Kiss Box Set Includes 20 Previously Unreleased Tracks

Still-untitled four-disc set due in November.

It probably won't be Kiss' last release, since the business-savvy Gene Simmons has already promised to deliver an Alive 4, but an upcoming box set attempts to sum up the band's long, lucrative career.

The still-untitled four-disc set, due November 13, will comprise 80 tracks — 20 of which are previously unreleased. Among the rarities are early demos of "Deuce" and "Strutter"; demos from recording sessions for Destroyer (1976), Rock and Roll Over (1976), Love Gun (1977) and Unmasked (1980); 1973 concert recordings of "Acrobat" and "Firehouse"; and cuts by Wicked Lester, the group Simmons and Paul Stanley played in before forming Kiss in 1973, the band's publicist said.

The remaining 60 songs will be album tracks, B-sides and outtakes. A 96-page booklet containing band essays and rare photos will also be included in the package.