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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Kiss, Vol. 3

Kiss

2004

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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Kiss, Vol. 3

Kiss

Released: 15/06/2004

Genre: Rock

℗ 2006 The Island Def Jam Music Group



  • God Gave Rock 'n

  • Unholy

  • Domino (Live)

  • Hate

  • Childhood's End

  • I Will Be There

  • Comin' Home

  • Got to Choose (Live Edited Unplugged Version)

  • Psycho Circus

  • Into the Void

  • I Pledge Allegiance to the State of Rock & Roll

  • Nothing Can Keep Me from You

12 songs

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Enjoy it!
by Letymoon - 29/11/2016
 

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Strange, but good
by God of Thunder - 29/11/2016
 

I don’t think this album should’ve been made. They had no huge hits after 1989, so a disc documenting the 90’s wasn’t really a great idea. I definitely don’t agree with the songs, either: From the Revenge album, they included 2 great songs, but I think the live version of "Domino" should’ve been scrapped for the single/video "I Just Wanna." They included 3 of the best songs from COS, too, but "Hate" and "I Will Be There" were not singles and should’ve been scrapped for the singles "Master And Slave" and "Jungle." From my favorite studio album, Psycho Circus, they included 3 GREAT songs, but excluded 2 great singles, "You Wanted The Best" and "We Are One." Now I know "Into The Void" and "I Pledge Allegiance..." were played live, but they weren’t great live tunes and should be scrapped for the singles. But I digress. the songs that are included are good. Plus it was nice that they included the Unplugged version of "Got to Choose" and "Nothing Can Keep me From you," neither of which had appeared on an official KISS release previously besides the boxed set.

 

 


 

 

Underrated but only for hardcore Kiss fans
by rocknrollguru123334 - 29/11/2016
 

When I got this album as a gift I was almost dissapointed. However I found most of the songs catchy, and classics for kiss fans. I can’t on my consious mind advise you to cough up 9 bucks for this album. You need to be a hard core Kiss fan, and also own the 2 other 20th century masters albums of Kiss before I advise you to buy this album. PS VOTE HELPFUL FOR AC/DC ON ITUNES

 

 


 

 

Not so much
by The Geoker - 29/11/2016
 

The nineties were better for Kiss than this collection makes it seem. I do not agree with most of the songs that were selected to represent this decade. Revenge was their best album in 10 years, but you’ll only find two songs from it here. I don’t think it was necessary to include a live version of "Domino," when the studio version would have been just fine. And where’s "I Just Wanna"? Carnival of Souls is also represented, but the only single from the album ("Jungle") is nowhere to be found. Would have been great to see "Nothin’ To Lose" from Unplugged on here, or maybe even "R&R All Nite". Both those songs featured Kiss as a 6 man band. Psycho Circus’ "We Are One" is missing, instead we have "I Pledge Allegiance"...?? One great thing about iTunes is you can make your own greatest hits collection by just purchasing the songs you like. In cases like this, where the proper song selection is spotty, it’s a great benefit.

 

Published by: Letymoon  |  29/11/2016 17:04:20  |  4 comments