KISS: Limited-Edition MP3 Badge Player Featuring Three Live Albums From 2008 Tour

KISS: Limited-Edition MP3 Badge Player Featuring Three Live Albums From 2008 Tour

Fans used to wearing their KISS-loving hearts on their sleeve can now wear it wherever they like with a cool and convenient limited-edition MP3 badge player courtesy of Concert Live.

The player is jam-packed with three live KISS albums from the band's 2008 world tour:

* Live at Paris Bercy - June 17, 2008
* Live at Arrow Rock festival - June 15, 2008
* Live at Download festival - June 13, 2008

Complete with its very own limited-edition presentation box, this MP3 badge is the essential companion to your 2015 festival season.

Every track from the album is downloadable to your laptop or PC using a mini SD card, keeping you connected to the legendary KISS whenever and wherever you like.

The badge and three live albums (two of which you won't find on sale anywhere else) are available for just £10, an essential and affordable addition to any KISS fan's trophy cabinet!

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