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Kiss Symphony: Alive IV Live album by Kiss Released July 22, 2003 Recorded February 28, 2003 (2-disc edition); October 7, 2003 (single-disc edition) Genre Hard rock, symphonic rock Length 1:36:15 Label Kiss Sanctuary Professional reviews Allmusic link Kiss chronology The Very Best of Kiss (2002) Kiss Symphony: Alive IV (2003) Kiss Alive! 1975-2000 (2006) Single Disc Edition cover. Kiss Symphony: Alive IV is a 2003 live album from Kiss performing with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO). The arrangements were made by David Campbell, who also conducted the MSO. It is the group's fourth album in the Alive series and first release under Kiss Records and Sanctuary Records. The album featured three of the original members of Kiss (Peter Criss, Paul Stanley, and Gene Simmons). Ace Frehley once again left the band and the concert featured for the first time a replacement musician, Tommy Thayer, dressed as Ace Frehley's "Spaceman". Back in 2000, Kiss was to release the original Alive IV (Featuring the original re-united lineup) but, due to label politics and contracts, it was not to be. Even with the artwork being revealed[1] and "Rock and Roll All Nite" (from Alive IV) being added to the Kiss Box Set, the album was shelved. The band then moved labels from Universal/Island to Sanctuary Music and they released Alive IV - Kiss Symphony. However the original Alive IV was indeed released when the band released the box set of all past Alive albums entitled Kiss Alive! 1975-2000 in 2006 . The album is not called Alive IV, but rather ALIVE: The Millennium Concert. The members of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra who accompanied Kiss during this performance wore makeup that mimicked the band members. At the same time they also wore tuxedos. 10,000 limited numbered copies were released on vinyl in the United States. The live versions of Rock and Roll All Nite, God of Thunder and Lick it Up were featured on the soundtrack of Tony Hawks Underground. Contents 1 The songs 2 Track listing 2.1 2-Disc Edition 2.1.1 Disc 1 2.1.2 Disc 2 2.2 Single-Disc Edition 3 Personnel 4 Charts 5 Sales accomplishments 6 References 7 External links // The songs Unlike past Alive releases, the songs on the album appear in the order they were performed, with the concert split into three acts. In Act One, the members of Kiss performed 6 songs by themselves. In Act Two, Kiss performed an acoustic set with the Melbourne Symphony Ensemble for the next five songs. In Act Three, the longest act, the band played with the full 60 piece orchestra on all tracks. Track listing All tracks recorded at Etihad Stadium (formerly known as Telstra Dome) in Melbourne, Australia, on February 28, 2003. 2-Disc Edition Disc 1 Act One: Kiss "Deuce" (Gene Simmons) "Strutter" (Paul Stanley, Simmons) "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll" (Stanley, Simmons) "Lick It Up" (Vinnie Vincent, Stanley) "Calling Dr. Love" (Simmons) "Psycho Circus" (Stanley, Simmons) Act Two: Kiss with The Melbourne Symphony Ensemble "Beth" (Peter Criss, Stan Penridge, Bob Ezrin) "Forever" (Stanley, Michael Bolton) "Goin' Blind" (Simmons, Stephen Coronel) "Sure Know Something" (Stanley, Vini Poncia) "Shandi" (Stanley, Poncia) Disc 2 Act Three: Kiss with The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra "Detroit Rock City" (Stanley, Ezrin) "King of the Night Time World" (Stanley, Ezrin, Kim Fowley, Mark Anthony) "Do You Love Me" (Stanley, Ezrin, Fowley) "Shout It Out Loud" (Stanley, Simmons, Ezrin) "God of Thunder" (Stanley) "Love Gun" (Stanley) "Black Diamond" (Stanley) "Great Expectations" (Simmons, Ezrin) featuring the Australian Children's Choir "I Was Made for Lovin' You" (Stanley, Desmond Child, Poncia) "Rock and Roll All Nite" (Stanley, Simmons) Single-Disc Edition Act One: Kiss "Deuce" (Simmons) "Lick