For Kiss' breakthrough 1975 release Alive!, the band had a total of three studio albums from which to select their in-concert repertoire. By mid-1977, Kiss had released another three studio recordings (Destroyer, Rock and Roll Over, and Love Gun), and with a new Kiss album needed for the holiday season, a second live album, Alive II, was assembled…
A Soyuz rocket launches toward the International Space Station from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on March 27, 2015. This is live footage from the Science Chanel of the Soyuz Rocket launch.
SPRiNTER released the DVDRip of 2011 documentary movie “Rocket Compulsion” directed by Gregory J. Read and starring Lee Perry. Enjoy! This is the story of a tenacious Australian Jet Pilot, David Mayman, as he strives to achieve his childhood dream of building and free-flying his very own Rocket Belt, only to discover he faces a nearly impossible task. Collaborating with the world’s leading Rocket Belt engineers David risks life and limb to become the world’s next Rocketman. ROCKET COMPULSION will take the audience on a ride that shows point blank why less people have flown Rocket Belts than have walked on the Moon.
Alive II is a 1977 live album from KISS. It is the group's eighth album and second live album. Recorded live at the L.A. Form in August '77, the album has three live sides and one side of new studio songs. On October 27, 1977, “KISS Alive II” was released, shipping Platinum following the then form of recent KISS albums. To this day the album remains one of the highest RIAA-recognized certified KISS albums, having been certified quadruple-platinum in February 1996.