KISS Shares Rare 1984 Live Recording of ‘I Still Love You’

KISS Shares Rare 1984 Live Recording of ‘I Still Love You’ | I Love Classic Rock Videos

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In anticipation of the April 7 release of the newest installment of KISS’ Off The Soundboard series, the band is currently playing a previously unreleased track from 1984 that features guitarist Mark St John.

Released on April 7th, Off The Soundboard captures a concert by the band at the Mid-Hudson Arena in November 1984, during their Animalize World Tour, including Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Carr, and guitarist Mark St. John, which was a rare lineup of the group but did not last long. After being sidelined by reactive arthritis for all but two and a half shows on the tour, St. John made his first full live performance at the show; he had a fatal brain hemorrhage in 2007 at the age of 51.

The official KISS online store is the only place to get the limited edition two-album set Off The Soundboard: Poughkeepsie, New York, 1984, which is pressed on a rare 180-gram custard yellow vinyl. The album is also available on CD, two-LP, digital, and streaming bundles.

Previously, the band released the live version of another track from the album entitled, “Creatures of the Night.” Moreover, KISS is also scheduled to begin the South American leg of their End Of The Road farewell tour this April 12.

Check out the song below.