Rolling Stone Readers Pick the Top Ten Live Acts of All TimeSpringsteen is Number One, with the Rolling Stones and The Who following closely behind
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Kiss knows exactly what their audience wants: explosions, fireballs, loud guitars and lots of hits. It's the reason why a Kiss show from 1975 isn't that different than one today, even though they've replaced two of the original members. The band said farewell in 2000, but everybody knew that was bullshit: They were back on the road three years later and have been touring ever since. Fans (rightfully) bitch about the absence of Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, but that doesn't stop many of them from buying tickets.