Saturday, October 15, 2011

VIDEO: KISS rock KISS Kruise Day 2

Friday night, KISS performed their first full-makeup show on the KISS Kruise, thrilling fans with a set list of KISS favorites that haven't been heard live in years, and in some cases, in decades.

The show opened with "Room Service," launching into "Two Timer," and a rockin' version of "Comin' Home," which Paul Stanley guaranteed the crowd that, aside from the Unplugged shows, had never been played live in its original form before this show.

KISSOnline reports other concert standouts included "Take Me," "All The Way," and an electrifying "Rock Bottom."

KISS Navy members displayed numerous flags from countries around the world, and as it was also costume party night, many KISS fans came to the show dressed for the occasion.

The KISS Kruise: Wet, Wild & Rockin’ runs October 13-17, 2011 from Miami, FL, to Half Moon Cay and Nassau, Bahamas on board a well-known ship brand.

KISS Kruise – October 14, 2011

Room Service
Two Timer
Comin' Home
Nothin' to Lose
Love Her All I Can
Take Me
Goin' Blind
Rock Bottom
All The Way
Got to Choose
Shout it Out Loud
Lick it Up
C'mon and Love Me
Hard Luck Woman
Rock and Roll All Nite


KISS – Room Service

KISS Kruise – October 14, 2011

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