Kiss - Kiss (The Singles) album
Kiss is the debut studio album by American rock band Kiss, released on February 8, 1974. Much of the material on the album was written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as members of their pre-Kiss band Wicked Lester. Simmons estimated that the entire process of recording and mixing took three weeks, while co-producer Richie Wise has stated it took just 13 days.
Love Theme from Kiss. Album, Апрель 1974, Warner Music Group, Casablanca, Vogue. Re-Issue by Mercury Records.
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Kiss Kiss (Ladies' Code song). Kiss Kiss" (Korean: 키스 키스) is a song by South Korean girl group Ladies' Code. It was released as a single album on August 7, 2014 by Polaris Entertainment and is the group's fifth single overall. This was the last release featuring members EunB and RiSe, around a month before their deaths in September 2014.
The best Kiss albums represent the best releases from the hard rock band. The best Kiss albums represent the best releases from the hard rock band. With hits like "Detroit Rock City" and "Shout It Out Loud," "Destroyer" has since been deemed one of the 500 greatest albums of all time by "Rolling Stone" magazine.
Set for issue on 19 October, KISS: The Solo Albums – 40th Anniversary Collection, includes Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss – the albums the four founding members released concurrently to much fanfare, chart success and platinum sales. Highlights include a remake of ‘See You In Your Dreams’ (initially found on KISS’ 1976 benchmark album, Rock And Roll Over) and a cover of the 1940 Disney classic from Pinocchio, ‘When You Wish Upon A Star. Guest musicians include Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen, Bob Seger, Cher, Donna Summer, and Katey Sagal.
The only weak track is a tacky cover of the 1959 Bobby Rydell hit "Kissin' Time," which was added to subsequent pressings of the album to tie in with a "Kissing Contest" promotion the band was involved in at the time. Along with 1976's Destroyer, Kiss' self-titled debut is their finest studio album, and has only improved over the years.
|A1||I Was Made For Loving You|
|A2||Rock & Roll All Nite|
|A3||Sure Know Something|
|A4||Shout It Out Loud|
|A5||Hard Luck Woman|
|A8||I Love It Loud|
|B2||Talk To Me|
|B4||Detroit Rock City|
|B5||Calling Doctor Love|
|B6||Then She Kissed Me|
|B7||Lick It Up|
|B8||Heaven's On Fire|
- Distributed By – Concept Records
NotesAustralia only "Best Of" release consisting of every single released by KISS from the beginning up to the release date of 1985.
This was an official album, released under license from Polygram.
|CC 0013||Kiss||Kiss (The Singles) (LP, Comp)||Concept Records||CC 0013||Australia||1985|