Exposed (Kiss video)

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Kiss Exposed (May 18, 1987).jpg
Video by
ReleasedMay 18, 1987
GenreHard rock
Length90 minutes
LabelPolygram Video
Kiss chronology
Animalize Live Uncensored
Crazy Nights

Exposed is the 1987 long form music video released by the American rock band Kiss. This was the band's second home video release. Exposed is based on an interview with the members of Kiss (almost exclusively Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley) and is interspersed with music videos and live concert clips from throughout Kiss' career, until the album Asylum. The conceptual footage was filmed at Gray Hall, a mansion in Beverly Hills, in August 1986.[1]

A follow up was planned and almost 5 hours of footage was filmed during the first week of Crazy Nights World Tour, but it was shelved for unknown reasons. The footage leaked to the bootleg circuit and is called "eXposed II".

Track listing[edit]

1."Who Wants To Be Lonely" (Video)Paul Stanley, Desmond Child, Jean Beauvoir 
2."Uh! All Night" (Video)Stanley, Child, Beauvoir 
3."I Love It Loud" (Live, June 18, 1983 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)Gene Simmons, Vinnie Vincent 
4."Deuce" (Live, January 31, 1975 - San Francisco, California)Simmons 
5."Strutter" (Live, January 25, 1976 - Detroit, Michigan)Stanley, Simmons 
6."Beth" (Live, September 1977 - Houston, Texas)Peter Criss, Stan Penridge, Bob Ezrin 
7."Detroit Rock City" (Live, 1980 - Australia)Stanley, Ezrin 
8."Tears Are Falling" (Video)Stanley 
9."Lick It Up" (Video)Stanley, Vincent 
10."All Hell’s Breakin’ Loose" (Video)Eric Carr, Stanley, Simmons, Vincent 
11."I Love It Loud" (Video)Simmons, Vincent 
12."I Stole Your Love" (Live, September 1977 - Houston, Texas)Stanley 
13."Heaven’s On Fire" (Video)Stanley, Desmond Child 
14."Ladies Room" (Live, September 1977 - Houston, Texas)Simmons 
15."Rock and Roll All Nite" (Live, 1980 - Australia)Stanley, Simmons 


RIAA certification[2] (United States)

Date Designation Total Sales
February 23, 1987 Gold 50,000
October 1, 1987 Platinum 100,000

CRIA certification[3] (Canada)

Date Designation Total Sales
February 1, 1990 Gold 50,000


  1. ^ KISS Alive Forever: The Complete Touring History, p. 164
  2. ^ "RIAA Gold & Platinum database". Retrieved February 11, 2009.
  3. ^ "CRIA certified awards". Archived from the original on March 27, 2012. Retrieved February 11, 2009. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)