With Kiss Introduction In The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame In 2014 The Kiss Hype Is Back Again In Full Force .So Razorflix Films Is Celebrating The Hottest Band In The world.This Motion Pictures Follows The original Band in there most successful years Filled With Interviews And Rare Footage Ending With a 44 min Concert from Budakan Hall From the lost Alive concerts From Japan.This Film Is in Black N White Except The Concert Footage Which Is In Full Color.and is Presented Here In Letterbox Format With Digitlly Enhanced Picture and Sound So Sit Back And Enjoy The Hottest Band In The World
This Moton Picture follows Kiss on there Alive 35, The greatest show on earth ,And The Sonic Boom Over Europe Tours. The tour started in Sheffield, United Kingdom at the Sheffield Arena in early May and concluded at the Graspop Metal Meeting Festival in Dessel, Belgium in late June. The leg marked the band's first tour of indoor arenas in the United Kingdom since 1996, their first show in Ireland since 1988, and their debut concert in Slovakia. The group performed at a number of music festivals on the tour, including the Rock am Ring and Rock im Park Festivals, Sauna Open Air Metal Festival and Hellfest. features backstage interviews form different countries and performances from around the world Featured In Letterbox Widescreen Format. With digitally enhanced Sound. This film has been viewed by Gene Simmons as we have sent him a copy Thanks Gene
Episode #1 of a Series on youtube By Razorflix films in this Episode we look Back at The most Hated and controversial Kiss album .being a concept Album The basic plot of "The Elder" involves the recruitment and training of a young hero (The Boy) by the Council of Elders who belong to the Order of the Rose, a mysterious group dedicated to combating evil. The Boy is guided by an elderly caretaker named Morpheus. The album's lyrics describe the boy's feelings during his journey and training, as he overcomes his early doubts to become confident and self-assured. The only spoken dialogue is at the end of the last track, "I". During the passage, Morpheus proclaims to the Elders that The Boy is ready to undertake his odyssey.This short film is filled with album info interviews and rare footage of the band performing songs from the album on the tv show fridays And More
Episode # 2 Of A Youtube Series By Razorflix Films In This Episode We Follow Kiss On There Unmasked Album and Tour
The band filmed a promotional video for "Shandi" with Criss. It was the last time he appeared with Kiss until he performed with them at a Kiss Convention on June 17, 1995. In the band's authorized biography, he revealed that he was the last one left in the band's dressing room after filming and broke down crying.The album cover and poster insert, designed by artist Victor Stabin, featured a winking Criss.
A lip-synched German television performance of "Talk to Me" and "She's So European" featured the debut of Eric Carr, who became the band's permanent drummer until his death in 1991. The band would play a concert at the Palladium Theatre in New York to officially introduce Carr as Criss' permanent replacement in the band.
The album features substantial songwriting contributions from Vini Poncia, who had previously been Ringo Starr's post-Beatles songwriting partner. The album marked the first time Kiss had used the contributions of outside songwriters to such a large extent, as all but the two Frehley contributions were written or co-written by someone outside the band.
The album's songs have been largely ignored on live performances, with the exception of "Shandi", which is sometimes played in the band's shows, particularly in Australia (where the song became a top ten hit in 1980). "Talk to Me" was played in 2001 during the Australian and Japanese concerts of the Farewell Tour but has not been performed again since the departure of Frehley