [3:47]
13. Watchin' You [6:43]
14. Nothin' to Lose [4:15]
15. Parasite [3:53]
16. 100,000 Years [9:55]
17. Black Diamond [7:12]
18. Cold Gin [6:30]
19. Let Me Go, Rock & Roll (Incomplete) [2:08]
24. Deuce [3:43]
25. Strutter [3:20]
26. C'mon and Love Me [2:53]
27. Hotter Than Hell [3:51]
28. Firehouse [3:46]
29. She [8:40]
30. Parasite [3:24]
31. Nothin' to Lose [3:23]
32. 100,000 [13:35]
33. Black Diamond [6:10]
34. Cold Gin [9:10]
35. Rack and Roll All Nite [4:24]
36. Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll [8:37]
Disc #2 -- Kissology, Vol. 1, 1974-1977
4. Detroit Rock City [4:06]
5. Take Me [2:57]
6. Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll [3:28]
7. Ladies Room [3:26]
8. Firehouse [4:31]
9. Makin' Love [3:14]
10. I Want You [4:21]
11. Cold Gin [10:15]
12. Do You Love Me? [3:48]
13. Nothin' to Lose [3:22]
14. God of Thunder [10:04]
15. Rock and Roll All Nite [4:21]
16. Shout It Out Loud [4:20]
17. Beth [2:29]
18. Black Diamond [7:24]
22. I Stole Your Love [3:39]
23. Take Me [2:48]
24. Ladies Room [3:12]
25. Firehouse [4:23]
26. Love Gun [3:37]
27. Hooligan [2:50]
28. Makin' Love [3:02]
29. Christine Sixteen [3:05]
30. Shock Me [8:56]
31. I Want You [4:11]
32. Calling Dr. Love [3:44]
33. Shout It Out Loud [2:58]
34. God of Thunder [10:18]
35. Rock and Roll All Nite [5:09]
36. Detroit Rock City [4:36]
37. Beth [3:24]
38. Black Diamond [5:30]

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KISS: Kissology - The Ultimate KISS Collection, Vol. 1 (1974-1977) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
FINALLY, some never before seen KISS footage at their best as well as some tv appearances never viewed since originally aired. See KISS in all their theatrical glory, four seperate concerts from 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977 each an hour and a half long also packaged with a bonus concert. In time for the holidays, makes this a banner "holiday season" from our favorite make-up wearing superheroes we've come to love and worship. All you die-hard KISS Army fans don't delay buy it now or add to your holiday wish list. A must have that compliments your KISS DVD collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Awesome vintage footage from the beginning of when Kiss ruled the world. Great addition to any kiss fans library.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This set is a KISS fan's dream come true collecting the band's earliest TV appearances and four classic KISS concerts from the period. The best of the concerts is the January 1975 Winterland concert in San Francisco. The intensity of the performance is contagious. This was just before the band became worldwide superstars they were still hungry and had something to prove. I'm a bit disappointed that the 1975 Detroit concert from which Alive! was recorded was not included here. An early 1976 appearance at Detroit's Cobo Hall is included instead. The main highlights among their early TV appearances include their first national TV appearance on Dick Clark's In Concert from March 1974 and their appearance on the Mike Douglas Show in April 1974 featuring a side splitting interview with Gene Simmons. The look on comedienne Totie Fields face during the interview and the stunned silence of the audience is priceless. Concerts from Tokyo Japan and Houston, Texas are also included as are early video clips. This one is definitely worth the money. No self-respecting KISS fan should be without this!