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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Atlantic Records
Catalog Number: 7 82499-2
lead vocals, harp
bass, keyboards, backing vocals
drums, backing vocals
|1. ||Hot Wire live ||6:06|
|2. ||Same Jane live ||4:55|
|3. ||Rock and Roll Overdose live ||4:25|
|4. ||Sex live ||4:46|
|5. ||The Itch live ||6:27|
|6. ||For Shame live ||5:37|
|7. ||Tear Down the Walls live ||4:48|
|8. ||Blow My Fuse live ||5:33|
|9. ||Girl Money live ||7:07|
|10. ||Cold Blood live ||6:36|
|11. ||Don't Close Your Eyes live ||4:22|
|12. ||Yeah, Yeah, Yeah live ||13:58|
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|Total Running Time:|| 74:40|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: November 26, 2001 at 9:36|
|Hard to find, but like a greatest hits package, but done live. This once again worth the price of admission. Took me a while to find this but I play it most often out of their collection
||Date: December 14, 2001 at 18:55|
|They should have put "Cold Shower" on this release. One of their best songs ever.
|From: The FIzzy One
||Date: September 15, 2002 at 1:52|
|I agree with Dragonfly on that one. I would've liked to have heard more from Midnite Dynamite and less from Hotwire myself, and "Cold Shower," aside from being just about my favorite Kix tune, would've worked great live. As it is, "Sex" is the only MD track. FOr the rest of the album, it's one of tHE best live records I've ever heard, along with Tesla's first, Jackyl and Iced Earth. LOTS of crowd interaction, they don't fix the mistakes (Steve sometimes sounds like he's on a bad mic), and a HILA
|From: mutha trucka
||Date: January 19, 2003 at 15:57|
|steve w. obviously was not a "studio singer". his voice live is not much different than what you hear on the albums. good strong voice. i was surprised.
||Date: May 24, 2003 at 4:48|
|The best live album of the glam era! Steve Whiteman is fucking hilarious on stage. You know that when one track is 14 minutes long, there is going to be some type of story. And the Yeah Yeah Yeah story is one of the best ever. These guys were legends as a live band, and this disc shows why.
||Date: May 25, 2003 at 7:04|
|Great, energetic live album. Whiteman is a blast. The Japanese pressing has a different cover (sparks flying).
|From: Metal Pete
||Date: January 2, 2004 at 13:30|
|The only one I don't own, but have seen them live so don't feel the need for it. Cannot believe they omitted 'Cold Shower'?! KIX was the best live band I've ever seen.
|From: Rexx Havik
||Date: November 18, 2004 at 21:00|
|According to the band, there was about 20-25 minutes cut from this set by Atlantic records, the band wanted to release it as a double live cd but the evil suits said no, it came down to the band saying that they would cave in to what the label wanted to do as long as the label gave them their release...a couple years later KIX was on CMC International & Atlantic was still making money off of the big hits(don't close your eyes, cold blood)
|From: LV KIX
||Date: February 9, 2005 at 23:52|
|You are exactly correct Rexx... This live album was recorded as an obligation to the record company (the last they were under contract for) The band didn't wanna put out a studio album and give Atlantic (East/West) Records any new songs. They just wanted out of their contract with the record company. I believe the band thought that the record company wasn't behind the band at this point.
|From: Nick C
||Date: March 9, 2005 at 13:39|
|Brilliant live album from the band but it seems a lot of Stevies between song comments have been cut out. Plus the rap for Yeah Yeah Yeah is basically the studio rap over again when I know from loads of different boots that he had many many different tales for this song...Heck I even have a 90 minute tape of different versions of the raps alone without the main body of the song and they are all hilarious! Atlantic suck it should've been a double album/CD as loads of great songs are missing!!!
||Date: March 10, 2005 at 13:39|
|anyone else think Steve has a bit of a Bill Cosby delivery during the speaking part of Yeah, Yeah, Yeah?
||Date: May 29, 2005 at 15:42|
|I love KIX but i dont think this is a good live album. Many of their classics and best songs are not on it and some songs are not even good (SEX is a terrible song that should not be played live i think). Also the sound of this album is not good and all that makes of this album a bad LIVE album. I think FIREHOUSE, BRITNY FOX, GREAT WHITE or CINDERELLA have released better live albums then KIX. But i am still a KIX fan after all.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 26, 2008 at 18:51|
|Kix were always known as a stellar live band first and foremost, and this is a pretty good representation. Steve's kind of irritating, talking in his shrill singing voice (the intro to "Blow My Fuse" is way too long, but the talking part in "Yeah Yeah Yeah" is wonderfully filthy). I hav e abootleg from Ocean City in '87 that's just as good as this, though.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: March 1, 2010 at 3:32|
|the dirty boys of the underground release a live record and proove that they are the real thing.huge dose of boogie american hard rock is what you get here with great guitar riffs and screaming vocs by steve."same jane","cold blood","blow my fuse" and the sensational "dont close your eyes" are some of the great songs included in this collection of the KIX live performance.important band
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