Can't Stop The Show: The Return of KIX
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In 2014, platinum-selling Maryland hard rock icons KIX released their seventh full-length album, Rock Your Face Off after almost 20 years since their last studio effort, (1995's Show Business). The band Steve Whiteman (vocals), Brian "Damage" Forsythe (guitar), Ronnie "10/10" Younkins (guitar), Jimmy "Chocolate" Chalfant (drums) and Mark Schenker (bass) returned with a raucous, roaring and real display of rock 'n' roll. CAN'T STOP THE SHOW: THE RETURN OF KIX, a 2 disc DVD/CD set, is a 71-minute film; an in-depth look at how the band decided to record a new album after 20 years. It features the making of the album from bassist Mark Schenker's studio, interviews with all band members, and a rare appearance by producer Taylor Rhodes (Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, KIX's Hot Wire). CAN'T STOP THE SHOW: THE RETURN OF KIX also takes a look at KIX's unparalleled live show. In cameo appearances, notable rock artists and key music industry veterans share their love and respect for KIX. DVD extras features music videos, live footage and the extended guest interviews. The CD, CAN'T STOP THE SHOW (LIVE) included in the 2 disc set, offers never-before-released live KIX tracks recorded over the last three years. A bonus KIX logo sticker is inside the first manufacturing run, a special treat for KIX fans around the world. And each band member offers his own special contribution to the packaging which fans will love.
DVD w/Bonus CD 1
01. Wheels In Motion (Live)
02. Rock Your Face Off (Live)
03. Cold Shower (Live)
04. Mean Miss Adventure (Live)
05. You're Gone (Live)
06. Cold Blood (Live)
07. Can't Stop The Show (Live)
08. Girl Money (Live)
09. Love Me With Your Top Down (Live)
10. Blow My Fuse (Live)
11. Love Pollution (Live at Sirius/XM)
12. Midnite Dynamite (Live at Sirius/XM)
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[Added 11/11/16 - I have now listened to the live CD as well. To me the sound quality is better than the two previous live Kix CDs (Live, Live in Baltimore). It includes a good mix of new and classic material.
I am a hard rock fan... been hooked for 45 years. Been to more concerts than I can even remember. IMO, Kix is by far the most underated rock band of all time. I marvel how good the band is...and more importantly.... there live shows are "MUST SEE" !! I saw them twice in the last year...and they are surely one of the most enjoyable rock band I have seen. Putting aside big stage theatrics, stadium stuff, etc... Kix does not have those kinds of budgets. But for pure energy, sound quality, tightness of band, quality of vocals, quality of song list....truly remarkable. Steve Whiteman voice doesnt appear to have lost anything after all these years... truly remarkable... compare that too Axl Rose, who sounds like a completely different singer. Whatever Steve is doing for longevity...he should sell to the rest of us... his stage energy, moves and voice is just exhilarating! What an inspiration!
I sure hope the band stays together and continues touring, hopefully more in the West Coast... its the kind of show, I could see a few times a year and never get tired of.....
Kudos to Kix, thx for still rockin us !!!!
Also as a side note.... while the band was apart... Steves solo work was also GREAT...and the guitarist who started Rhino in LA, is also an under rated but awesome band.... kinda like an AC/DC spin off..... remarkable how good they were too.... if you like ACDC, check out there music.... it demonstrated how talented these guys are as writers, as well as musicians. Download some of there solo stuff, it will amaze you....