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Music / Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions

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Carnival Of Souls: The Final Sessions is the 17th studio album by the American hard rock band KISS, released in 1997. It is the last to feature Bruce Kulick as an active member of the band, and Eric Singer would also leave, though he would later return as Peter Criss' replacement for the albums Sonic Boom and Monster.


  1. "Hate"
  2. "Rain"
  3. "Master & Slave"
  4. "Childhood's End"
  5. "I Will Be There"
  6. "Jungle"
  7. "In My Head"
  8. "It Never Goes Away"
  9. "Seduction Of The Innocent"
  10. "I Confess"
  11. "In The Mirror"
  12. "I Walk Alone"


Principal Members

  • Paul Stanley - rhythm guitar, vocals
  • Gene Simmons - bass guitar, vocals
  • Bruce Kulick - lead guitar, bass guitar on "Rain", "I Will Be There", "Jungle", "It Never Goes Away", "In the Mirror", and "I Walk Alone", lead vocals on "I Walk Alone"
  • Eric Singer - drums, percussion, backing vocals

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