It Up" (Vincent, Stanley) "Calling Dr. Love" (Simmons) Act Two: Kiss with The Melbourne Symphony Ensemble "Beth" (Criss, Ezrin, Penridge) "Goin' Blind" (Simmons, Coronel) "Shandi" (Stanley, Poncia) Act Three: Kiss with The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra "Detroit Rock City" (Stanley, Ezrin) "King of the Night Time World" (Stanley, Ezrin, Fowley, Anthony) "Do You Love Me" (Stanley, Ezrin, Fowley) "Shout It Out Loud" (Stanley, Simmons, Ezrin) "God of Thunder" (Stanley) "Love Gun" (Stanley) "Black Diamond" (Stanley) "Great Expectations" (Simmons, Ezrin) featuring the Australian Children's Choir "Rock and Roll All Nite" (Stanley, Simmons) Bonus Track "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?" (Joey Ramone) Originally recorded by The Ramones Personnel Paul Stanley - rhythm guitar, lead vocals; acoustic guitar Gene Simmons - bass, lead vocals; acoustic bass Tommy Thayer - lead guitar, backing vocals; acoustic guitar Peter Criss - drums, vocals with The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Mark Opitz-Producer Tony Wall-Engineer Charts Album - ARIA (Australia) Year Chart Position 2003 Australian ARIA Aalbum Chart 14[2] Album - Billboard 200 (United States) Year Chart Position 2003 Billboard 200 18[3] Sales accomplishments CRIA certification[4] (Canada) Date Designation Total Sales August 1, 2003 Gold 50,000 References ^ http://www.kissasylum.com/photos/Alive4japan.jpg ^ "ARIA chart history-Kiss albums database". http://www.australian-charts.com/search.asp?cat=a&artist=Kiss&artist_search=starts&title=&title_search=starts. Retrieved February 12, 2009.  ^ "The Billboard 200-Symphony: Alive IV". http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/esearch/chart_display.jsp?cfi=305&cfgn=Albums&cfn=The+Billboard+200&ci=3050487&cdi=8031603&cid=08%2F09%2F2003. Retrieved March 19, 2009. [dead link] ^ "Gold & Platinum Certification – August 2003". http://www.cria.ca/gold/0803_g.php. Retrieved February 12, 2009.  External links Kiss FAQ - Kiss Symphony: Alive IV Kiss FAQ - Kiss Symphony: Alive IV (Single-Disc Edition) v · d · eKiss Paul Stanley · Gene Simmons · Tommy Thayer · Eric Singer Peter Criss · Ace Frehley · Eric Carr · Vinnie Vincent · Mark St. John · Bruce Kulick Studio albums Kiss · Hotter Than Hell · Dressed to Kill · Destroyer · Rock and Roll Over · Love Gun · Gene Simmons · Ace Frehley · Peter Criss · Paul Stanley · Dynasty · Unmasked · Music from "The Elder" · Creatures of the Night · Lick It Up · Animalize · Asylum · Crazy Nights · Hot in the Shade · Revenge · Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions · Psycho Circus · Sonic Boom Live albums Alive! · Alive II · Alive III · Kiss Unplugged · You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best!! · Kiss Symphony: Alive IV · Kiss Instant Live · Alive! 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All Night" · "Crazy Crazy Nights" · "Reason to Live" · "Turn on the Night" · "Let's Put the 'X' in Sex" · "(You Make Me) Rock Hard" · "Hide Your Heart" · "Forever" · "Rise to It" · "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II" · "Unholy" · "Domino" · "I Just Wanna" · "Every Time I Look At You" · "I Love It Loud (Live)" · "Rock and Roll All Nite (Unplugged)" · "Jungle" · "Psycho Circus" · "We Are One" · "I Finally Found My Way" · "You Wanted the Best" · "Modern Day Delilah" · "Say Yeah" · "Never Enough" Tribute albums Hard to Believe: Kiss Covers Compilation · Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved · A Tribute to the Creatures of the Night · Kiss My Grass: A Hillbilly Tribute to Kiss · Spin the Bottle · Gods of Thunder: A Norwegian Tribute to Kiss · Lick It Up – A Millennium Tribute to Kiss · Kiss My Ankh · Sheep in KISS Make Up Concert tours Club Tour · Kiss Tour · Hotter Than Hell Tour · Dressed to Kill Tour · Alive! 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