Ready to rock 'n' roll all night to the live sounds of Kiss? Ultimate Classic Rock and Universal Music are giving away a prize package featuring every one of the band's five 'Alive' albums on vinyl, including the previously rare 'Alive: The Millennium Concert.'

In fact, Kiss' fifth 'Alive' installment -- featuring a reunion of the group's founding lineup -- has never been released on vinyl before. The concert recording, from New Year's Eve 1999 at Vancouver, Canada, previously appeared only as part of the 'Kiss Alive 1975-2000' CD box set.

Use the Rafflecopter widget above to enter this contest. Sharing your entry across Facebook and Twitter platforms will give you even more opportunities to win. The entry deadline is Jan. 12, 2015, at 11:59PM ET.

'Alive' kicked off the series in 1975, and turned out to be Kiss' career-saving first-ever Top 10 entry. 'Alive II' followed in 1977, and became their fastest-moving album to date with double-platinum sales. 'Alive III' arrived in 1993, with a new makeup-free lineup that included Bruce Kulick and Eric Singer. 'Kiss Symphony: Alive IV,' a 2003 release featuring Tommy Thayer in place of Ace Frehley, found Kiss working in an inventive new format alongside the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

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