Black Diamond" is a song by American hard rock band Kiss, written by rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley. 'Black Diamond' was written almost exactly as it is," he said, "except that the riff wasn't there; Gene brought that part i. t's all about arrangement and embellishment. But that doesn't mean you wrote the song.
This is a list of the best-selling albums in the United States based on RIAA certification and Nielsen SoundScan sales tracking. The criteria are that the album must have been published (including self-publishing by the artist), and the album must have achieved at least a diamond certification from the RIAA. The albums released prior to March 1991 should be included with their certified units only, as their Nielsen SoundScan sales are not complete.
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Love Junkie" and "Man Loves His Money" are as sexy as any Prince song, with interesting guitar solos and funky basslines. And even when she's calling out dishonest lovers everywhere on "Bone 2 Pic" and "Just a Pimp," she makes it sound like the offenders should be ashamed for dissing such a sexy woman.
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Whoo, black diamond Whoo, black diamond. Darkness will fall on the city It seems to follow you too And though you don't ask for pity There's nothing that you can do, no, no. Whoo, black diamond Whoo, black diamond. Out on the streets for a living Picture's only begun Your day is sorrow and madness Got you under their thumb. It is featured on the band’s self-titled debut album, and is traditionally played in concert, as the last song of the main set, prior to the encores. The studio version features Peter Criss' lead vocals, with Paul Stanley singing the lead on piece, before handing the vocal duties over to Criss, with the iconic ‘hit it!’ which pushes the song into high gear. Paul Stanley claims he was inspired to compose this song by the many street-walker prostitutes he regularly saw in New York City, during the early 1970s.
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