Crazy Nights

by: Kiss

Since Kiss' 1987 album, Crazy Nights, was their most pop-accessible album until then, a total of three video clips were issued, which are all featured on the home video of the same name. While the videos aren't exactly the best the band has ever produced, they were very popular with MTV viewers: all appeared regularly on the network's viewer request program at the time. The first video, "Crazy, Crazy Nights," is a no-frills clip of the quartet lip-syncing the anthemic song to an auditorium full of excited fans, while the second one, "Reason to Live," is a ballad that features clips of an attractive blonde seeking revenge on her unfaithful lover, Mr. Paul Stanley (!), while the band plays the song. The final clip, "Turn on the Night," is one of the album's most keyboard-heavy tracks, and follows the set-up of the second video for the most part -- a female fan is shown enjoying a concert by the band while Kiss plays away. Besides the three clips, no other footage is featured, which makes the Crazy Nights video of interest to Kiss completists only. ~ Greg Prato

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