Category: Rock

  1. Yojind Reply
    A decent debut album, but I stand as saying it's not the best Kiss record to introduce yourself to the band with. While the live show staple "Strutter" is present as the album's opener, most of this disc feels like filler. "Deuce", and "Black Diamond" are some other highlights, but overall I prefer the group's sophomore effort to this one.
  2. Vulkis Reply
    Check out Deuce (Album Version) by Kiss on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on timsresbotenforingmatahorpucave.coinfo(5).
  3. Arashilkree Reply
    Do You Love Me? (KISS Live - Rock And Roll Party In Tokyo) Makin' Love (KISS Live - Rock And Roll Party In Tokyo) I Want You (KISS Live - Rock And Roll Party In Tokyo) God Of Thunder (KISS Live - Rock And Roll Party In Tokyo) Cold Gin (KISS Live - Rock And Roll Party In Tokyo) Beth (KISS Live - Rock And Roll.
  4. Zulkiramar Reply
    Aug 09,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - KISS- DEUCE (LIVE ) YouTube KISS - Deuce / Strutter / Got To Choose [ Winterland 1/31/75 ] - Duration: KISSARMYHQ , views.
  5. Gat Reply
    Kiss is the debut studio album by American rock band Kiss, released on February 18, Much of the material on the album was written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as members of their pre-Kiss band Wicked timsresbotenforingmatahorpucave.coinfos estimated that the entire process of recording and mixing took three weeks, while co-producer Richie Wise has stated it took just 13 days.
  6. Meztikasa Reply
    Aug 05,  · DEUCE From The KUSS ALIVE Promo CD - Featuring Mark Eades On Bass, and Lead Vocals. Multi Grammy Award Winning Producer/Songwriter/Guitarist/KISS Collaborator, Bob Kulick endorses KUSS recordings.
  7. Dirr Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Demo Collection on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Kiss) - TONGUE 1 • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Deuce (First Kiss Demo) Cold Gin (First Kiss Demo) Beth (Acoustic Version) Reason To Live (Paul Demo) Bang.
  8. Nenris Reply
    This seems to be a transitionary single with the live version of the song replacing the studio. Credits on center-ring are altered accordingly, though the catalog number remained the same as the "Dressed To Kill" studio version released earlier in the year. the rarest single in the Australian KISS catalogue and one of the most expensive.