This is it, the grand finale to Jake's album-by-album tribute to the fearsome foursome, the greatest band in the land, Kiss! The Bozek Brothers ride that sonic highway one last time to talk about the band's latest studio album, Monster! The 2012 record is the second featuring the current band lineup and a conscious attempt to capture that classic Kiss sound! Listen what the boys think of it as they go track-by-track!

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The Bozek Brothers are back to talk about the first Kiss studio album of the 21st century, 2009's Sonic Boom! The first studio album officially featuring the band's current lineup of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer, and Eric Singer, the record was the group's declaration that they could still write new, solid material after years of reunion tours and boasts the highest chart debut position in Kisstory! Listen as Jake and Mick go track-by-track discussing the album!

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The Bozek Brothers are reunited this week, this time talking about the Kiss reunion album Psycho Circus! Fresh off their commercially successful reunion tour, the original lineup of Kiss went back into the studio and put out this 1998 album marking the first time the quartet had been together on a record for nearly two decades! Listen as Jake and Mick talk about the album track-by-track along with the tumultuous history behind it!

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Jake invites fellow Geek Out co-host Sam back on to the Kiss program to talk about their 17th studio album, Carnival of Souls. Originally recorded in 1995-1996 as the rough groundwork for the next Kiss album, the band shelved the recordings to commit to a reunion tour with the founding members. After numerous bootlegs leaked to the public, Kiss dusted of the session tapes and released this! Listen as Jake and Sam go track by track through the record while discussing their favorite Kiss "songs".

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This week, Jake invites Sam back on the show to talk about Kiss' 1992 album, Revenge! Now into the 90s, Kiss was a band looking to return to form after the excesses and identity crises of the 80s. With a new drummer in Eric Singer and reunited with veteran producer Bob Ezrin, the band sought to do just that. Listen as Jack and Sam go track-by-track with the record the boys name among the band's best efforts!

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Jake brings back Sam for the final Kiss album from the 1980s and the longest studio album by the band to date; this week, it's 1989's Hot in the Shade! An attempt by Kiss to capture the rising appeal of power ballads popularized by contemporaries like Bon Jovi and Poison, this record boasts the most individual tracks than any other Kiss studio album. Also, as the last full-length album to feature Eric Carr, Jake looks over the late drummer's legacy and place in KISStory.

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The exploration of the makeup-less era of Kiss continues with Jake bringing back fellow Geek Out co-host Sam back on the show to talk about the band's 1987 studio album Crazy Nights. A response to the rise of arena rock and the growing popularity of counterparts like Van Halen, Crazy Nights sees the band trying to find their identity yet again. Listen as the boys go track-by-track for this one.

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Jake's exploration of all things Kiss kontinues with him inviting fellow Geek Out co-host Sam back on to talk about the band's 1985 album Asylum! Now three albums deep into the makeup-less era, the band finds a stable guitarist in Bruce Kulick after going through a rotation of guitarists to replace Ace Frehley. Listen as the boys talk about the album track-by-track and how it stands in greater Kisstory!

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Jake welcomes back Sam on the show this time to talk about Kiss' 1984 album and their sophomore effort without their iconic makeup and stage personas, Animalize. Very much a product of its era, the album has the band try to make their own impact in the dominant hair metal scene but how does it hold up? And how does new lead guitarist Mark St. John fare in his only studio album with the band after replacing former guitarist Vinnie Vincent? Take a listen as the boys go track-by-track to find out.

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Jake is back this time with fellow Geek Out co-host Chris, in his Kiss My Podcast debut, to discuss the 1983 Kiss album Lick It Up! A personal favorite of Chris', the album was an effort by Kiss to reinvent themselves and bring the focus back to their music rather than their personalities by stripping off the makeup that had made them so visually iconic in favor of putting out a solid rock album. But how does the album itself hold up? Listen as the duo go track-by-track on the album that defined Kiss for the 1980s!

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