Kiss Unplugged is a brave move – an acoustic live album by heavy rockers Kiss, recorded in 1995.
It must have been scary to unplug the electric guitars and let people focus on the quality of the songs but Kiss Unplugged works remarkably well.
- Comin’ Home – 2:51 (Hotter Than Hell)
- Plaster Caster – 3:17 (Love Gun)
- Goin’ Blind – 3:37 (Hotter Than Hell)
- Do You Love Me? – 3:13 (Destroyer)
- Domino – 3:46 (Revenge)
- Sure Know Something – 4:14 (Dynasty)
- A World Without Heroes – 2:57 (Music from “The Elder”)
- Rock Bottom – 3:20 (Dressed To Kill)
- See You Tonight – 2:26 (on Gene Simmons solo album)
- I Still Love You – 6:09 (Creatures Of the Night)
- Every Time I Look at You – 4:43 (Revenge)
- 2,000 Man – 5:12 (Dynasty)
- Beth – 2:50 (Destroyer)
- Nothin’ to Lose – 3:42 (Kiss)
- Rock and Roll All Nite – 4:20 (Dressed To Kill)
- Got to Choose – 4:01 (Hotter Than Hell)
This is a very good set list spanning their career and combining some of the best known songs with some rarities.
At this stage Kiss consisted of:
Paul Stanley – acoustic guitar, lead vocals
Gene Simmons – acoustic bass guitar, lead vocals
Bruce Kulick – acoustic guitar
Eric Singer – drums, vocals
but the two other founder members returned to play at the concert:
Ace Frehley – acoustic guitar, vocals
Peter Criss – drums, vocals
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Other Kiss Live Albums
- 1975 – Kiss Alive – one of the most famous live albums of all time
- 1977 – Kiss Alive 2
- 1982 – Kiss Alive 3
- 1995 – Kiss Unplugged
- Kiss Other albums
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