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100.000 Years - Kiss - Alive (Cassette, Album)

8 comments on “ 100.000 Years - Kiss - Alive (Cassette, Album)

  1. Faejinn
    On an evening in the spring of my dad drove me to the Menlo Park mall in New Jersey. It was the first time I was ever in a real record store. It was dark and mysterious and my dad was going to buy me a KISS album - my first real album (not a 45rpm). I picked out KISS Alive! Double album that opened up, big booklet, so many songs. I was /5().
  2. Grotaxe
    , Years Lyrics: I'm sorry to have taken so long / It must have been a bitch while I was gone / You mind if I sit down for a while / You'll reacquaint yourself with my style / Well, how could you.
  3. Daimi
    General CommentThis song is awesome especially of the alive album its actullay about a book Gene Simmons (the bass player) read called , years where , we were visited by aliens and gene and paul wrote it as a astrounaut trying to keep a relationship while he .
  4. Fenrir
    ", Years" begins with a bass riff by Simmons. The live version includes a long drum solo by Criss continuing on from the short one found on the album, as heard on Alive! The demo version can be heard on the release of the Kiss box set. There was a lost verse towards the end of the song which never made the final cut. "Black Diamond".
  5. Yojar
    , Years by KISS. Facts. Total Plays times by 11 Artists; From the release KISS (Album) First Played in Concert June 16, by KISS at The Daisy, Amityville, NY, USA; , Years stats KISS Kiss Forever Band Peter Criss Dressed to Thrill KLISS Lik Alive! ’75 Dynasty Kiss My Ass Motorpsycho Pain of Salvation Sin City Sinners.
  6. Misida
    Alive! (Box Set) Island Deuce submit Strutter Got To Choose submit Hotter Than Hell submit Firehouse submit Nothin' To Loose submit C'mon And Love Me Parasite She submit Watchin' You submit Years submit Black Diamond Rock Bottom submit Cold Gin Rock And Roll All Nite Let Me Go,Rock'n'roll submit; Deuce Strutter Got To Choose submit Hotter Than Hell submit Firehouse .
  7. Satilar
    This song begins with a bass riff by Gene Simmons. He recalled the story of the song to Classic Rock magazine: "I read a book called , Years where , years ago we were visited by aliens," he said. "Also Einstein's theory of relativity. I was reading all kinds of space and time continuance.

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