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KISS Ikons: More details


Pictured: The top image is the cover of the box and the lower image is the actual cover of the booklet.

From KISSONLNE.com


KISS: IKONS

KISS: IKONS is a 4 CD collector's package showcasing the iconic prominence each member contributed to the hottest rock 'n roll band in the world!

The Set will be released in October 21.

The packaging for KISS: IKONS is outstanding, featuring a 24 page booklet filled with classic KISS photos! The actual KISS Icons and the IKONS logo on the box cover are printed in silver foil.


Gene Simmons CD:

'God Of Thunder', 'Almost Human', 'Calling Dr. Love', 'Ladies Room', 'Christine Sixteen', 'Deuce', 'Rock And Roll All Nite', 'Cold Gin', 'Parasite', 'Larger Than Life', 'Love 'em And Leave 'Em', 'Plaster Caster', 'Radioactive', 'Charisma'.

Paul Stanley CD:

'Detroit Rock City', 'Love Gun', 'Take Me', 'Strutter', 'C'mon And Love Me', 'Hotter Than Hell', '100,000 Years', 'Rock Bottom', 'Do You Love Me?', 'All American Man', 'Mr. Speed', 'I Stole Your Love', 'Wouldn't You Like To Know Me', 'I Was Made For Lovin' You'.

Ace Frehley CD:

'New York Groove', 'Shock Me', '2,000 Man', 'Rocket Ride', 'Snow Blind', 'Speedin' Back To My Baby', 'Talk To Me', 'What's On Your Mind', 'Rip It Out', 'Save Your Love', 'Hard Times', 'Two Sides Of The Coin', 'Dark Light', 'Into The Void'.

Peter Criss CD:

'Hard Luck Woman', 'Baby Driver', 'Hooligan', 'Beth', 'I Can't Stop The Rain', 'Black Diamond', 'Mainline', 'Don't You Let Me Down'', 'Dirty Livin'', 'Getaway', 'Strange Ways', 'That's The Kind Of Sugar Papa Likes', 'Easy Thing', 'I Finally Found My Way'.

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