Rock and Roll All Nite
From the episode: Road to Europe
Singers: KISS, Lois
Voices: Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Seth MacFarlane, Chris Cox, Alex Borstein

"Rock and Roll All Nite" is a song by KISS, originally released on their 1975 album Dressed to Kill. It was released as the A-side of their fifth single, with the album track "Getaway". The studio version of the song peaked at #57 on the Billboard singles chart, besting the band's previous charting single, "Kissin' Time" (#79). A subsequent live version, released as a single in October 1975, eventually reached #12, the first of six Top 20 songs for Kiss in the 1970s. Since then, it has become Kiss's most identifiable song, and has served as the group's closing concert number in almost every concert since 1976. In 2008 it was named the 16th greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1.

In "Road to Europe", the band sings the song at KISS Stock, for the most part voicing themselves, as Peter Criss and Ace Frehley were voiced by Seth MacFarlane and Chris Cox, respectively. During this performance, they get the audience involved. The audience member, Lois Griffin, botched the lyrics. From there, she faced harsh criticism.


Kiss: You keep on shoutin, you keep on shoutin

I wanna rock and roll all nite...

(Aims the microphone at Lois)

Lois: And have a wonderful...time

Is that it?

Oh no, no. And something, something all day...right?

Gene Simmons: Oh man, I've lost all faith in mankind.

Paul Stanley: Music is dead to me now.

Peter Criss: Hey, now's our chance

Ace Frehley: Let's do it

Together: Pardon me boy, is that the Chattanooga choo-choo?

Track 29, and can you give me a shine...