Coming on June 11th is the first release of Kiss‘ official live bootleg series, “Off The Soundboard,” with Tokyo 2001. The show was taped on March 13th, 2001 at Japan’s Tokyo Dome, and will be will be available as a triple-LP standard black vinyl set, a 2-CD set, digital downloads, and available to stream. The 21-track concert features co-founders Paul StanleyGene Simmons, and Ace Frehley, along with drummer Eric Singer.

Off The Soundboard: Tokyo 2001 will also be available as an exclusive triple-LP set pressed on “crystal clear vinyl with bone swirl” via the official  Kiss Online Store

According to the official announcement:

Off The Soundboard: Tokyo 2001 captures Kiss giving the packed 55,000 seat venue the quintessential Kiss live experience, direct from the soundboard with such classic anthems as “I Was Made For Lovin’ You,” “Heaven’s On Fire,” “Rock And Roll All Night,” “Detroit Rock City,” as well as rarities such as “I Still Love You” from 1982’s Creatures Of The Night.


The tracklisting to Kiss’ Off The Soundboard: Tokyo 2001 is:

  • Disc One“Detroit Rock City,” “Deuce,” “Shout It Out Loud,” “Talk To Me,” “I Love It Loud,” “Firehouse,” “Do You Love Me,” “Calling Dr. Love,” “Heaven’s On Fire,” “Let Me Go Rock & Roll,” “Shock Me,” Ace Frehley – Guitar Solo, and “Psycho Circus”
  • Disc Two: “Lick It Up” / Gene Simmons – Bass Solo, “God Of Thunder,” Eric Singer – Drum Solo, “Cold Gin,” “100,000 Years,” “Love Gun,” “I Still Love You,” “Black Diamond,” “I Was Made For Lovin’ You,” and “Rock And Roll All Nite “

CHECK IT OUT: Kiss on March 13th, 2001 performing live in Tokyo: