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Kiss - What Other Monsters?


1 Live - Nashville, TN, USA, 11 Jan. 1984
2Detroit Rock City
3Crazy Crazy Nights
4Shout It Out Loud
5Creatures Of The Night
6Tears Are Falling
7I Love It Loud
8Rock And Roll All Nite
9Love Gun
10Lick It Up
11No No No
12 Live - Schweinfurt, Germany, 27 Aug. 1988
13Black Diamond
14Cold Gin
15All Hell's Breaking Loose


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MM 9101Kiss Monsters Of Rock ‎(CD, Unofficial)Mistral MusicMM 9101Italy1991
BAN-030-DKiss Boxx (Vol. 4) ‎(CD, Unofficial)Banana BAN-030-DAustralia1993
ML 91602Kiss What Other Monsters ? ‎(CD, Unofficial)MeltdownML 91602Europe1991
GYPSY EYE 083Kiss Crazy Lovemaker ‎(CD, Unofficial)Gypsy EyeGYPSY EYE 083JapanUnknown


Clear, unmarked cassette.


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Kiss - What Other Monsters?
Performer: Kiss
Genre: Rock
Title: What Other Monsters?
Country: Europe
Released: 1991
Style: Hard Rock
MP3 album: 1460 mb
FLAC album: 2060 mb
Source: Cassette, Unofficial Release
Label: Not On Label