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Shout It Out Loud (Live) - Kiss - Icon 2 (CD)

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  1. Tazilkree
    Feb 14,  · Kiss Symphony: Alive IV - Shout It Out Loud (Act Three: Kiss with The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra) in high definition. Act One: Kiss 1. "Deuce" (Simmons) 2.
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  2. Kek
    "KISS box set advertised on 11/21 This replacement CD includes the "2, Millennium Concert" and 2 KISS bonus exclusive tracks. These are to be enjoyed along with the other tracks in the KISS box set.".
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  3. Zubei
    Sep 14,  · KISS Setlist. Detroit Rock City. Shout It Out Loud. I Love It Loud. Firehouse. Hell Or Hallelujah. War Machine. Shock Me. Bass Solo. God Of Thunder. Love Gun. Lick It .
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  4. Fenrilrajas
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kiss - Shout It Out Loud at Discogs. Complete your Kiss collection.
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  5. Jugar
    In "Shout It Out Loud" he is able to recreate the ethos of America, when KISS Alive (along with Frampton Comes Alive) was setting the standard for live albums, but instead of it being a literal KISS-and-tell it's the story of how America's loudest band created an album that made those of us, in our mid-teenage years, go "Huh?
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  6. Yolkis
    Universal’s collection Icon 2 expands the simultaneously released track Icon by another track CD that covers the group’s '80s hits. Although this material isn’t quite as well regarded as the ‘70s hits that make up the first disc, this does make for a good overview of the band’s peak and includes such latter-day staples as “I Love It Loud,” “Lick It Up,” “Heaven 8/
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  7. Mazuzshura
    Aug 31,  · Shout It Out Loud (Live '96) () - Simmons/Stanley/Ezrin Shannon Steckloff. 2CD version of the Universal Music series that changes one track on disc one versus the Icon-1 CD. Chart Action: US Chart Peak: Did not chart in the USA. RIAA/Sales: USA: TBD. Multimedia: Follow us: Twitter Facebook YouTube. KISSMONSTER/KISS Concert History/The.
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  8. Dum
    Oct 01,  · In "Shout It Out Loud" he is able to recreate the ethos of America, when KISS Alive (along with Frampton Comes Alive) was setting the standard for live albums, but instead of it being a literal KISS-and-tell it's the story of how America's loudest band created an album that made those of us, in our mid-teenage years, go "Huh?Reviews:
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