Kiss, Motley Crue and Thin Lizzy Setlist, Check It Out -
Gene Simmons, Kiss. photo by Tim Cashmere

Gene Simmons, Kiss. photo by Tim Cashmere

Kiss, Motley Crue and Thin Lizzy Setlist, Check It Out

by Paul Cashmere on March 3, 2013

in Live,News

The Kiss, Motley Crue and Thin Lizzy tour kicked off in Perth this week and will head around Australia for the next two weeks, including one show in Mackay in far North Queensland.

Gene Simmons, Kiss. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Gene Simmons, Kiss. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Here is the setlist for Kiss, Motley Crue and Thin Lizzy from the first show in Perth on February 28.


Detroit Rock City (from Destroyer, 1976)
Shout It Out Loud (from Destroyer, 1976)
Hell or Hallelujah (from Monster, 2012)
I Love It Loud (from Creatures of the Night, 1982)
Psycho Circus (from Psycho Circus, 1998)
Calling Dr Love (from Rock and Roll Over, 1976)
Firehouse (from Kiss, 1974)
Wall of Sound (from Monster, 2012)
Outta This World (from Monster, 2012)
Bass solo
God of Thunder (from Destroyer, 1976)
War Machine (from Creatures of the Night, 1982)
Shandi (Paul solo) (from Unmasked, 1980)
Love Gun (from Love Gun, 1977)
Black Diamond (from Kiss, 1974)

Lick It Up (from Lick It Up, 1983)
I Was Made For Loving You (from Dynasty, 1979)
Rock and Roll All Nite (from Dressed To Kill, 1975)

Motley Crue

Saints Of Los Angeles (from Saints of Los Angeles, 2008)
Wild Side (from Girls, Girls, Girls, 1987)
Shout At The Devil (from Shout At The Devil, 1983)
Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.) (from Dr Feelgood, 1989)
Sex (single, 2012)
Home Sweet Home (from Theater of Pain, 1985)
Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away) (from Dr Feelgood, 1989)
Drum solo
Primal Scream (from Decade of Decadence 81-91, 1991)
Live Wire (from Too Fast For Love, 1981)
Dr. Feelgood (from Dr Feelgood, 1989)
Girls, Girls, Girls (from Girls, Girls, Girls, 1987)
Kickstart My Heart (from Dr Feelgood, 1989)

Thin Lizzy

Are You Ready (from Vagabonds, Kings, Warriors, Angels box, 2001)
Jailbreak (from Jailbreak, 1976)
Killer on the Loose (from Chinatown, 1980)
Don’t Believe A Word (from Johnny The Fox, 1976)
Whiskey In The Jar (from Vagabonds of the Western World, 1973)
Suicide (from Fighting, 1975)
Rosalie (from Fighting, 1975)
Roisi Dubh (Black Rose) A Rock Legend (from Black Rose A Rock Legend, 1979)
Cowboy Song (from Jailbreak, 1976)
The Boys Are Back In Town (from Jailbreak, 1976)

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