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Vault II is a 2003 compilation album by the hard rock band Pretty Boy Floyd.
Hard rock is a loosely defined subgenre of rock music that began in the mid-1960s, with the garage, psychedelic and blues rock movements. It is typified by a heavy use of aggressive vocals, distorted electric guitars, bass guitar, drums, and often accompanied with keyboards.
Pretty Boy Floyd is a glam metal band from Hollywood, California, formed in 1987. They are most famous for their 1989 debut album Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz and the two singles from it; "Rock and Roll " and "I Wanna Be with You". The band broke up in 1991 but reformed in 1995, releasing several new records since that time, and continue to the present.
Charles Edward Anderson Berry was an American singer and songwriter, and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music. With songs such as "Maybellene" (1955), "Roll Over Beethoven" (1956), "Rock and Roll Music" (1957) and "Johnny B. Goode" (1958), Berry refined and developed rhythm and blues into the major elements that made rock and roll distinctive. Writing lyrics that focused on teen life and consumerism, and developing a music style that included guitar solos and showmanship, Berry was a major influence on subsequent rock music.
Volts is an album by AC/DC released as a part named "Disc Four" on the Bonfire box set. Released in November 1997, the album is a compilation of some alternative versions of songs recorded for the albums Let There Be Rock and Highway to Hell, and some songs previously released.
Kissology Volume One: 1974–1977 is a DVD/Home Video released by the hard rock band Kiss on October 31, 2006. It contains two discs, plus one of three separate bonus discs sold only within initial first pressings. Also included with the DVD set is a 20-page color booklet, with commentary on each portion of the DVD. Some versions of this DVD have a replica of Kiss's "Spring Tour '75" backstage pass as an iron on.
The Rocksimus Maximus Tour/World Domination Tour was a North American concert tour co-headlined by Aerosmith and Kiss. The tour was referred to as the World Domination Tour by Kiss and was called the Rocksimus Maximus Tour by Aerosmith. It is sometimes referred to informally as the "AeroKiss Tour", incorporating the names of both headlining bands, as well as "Lips 'n' Tongue Tour", emphasizing on the fact that Gene Simmons has a long tongue and Steven Tyler has full pouting lips. The tour occurred in the latter half of 2003 and took both bands to amphitheaters across the United States in late summer and early fall, and to arenas in late fall and early winter.
Kissology Volume Two: 1978–1991 is a DVD/Home Video that was released by Kiss on August 14, 2007. It contains three discs, plus one of three separate bonus discs sold only within initial first pressings. Some initial packages included a replica ticket to Magic Mountain for Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park. The box set was certified 6X Platinum. This set was preceded by Kissology Vol. 1, and is followed by Kissology Vol. 3, which was released in early December 2007.
The Rock The Nation World Tour was a concert tour by the hard rock group Kiss. ZO2 and Poison were the opening bands. The tour marked the return of Eric Singer on the drums, who once again replaced Peter Criss, whose contract was not renewed by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. While attendance was not what the previous tour had been, it still averaged 8,900 on the American leg of the tour while grossing $20 million. Kiss would not tour in 2005 due to Paul Stanley's hip replacement.
Kissology Volume Three: 1992–2000 is a DVD/Home Video released by Kiss and VH1 Classic Records. It was issued on December 18, 2007. Kissology Volume Three is the third installment of the Kiss archival video series. The set covers the band's 1990s career on three discs, with a special fourth disc included that contains the earliest known performance footage of Kiss, filmed on December 22, 1973. The set also features four separate bonus discs sold only within initial first pressings. It was certified eight times platinum by the RIAA.
The Rising Sun Tour was a series of shows by Kiss. It was the band's first trip to Japan since the 2004 Rock the Nation Tour. Before touring in Japan, Kiss performed at Las Vegas' VH1 Rock Honors. After the series of Japan shows, Kiss played two casino shows in California. For the non-festival dates of the tour, Kiss surprised fans by performing "Love 'Em and Leave 'Em" live for the first time, and "Kissin' Time" live for the first time since 1974.
