What is the Best KISS Album Of All Time with the Replacement Lineup?

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Re: KISS (The Replacement Lineup) - Discography
« on: October 12, 2011, 04:57:42 am »
KISS (MTV Unplugged) 1996

KISS MTV Unplugged Insert Poster (Double-Sided)

By this time, KISS had been doing occasional acoustic sets at select KISS conventions which proved to be a success. The band was approached to do the MTV Unplugged series and this is the results. The biggest selling point for the show and the resulting album was the reunion with Peter Criss and Ace Frehley, which would be the first time all 4 had performed on stage together in 15 years.

When I heard that this was going down, I couldn't wait for Halloween to come around (it premiered on MTV on that day). I got chills seeing Peter and Ace walk out and performing. Such a great moment for me and any other KISS fan. This mini reunion would kick start the massive Reunion Tour that would kick commence in 1996.

As for Unplugged itself, it's a fantastic album full of great KISS songs that actually work extremely well within the confines of acoustic guitars. It's not entirely acoustic mind you, but it works. Love it. The current lineup (at that time) of Gene, Paul, Eric and Bruce take center stage for the bulk of the show. It's during the encore that they bring out Peter and Ace to perform Beth and 2,000 Man.

Then they bring back out Eric and Bruce to rejoin, making this the only time that all current members of KISS were on stage with the original members to perform together on Nothin' To Lose and Rock And Roll All Nite.

Fave Songs: Every last one of them.  MVP award goes to Every Time I Look At You.

As for the Poster Insert, this was included with all LP Vinyl pressings. I never got that and went with the CD. Hell, I never even knew it had Vinyl pressings till now.  These Posters were the only ones I could find online. So the quality is meh. Album cover is nothing special here.

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