Kiss' career-spanning 96-track "Box Set" (Mercury) is the lavish retrospective package that music fans would most like to find in their stocking this holiday season. Of 4,356 voters in a Billboard.com

Kiss' career-spanning 96-track "Box Set" (Mercury) is the lavish retrospective package that music fans would most like to find in their stocking this holiday season. Of 4,356 voters in a Billboard.com poll, 21% chose the Kiss set, leaving Creedence Clearwater Revival's "The Creedence Box" (Fantasy) in second place with 17%.

In third, with 13%, was Columbia/Legacy's "Lady Day: The Complete Billy Holiday on Columbia (1933-1944)," followed by the various artists compilation "Can You Dig It? The '70s Soul Experience" from Rhino with 12%. Cat Stevens' "On the Road to Find Out" (A&M) was the last to pull in double-digits, as it garnered 10% of the vote.

"Q: The Musical Biography of Quincy Jones" (Rhino) nabbed 9%, while Polydor's "The Velvet Underground Bootleg Series, Volume 1: The Quine Tapes" and the Grateful Dead's "The Golden Road" (Rhino) each earned 7%.

Trailing behind all is Rhino's "Buffalo Springfield Box Set" with 2%, and Revenant Records' Charley Patton collection, "Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues," which pulled in just 1% of the vote.

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