The Alive II Tour was a concert tour by Kiss, and was the follow-up to the Love Gun Tour which ended in early September. This would be the band's last tour until their 1979 Dynasty Tour. The Alive II Tour saw Kiss perform 5 sold-out nights at Tokyo's Budokan, breaking their previous record of 4 one year earlier, as well as breaking the previous record by The Beatles. They also played 3 sold-out nights at Madison Square Garden in their hometown of New York City, and multiple nights in several other cities, including San Antonio; Landover, Maryland; Chicago; Detroit; and Providence, Rhode Island. AC/DC was the opening act for several concerts on this tour. The costumes and stage show were carried over from the Love Gun Tour, with minor changes made to the setlist.
The Destroyer Tour also known as The Spirit of '76 Tour was a concert tour by Kiss, in support of their latest album. The August 20 Anaheim, California show was the most famous show of the tour, the band played to over 42,000 people, the biggest US crowd the band had played to. Bob Seger, Ted Nugent and Montrose were the opening acts. The J. Geils Band, Point Blank and Seger opened for them at their July 10 show in New Jersey, which was recorded and released on DVD decades later as "The Lost Concert"..
The Revenge Tour was a concert tour by Kiss in support of the band's album Revenge. It was the first tour with drummer Eric Singer, replacing Eric Carr who died of cancer on November 24, 1991. The Detroit, Indianapolis and Cleveland shows were recorded for Kiss' first live album in 16 years, Alive III. Danger Danger, Faster Pussycat, Fortress, Great White, Jackyl, Shooting Gallery, Trixter and Vesuvius were the supporting acts for this tour. There were three legs to the tour, with the first being a series of 13 shows played in small clubs in North America in April and May 1992, followed by an eight date run of full scale shows in the United Kingdom in the second half of May. The third, and final, leg was a tour of North American arenas which did not kick off until October of that year. Average attendance was at its lowest for this tour since 1975 averaging 5000 fans a night.
KISS Symphony: The DVD is a DVD by American Hard Rock band KISS. The DVD features footage from the Australian tour, and the audio had been released for the live album Kiss Symphony: Alive IV.
"I Need You" is a song by British rock band the Kinks. It was released as a B-Side to "Set Me Free". The song, along with "You Really Got Me" and "All Day and All of the Night", has been cited as one of the influences which shifted the focus from rock 'n' roll to hard-hitting rock music. Never a part of the Kinks live act, it has since been revived live by both Davies brothers solo in the 21st Century.
The Rock and Roll Over Tour was a concert tour by the American hard rock group Kiss. It began November 24, 1976 and ended April 4, 1977.
The Monster World Tour was a concert tour by the American hard rock group Kiss in support of their 20th studio album, Monster. Fresh off the heels of the recent success of The Tour with Mötley Crüe and the second annual KISS Kruise, the tour officially began on November 7, 2012 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Kiss played shows in Australia for the first time since 2008, and Europe, including a few festivals in June. They played their longest Canadian tour to date in July through early August with a few US concerts following after, including a show at ArenaBowl XXVI in Orlando, Florida. They played in Japan for the first time since 2006 in October 2013.
The AC/DC Club Dates/Rolling Stones Tour was a mini-tour done by the Australian hard rock band AC/DC and the Rolling Stones during 2003. Both bands headlined four of the shows.
The KISS 40th Anniversary World Tour was a concert tour by American rock band Kiss. Def Leppard joined Kiss for the first 42 shows of the tour. Kobra and the Lotus and The Dead Daisies were the opening acts.
"A Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy" is the lead single and fourth track from The Kinks' 1978 album Misfits. Written by Ray Davies, the song was inspired by the band's then-tumultuous state at the time, with two members leaving the band during the recording of Misfits. Released as the first single from the album, the track was the band's most successful single in years, reaching number 30.
América Latina Olé Tour 2016 was a Latin America concert tour by The Rolling Stones, which began on 3 February 2016 in Santiago and made stops in La Plata, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Porto Alegre, Lima, Bogotá, Mexico City and ended in Havana with one free show on 25 March 2016.