Unplugged

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

Drumsticks!

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

Animalize

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”

Destroyer

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

KISStober

The Kousins talk about sixteen albums, six singles, “KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park” and other film and television appearances, home videos, the Gene Simmons-Shannon Tweed wedding anniversary, and a whole lot more that happened in October. A call from Roadie Ray and a record giveaway. What was your favorite KISStober moment or item?

Dressed to Kill

The Kousins talk about the third studio albums from KISS, “Dressed to Kill.” Kousin Tim ranks it pretty low on his overall KISS list, the Kousins debate it. A call from Roadie Ray. The Kousins discuss the album track by track, the state of the band at the time, the sound quality, what they like,

Sonic Boom & Monster

The Kousins talk about the nineteenth and twentieth studio albums from KISS, “Sonic Boom” and “Monster.” And it’s another long one. We talk about the songs, where they fall in our lists, how we feel, break down the instruments and geek out a little. We also pay tribute to a Rock God that we lost

Preliminary Ranking

  Rank Kousin Tim Kousin Gary Kousin Marvin 1 Music From The Elder Destroyer 2 Love Gun Carnival of Souls Music From The Elder 3 Kiss Revenge Hotter Than Hell 4 Hotter Than Hell Love Gun Destroyer 5 Rock & Roll Over Creatures of the Night Alive II 6 Alive II Alive II Rock &

Love Gun

The Kousins talk about the sixth studio album from KISS, “Love Gun.” And it’s a long one. We talk about the songs, where they fall in our lists, how we feel, break down the instruments, and geek out a little. We’re just “Hooligans” and some will say we’re “Almost Human.” Call the TLDNetwork hotline and