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Kiss - Asylum Of Death Interviews album download

Performer: Kiss
Title: Asylum Of Death Interviews
Size MP3 version: 1357 mb
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Kiss - Asylum Of Death Interviews album download


Asylum of Death: Interviews. Asylum of Death: Interviews. Music Video Distribution, MVD, Petal PP 004DVD.

Disciples of Kiss will savor the release of this compilation of archival film featuring the legendary rockers whose hard-driving music laid the foundation for pop metal and arena rock. More of behind-the-scenes footage, infamous interviews and TV clips delves into the Kiss mystique, offering a new perspective of the band.

Asylum is the 13th studio album by the American rock band Kiss, released in September 1985. The album marked a continuation of the glam metal sound of preceding album Animalize. Asylum is the first album to feature lead guitarist Bruce Kulick as an official band member. Kulick had replaced former guitarist Mark St. John on some tracks on previous album Animalize (1984) during the latter's absence due to reactive arthritis

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a division of. CD. MCD. DCD. CD+DVD. N/A. Year of publication. This collection of behind-the-scenes footage, infamous interviews and TV clips delves into the Kiss mystique, offering a new perspective of the band.

Kiss: Asylum of Death - Interviews Multiple Formats Mvd (Generic) 2006. Kiss - Out Of Asylum, Metal Sword.

Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen229. 1. King of the Mountain. 2. Any Way You Slice It.

The "Asylum" album was originally to be titled "Out of the Asylum. According to Vinnie Vincent, six songs total were co-written by him for the 1992 "Revenge" album. Before a song of the same title appeared on the "Hot in the Shade" album in 1989, Paul Stanley and Vinnie Vincent wrote a song called "Betrayed" that was meant for the 1982 "Creatures of the Night" album. NOTE: This includes the four 1978 Kiss solo albums, which Billboard normally doesn't count as Kiss albums.