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Kiss 40: Decades of Decibels

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Download links and information about Kiss 40: Decades of Decibels by Kiss. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:31:07 minutes.

Artist: Kiss
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:31:07
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Nothin' to Lose 3:23
2. Let Me Go, Rock 'N Roll 2:14
3. C'mon and Love Me 2:55
4. Rock and Roll All Nite (Live) 3:59
5. God of Thunder (Demo Version) 2:55
6. Beth 2:45
7. Hard Luck Woman 3:32
8. Reputation 5:39
9. Christine Sixteen 3:11
10. Shout It Out Loud (Live At the L.A. Forum 1977 Edited) 3:25
11. Strutter '78 3:40
12. You Matter to Me (featuring Peter Criss) 3:14
13. Radioactive (featuring Gene Simmons) 3:51
14. New York Groove (featuring Ace Frehley) 2:59
15. Hold Me, Touch Me (Think of Me When We're Apart) (featuring Paul Stanley) 3:39
16. I Was Made for Lovin' You (Single Mix) 4:01
17. Shandi 3:34
18. A World Without Heroes 2:37
19. I Love It Loud 4:12
20. Down On Your Knees 3:27
21. Lick It Up 3:53
22. Heaven's On Fire 3:17
23. Tears Are Falling 3:52
24. Reason to Live 3:59
25. Let's Put the X In Sex 3:48
26. Forever 3:51
27. God Gave Rock and Roll to You II 5:20
28. Unholy (Live) 3:31
29. Do You Love Me? (MTV Unplugged) 3:14
30. Room Service (Live) 3:37
31. Jungle (Radio Edit) 4:53
32. Psycho Circus (Without Intro) 4:50
33. Nothing Can Keep Me from You 4:04
34. Detroit Rock City (Live 2003) (featuring Melbourne Symphony Orchestra) 4:43
35. Deuce (Live) 3:51
36. Firehouse (Live At B.C. Place Stadium, Vancouver 1999) 3:51
37. Modern Day Delilah 3:36
38. Cold Gin (Live) 5:30
39. Crazy Crazy Nights (Live) 4:08
40. Hell or Hallelujah 4:07

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The critics hated Kiss, but their fans got them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Forty years of playing at their loudest and always at their hardest endeared them to audiences worldwide. To celebrate this 40-year milestone, Kiss presents Kiss 40, a retrospective that starts with their 1974 self-titled debut and ends with their most recent comeback, Monster. In between are some of the greatest rock ’n’ roll anthems the world has known. Each album is represented by one song—including the four solo albums—to give fans insight into the band’s vision of their catalog. Even with this unusual restriction, 40 still includes “Nothin’ to Lose,” “Rock and Roll All Nite,” “Beth,” “Strutter ’78” (from Double Platinum), “I Was Made for Lovin’ You,” “I Love It Loud,” “Heaven’s On Fire,” “Tears Are Falling,” “Forever,” “God Gave Rock ’n’ Roll to You II,” “Detroit Rock City,” “Firehouse,” “Cold Gin,” and “Hell or Hallelujah.” It’s the ultimate quick summary of the fire-breathing, blood-spitting, drum-levitating band’s entire career.