Der Player kann die schon abspielen, man muß sie nur finden.
Solche Easter Eggs hat fast jede DVD irgendwo.....
KISS at Coventry 1973
Submitted on 11/4/2006 by Craig
To access the earliest known filmed performance of KISS from 1973 go to the main menu on Disc One. From there press your up button to light up the KISS logo. Press select and it will take you to the B&W footage shot by their management at the club Coventry from December 1973. It is the complete song Deuce.
KISS Play at Ace's Wedding
Submitted on 11/4/2006 by CraigOn the main menu of disc two press up and highlight the KISS logo. Press enter and it will take you to footage of KISS playing at Ace and Jeanette's wedding in May 0f 1976.
in this six minute egg they play Rock N Roll All Night and Shout It Out Loud without makeup and in tuxedos.
"Two easily overlooked little gems can be found on KISSology Volume 2 so we thought we’d list them here as well. Insert the third disc of the DVD set and on the Main Menu select the 'Credits' menu entry. Watch the credits and make sure you keep it running all the way to the end and you will see a 2-minute home video made by Eric Carr of himself in his hospital bed after he had open heart surgery on April 12, 1999.Another hidden gem can be found on the disc's Main Menu. Press the 'Up' arrow key to highlight the 'KISSology' logo and then press the 'Enter' key to unlock it.
You will now get to see a one-minute clip of Gene Simmons being interviewed with Mark St. John, who was the lead guitarist on only one KISS album, Animalize, when he first joined the band in 1984. Sadly, the clip ends stating that St. John died in early 2007."
Vol 3:http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbe ... emID=87002
KISS' brand new DVD box set, "Kissology - Vol. 3 1992-2000", features a total of three Easter eggs — one per disc. The Easter eggs can be found by pressing up once at the main menu until the word "Kissology" is highlighted. Then press enter.
* Disc 1 has an "amazing' five-minute compilation of KISS' recording sessions (between November 1995 and January 1996) for the album that became "Carnival of Souls".
* Disc 2 has the band's soundcheck for their performance under the Brooklyn Bridge for the MTV Video Music Awards back in 1996.
* Disc 3 has a 6:20 second clip from the BC Place Millennium December 31, 1999 concert from Vancouver. Paul Stanley counts down the millennium and at the stroke of midnight and Ace Frehley sings "2000 Man".http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KISSOLOGY_ ... 92-Present
Easter Eggs in all versions
DVD 1: Carnival Of Souls Studio Sessions Video Montage
DVD 2: MTV Video Music Awards soundcheck footage
DVD 3: KISS performing "2,000 Man" live at midnight during the Millennium concert.
DVD 3: Peter Criss Destroying Drum Kit(After Credits).