Kiss fans now have more to look forward to than the announcement of what are
expected to be the band's final live shows ever. On Nov. 6, Mercury/UME will
release an 80-track, four-disc box set spanning the band's entire career.
Along with Kiss' best known songs will be about 20 rare tracks, including
early demos of the songs "Strutter" and "Deuce," rare live recordings of
"Firehouse" and "Acrobat" recorded in 1973, as well as recordings of the
pre-Kiss incarnation of the band, Wicked Lester.
Compiled and designed with substantial input from the members of the band,
the box set will also include a 96-page booklet with rare photos and a band
history. This will be a fabulous collectible for all us loyal fans and sure to be enough material to keep us busy - until Gene releases another boxed set next year..and the year after...etc...
Source: Drew Goldberg