Episode Thirty-Five is a track by track breakdown and analysis of the home video, Crazy Nights. What the heck was the band thinking dressing in those clothes? Why is each video almost identical? And who the heck sold the band on these so called storylines? All that and Ryo’s personal opinion on each video. Let the debate begin!
Episode Thirty-Four is a track by track breakdown and analysis of the album Crazy Nights. It was the 80s. Times were different. KISS was still wearing their flashy, loud clothing or (in the case of Paul Stanley) going shirtless. And they were making some exceptional music as well.
Episode Thirty-Three is a track by track breakdown and analysis of the album Frehley’s Comet. Ace Frehley’s first studio recordings since departing from KISS were release on this record. For the first time in over five years, KISS fans get to hear Ace Frehley on record once again.
Episode Thirty Two is a review and analysis of the KISS home movie, KISS EXPOSED. Ryo provides an analytical overview of EXPOSED followed by an in-depth look at the home video itself. How was the story? How was the acting? How many topless women does it take to make a KISS home video? And Ryo’s personal opinion on the entire thing. Let the debate begin!
On this special bonus episode Ryo delves into some bootlegged performances out of his personal collection. These were performances that KISS did during the 1995-1996 KISS Convention at different cities all over the world. This bonus episode looks at 3 specific performances and investigates the differences between each show and discusses the risks associated with the performances and how different and special each show was compared with modern day KISS concerts.
Episode Thirty-One is a track by track breakdown and analysis of the album Nasty, Nasty. This is Black N Blue’s third album and the first to be produced by Gene Simmons. He even helped co-write three of the tracks on the record. And If that isn’t enough KISS for you, Peter Criss has guest vocals on one of the songs.
Episode Thirty is a track by track breakdown and analysis of the album White Tiger. This was Mark St. John’s first post KISS release. Ryo provides an analytical overview of White Tiger followed by an in-depth look at each track on the album. How does White Tiger compare with KISS? How does Mark St. John sound on this album compared with Animalize? Let the debate begin!