Kiss Symphony (2003)

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Kiss's performance in Melbourne, Australia, on February 28th, 2003, at Telstra Dome, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Campbell.


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13 February 2005 | pkankaan
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| Awesome!!!
After watching this concert I have to say it was maybe the best concert I have seen. You could really see that all the members of Kiss really liked what they were doing and gave the Melbourne audience everything. All the songs were great and couple songs like: I Was Made for Lovin You, Love Gun and Rock and Roll All Nite were more than great! As some posters here have said the only problem was that the editing of this concert was too fast. Kiss really is 10/10 performing live. The IMDb user rating 3.9 ??? OK..that really doesn't justify anything but the editing...

Ps. Sorry for my bad English?

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