KISS are streaming a performance of their 1976 classic, “Detroit Rock City”, from the upcoming release of the concert film “KISS Rocks Vegas.”
The song was the opening tune and third single from the group’s fourth studio album, “Destroyer”, which became the band’s first platinum record for US sales of more than 1 million copies.
When “Detroit Rock City” failed to chart Stateside, radio stations flipped the single and began playing the b-side “Beth”, earning KISS their first US Top 10 hit.
Due August 26, “KISS Rocks Vegas” presents the band live during their nine-show 2014 Las Vegas residency at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel And Casino.
In addition to the regular concert, the project also features a seven-song acoustic set featuring vintage 1970s tracks by the group.
"We rocked and Vegas rolled!,” says Paul Stanley. “This was epic in-your-face KISS! We got up close and personal. I think rock and roll fans will really enjoy this spectacle that only KISS can deliver."
“KISS Rocks Vegas” will be available on DVD, Blu-ray, CD and LP, while a Deluxe Edition comes in a hardcover package with a 12x12 book, including photos from the show and an exclusive CD.
The band have previously previewed the set with a performance of their 1975 signature song, “Rock And Roll All Nite.”
KISS are currently playing dates on the US Freedom To Rock tour, which kicked off in Tucson, Arizona on July 4.
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