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Kiss - Rock And Roll All Night In Athens (Lathe Cut)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the DVD release of Rock'n'Roll All Nite on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Kiss) - • Format: DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Unofficial Release • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock.

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  2. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of Kiss wrote this track, which became their signature song and was usually played as the last song in their encores. Stanley told Bruce Pollock: "Originally Gene and I would tend to help each other fill in the gaps. 'Rock and Roll All Night' came about because we felt we needed an anthem, a song that could be the rallying cry for all of our fans.

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  3. General CommentRegardless of whether KISS has any talent or is the greatest band in the history of rock 'n' roll, I think the name of this Website is: Song Meanings!So I have to say for the record that I believe that this song has no hidden meanings. It actually does refer to the human urge to "rock and roll all nite" (Nite=slang for "night"), and the idea that we should "party all day.

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  4. Kiss Rock And Roll All Night Casablanca PROMO VG+ Rock 45 Record Single. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. Kiss ‎ "Kids In Satan Service" Lathe Cut - Live in Canada, 7" #5 of 50 Copies. $ Free shipping. Watch. KISS reissue vinyl 45 record Rocket Ride Tomorrow and Tonight.

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  5. KISS is one of the greatest rock bands in music history. KISS will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in KISS has 28 gold albums to date, the most of any American rock band. KISS’ worldwide sales exceed million records – making them one of the world’s best-selling bands of all .

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  6. Kiss Rock And Roll All Night Casablanca PROMO VG+ Rock 45 Record Single. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. Kiss ‎ "Kids In Satan Service" Lathe Cut - Live in Canada, 7" #5 of 50 Copies. $ Free shipping. Watch. Kiss C'Mon & Love Me- Casablanca .

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  7. With Casablanca in deep financial trouble, Kiss was thinking of leaving for another label, but on the insistence of the others, decided to issue a live album later in -- Alive! The excitement and energy of Kiss' show was captured perfectly by rock vet producer Eddie Kramer, and the song that benefited perhaps the most from the live setting.

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