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Has LV KIX ever been to a KIX show?

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Heh, you probably go to KIX shows more frequently than I go to church on Sundays!!


This question is primarily directed to LV KIX, but I'll appreciate an answer from anyone. I'm only posting this as a topic, because I can't seem to PM him. I'm assuming his inbox is full.


I was just wondering, if it's not too much of a hassle, if you could give me a typical setlist that the boys would put on any given night. I'd like to make a CD for my brothers and my friend so they can aquaint themselves with the songs. That way I won't be the only one in the group losing their shit when they perform in February. If you haven't the time, I understand. Thanks all the same.




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For a non-hometown show I would bet on most of the following songs:


Atomic Bombs

Get It While Its Hot

Lie Like A Rug

Hot Wire

Cold Blood

The Itch

Don't Close Your Eyes


Girl Money

Cold Shower

Blow My Fuse


Midnite Dynamite

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah



* If you are lucky you might get "Same Jane" or "No Ring Around Rosie".


That would be my guess for a show outside of their home area.




They tend to mix it up a bit in Maryland, PA, and Virginia.. Sometimes we get "Fireballs", "For Shame", "Red Lite, Green Lite, TNT", and "Baby Time Bomb" or "She Dropped Me The Bomb". So if you have more time on the CD you might want to include those.



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I assume you know about the little pre-party that KIX will be playing the night before the cruise?


If you go to that show you might hear a couple of the songs from the "Cool Kids" & "Show Business" releases.

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The key word is "a". Just trade that with "all" or "most"...





Do they ever throw down "Contrary Mary?" Or "The Kid"?


I'd still love to see KIX live and to see them play the S/T and Cool Kids front to back would be AMAZINGLY AMAZING! :) LOVE those 2 discs, not that any of them are bad, but...

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