Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Set List For KISS Concert In Salt Lake City, Utah

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Here's the set list from KISS' first show of their 40th anniversary tour at the USANA Amphitheatre on Monday, June 23, 2014.

Set List:

King of the Night Time World
Cold Gin
War Machine
Hide Your Heart
Christine Sixteen
Shout It Out Loud
I Love It Loud
Makin' Love
Psycho Circus
Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll
Black Diamond
Detroit Rock City
Rock and Roll All Nite


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

13 songs??? I know it was a double-bill but seriously...13 songs? Sad.

Anonymous said...

Yeah. That's bang for your buck. Same show. Same everything. Oh yeah and Paul's voice is still horrendous. Ugh. Such a shame to watch them go down like this.

Anonymous said...

OMG. What happened?? Should have let it go after the Farewell tour. This is crazy. At lest they are smart enough to leave Sonic Boom and Monster stuff out of the set. Good that Tommy didn't cop ace any further than the licks.. Paul is singing 5 tunes and a line or two from a few more but it's all gene and his Demon is gone, now he's the Dad from that TV Show muttering his way thorugh the stuff. Def Leppard must be shaking their heads as they pull out of the arena to the next gig. For a 40th Anniversary Tour this is a disgrace. I normally have never missed a shot at seeing them several times on any given tour since 1983 but I'm hanging it up. Glad they sold out, good for them, it's what they wanted to do but I wonder if it was a lfuke till the word spreads. it's a cash grab lets face it. Matter of fact most of the tours were but there is little substance here. Please guys, do a 2 week run of shows with Ace and Peter and put it to bed once and for all. That is, of course IF Paul can rest, get his vocals back and if not, stop after the Vegas trip and at least save your voice to at least talk and sing here and there to your children, this aint worth it Paul... I love ya always, but c'mon.

Anonymous said...

Why such a short set? I've seen double bills where the final act played more than 13 songs. Where's Love Gun? God Of Thunder? Heaven's On Fire? Lick It Up? Deuce? 100,000 Years?

Hide Your Heart? Seriously?

"LoneWolf' Alex Thorn said...

Hide your heart! Yes!

Anonymous said...

Please KIϟϟ , stand down. Paul and Gene sound horrible at this point. Looking forward to Ace solo album on August 19th. Space Invader.

Anonymous said...

They need a replacement for Gene ASAP. His bass solo? is horrendous. Seriously the worst thing I have ever seen live. "I Love It Loud" is equally pathetic and sounds like it is sung by Peter Brady, "When it's time to change, then its time to change" What happened?
Backing tracks will be a huge improvement. Maybe for their set they should just screen "Phantom of the Park". I won't even comment on Paul Truly sad as I am a huge fan. 40th anniversary? Comedy at best.

Ossie said...

Pitiful. Only a few days ago Paul Stanley said this was a Kiss tour, not a Kiss/Leppard tour so the headliner only plays 13 songs? It breaks my heart to see what has happened to these guys. They really should have hung it up after the Farewell tour.

Anonymous said...

It's so funny to see people say "it's sad to see them go down like this" or " they need to find a replacements for Paul, or gene" stfu who are you? They are an amazing group for getting together and doing this for the fans. If you don't like what they are doing now, keep it to your self and don't go to the concert, they wouldn't want your asses there anyways.

Anonymous said...

The Usana show in Utah started late. KISS had to cut their show short to accommodate the city noise ordinance. Less than 12 hours after the show was over Paul and Gene both tweeted that the show would be longer from now on. The reviews here in town have been tremendous. No one is complaining about the shorter show because KISS gave 110% for every song they sang. The spectacle that is a KISS concert was well received by a record breaking crowd of over 20k people. Paul doesn't sing like he did in 1978, but he's much improved since the Sonic Boom tour. Gene's bass solo is still laughable, and more of an expedition of an ape strumming a bass. But his vocals are just as good as ever. Tommy and Eric were near perfect. I personally was glad there was no guitar or drum solo. It is a great show and it will get better in the coming weeks!

Randy said...

The Usana show in Utah started late. KISS had to cut their show short to accommodate the city noise ordinance. Less than 12 hours after the show was over Paul and Gene both tweeted that the show would be longer from now on. The reviews here in town have been tremendous. No one is complaining about the shorter show because KISS gave 110% for every song they sang. The spectacle that is a KISS concert was well received by a record breaking crowd of over 20k people. Paul doesn't sing like he did in 1978, but he's much improved since the Sonic Boom tour. Gene's bass solo is still laughable, and more of an expedition of an ape strumming a bass. But his vocals are just as good as ever. Tommy and Eric were near perfect. I personally was glad there was no guitar or drum solo. It is a great show and it will get better in the coming weeks!

Laughing said...

Yes Randy, you were so right to believe the Kiss hype. The show the last couple of nights has got longer... by 1 song.

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