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Klassik '78 - side 1 & side 2

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Klassik '78 - side 1 & side 2

Track List for Side One:
01. Standing Tall
02. Please N Tease
03. Mean Business
04. Passion & Love
05. Rock And Roll You
06. Streetwise

Track List for Side Two:
01. Ain’t No Fool
02. American Made
03. Hot On Her Heels
04. Jendell
05. Victims
06. World On Fire

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On ‎07‎/‎04‎/‎2018 at 5:31 AM, Dead Planet said:

Kiss wannabe...:)

Well Gene and Paul said that they might look for someone to keep the KISS brand going after they retire. They might have it with these guys.

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Damn, that's almost spooky. They got that vintage Kiss sound down!!

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28 minutes ago, Fat Freddy said:

Damn, that's almost spooky. They got that vintage Kiss sound down!!

Absolutely. Wish the songs were stronger though.

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I actually like these tracks better than just about anything else uploaded on this site the past month or so (save for the Gioelli / Castronovo stuff).

Yes, I was a huge KISS fan in 1978 as a 4th. grader.

Can someone please help me find a copy of the UNORIGINALS CD?  Thank you.

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8 hours ago, gener8tr said:

I actually like these tracks better than just about anything else uploaded on this site the past month or so (save for the Gioelli / Castronovo stuff).

Yes, I was a huge KISS fan in 1978 as a 4th. grader.

Can someone please help me find a copy of the UNORIGINALS CD?  Thank you.

I looked on their website and they are completely sold out and in an interview they said that they have no plans to make any more.

The only way I imagine you can get one is if somebody wants to sell you their own copy.

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Why not I guess?
There are about 18 gazillion ACDC clone bands around.
Surprised it took so long for something like this to rear its head.

Like all the ACDC clones, not really for me.
This music sounds like the unreleased demos Kiss may have done. Not quite there.
But I'm sure tehre's a market out there who are lapping it up

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