Kiss: Animalize Live Uncensored is a live video by the American rock band Kiss recorded at Cobo Hall on December 8, 1984 during Kiss' Animalize Tour. It was originally aired on MTV. The tour featured arguably the most varied setlist Kiss has ever played, featuring songs from seven of the band's studio releases up to that point. Three songs from Animalize were played, and many of the band's more popular songs were performed. The show was filmed on the same day temporary guitarist Bruce Kulick was named an official member, replacing Mark St. John. As suggested by its title, Animalize Live Uncensored features plenty of filthy on-stage banter from singer/guitarist Paul Stanley.
The biggest criticism's with the VHS/LaserDisc release was their heavy studio overdubbing. Much of Paul Stanley's guitar playing was re-recorded in the studio prior to the final audio mix for the video release, just like what was done with Alive and Alive II. Stanley's vocals were heavily, if not entirely, overdubbed in the studio to make for a cleaner audio presentation. The concert has yet to be officially released on DVD. The only DVD version available is a Brazilian-produced bootleg ripped from a Japanese laserdisc. The concert is reportedly set to be re-released as part of the upcoming fourth volume in the band's Kissology series.