Carnival Of Souls

The Kousins talk about the KISS’s much-maligned, possibly conciliatory seventeenth studio album, “Carnival Of Souls.” One of us really loved it and the other two totally agreed with him. The album is totally misunderstood and had it not been for a sneaky leak, it may never have seen the light of day. It’s hard, very


The Kousins talk about the KISS’s eighth studio album, “Unmasked.” This was the last to SHOW Peter Criss on the cover, although, he played nary a drum lick on the album. It’s poppy, it’s polarizing. The Kousins go song-by-song. Do we love it? Do we hate it? If you’ve not listened to the podcast, or

Double Platinum, Killers, Smashes Thrashes & Hits

The Kousins talk about the KISS’s three-biggest “greatest hits” albums, “Double Platinum,” “KISS KIllers,” and “Smashes Thrashes and Hits.” They also discuss the New Year’s Eve show from Dubai on PPV. A call from Roadie Ray. The greatest hits records featured some rerecordings, remixes, and a few new songs. A song-by-song dive into the songs

Lick It Up

The Kousins talk about the KISS’s eleventh studio album and first without makeup and the first “official” album without Ace Frehley, “Lick It Up.” Vinnie Vincent was announced as the new guitarist and the band began recording the new album.¬†After a miserable tour for the previous album, it was time to take off the makeup.

Psycho Circus

The Kousins talk about the KISS’s eighteenth studio album and first with makeup and all original members in nearly 20 years, “Psycho Circus.” Such a promising situation and KISS Nation was excited. Was it a hit or were fans disappointed? How about the Kousins? They go through track-by-track and discuss it. “You Wanted the Best.”


The Kousins talk about the first live acoustic concert album from KISS, “MTV Unplugged.” Where does the album stand on each Kousins’ list? They go through track-by-track and discuss it. Kousin Tim said one song from this was Paul Stanley’s best vocal performance of all-time. You really got “Nothin’ to Lose” by listening, right? It’s


Happy Thanksgiving!! The Kousins talk about the beaters of the skins in KISS, the drummers. We talk about Peter, the passing of Eric Carr, Eric Singer, and the “stick-slingers” that worked behind the scenes. You can’t beat that! Call the TLDNetwork hotline and leave a message for the Kousins at 336-422-NUMB (6862). This podcast was


The Kousins talk about the twelfth KISS studio album, “Animalize.” It was produced by Paul Stanley and featured the only appearance of Mark St. John on a KISS record. THE hit was “Heavens on Fire.” When you listen to this album do you “Get All You Can Take,” or is it “Murder in High Heels”


The Kousins talk about the fourth KISS studio album, Destroyer. Probably the seminal KISS record. While Alive! broke them out, Destroyer was a make or break moment, and isn’t strange how fortune turned on chance? What are we talking about? You’ll have to listen to find out. We go song-by-song and discuss stories about the

Alive III

The Kousins talk about the third “live” album, KISS Alive III. We talk about the songs, especially the ones that were NOT on the first two “Alive” albums, what we think is missing, stories about the period, and more. We also give Eugene B. Sims from Wheeler’s Dog Podcast a lil love! Call the TLDNetwork