There are detailed pages for the following live albums by Kiss:
KIss have released a few other live albums: Continue reading Other Kiss Live Albums
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.
Kiss Alive 3 is a live album of Kiss during the band’s Revenge 1992 tour at various locations In the USA.
Both Kiss Alive and Kiss Alive 2 had been very popular. The first making the band’s reputation as a great live band and the second capitalising on their high profile success in their peak years.
Kiss Alive 2 is the second live album by Kiss, recorded in 1977 with songs from Destroyer, Rock and Roll Over and Love Gun.
The performances came from The Forum, Los Angeles, Capital Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey and Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan.
I remember reading the reviews in the Sounds music paper by Geoff Barton where he raved about it and said that it was even better than Kiss Alive! and he loved that first album.
Kiss Alive is one of the most famous and successful live albums ever. It was recorded and released in 1975 and captured the rawness of Kiss live in concert.
Kiss were a notorious live act with the theatrics and the costumes adding to the atmosphere created by their powerful, driving, forceful music.
Unfortunately this sound wasn’t properly captured on the first three studio albums – Kiss, Hotter Than Hell and Dressed to Kill.
It was on Kiss Alive!