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.
Album Hex. The Stand Lyrics Did he?The bastard,I'm not standing for that!" And "Just who do they think they are,they can't push us around, can they lads?"In the end,I suppose there wasn,t any choice I blame then though, in my opinion,it was needle,needle,nag nag,they wouldn't let i. .
Unmasked is the eighth studio album by American hard rock band Kiss, released in 1980. The album features substantial songwriting contributions from Vini Poncia, who had previously been Ringo Starr's post-Beatles songwriting partner
JOOLZ The Kiss (1984 UK 3-track 12" vinyl single, also including the Dance Mix plus Paved With Gold, housed in the black & white picture sleeve with the lyrics to both tracks printed on reverse. Last 2 copies in stock.
We have often heard it said that the album is dead. We don’t believe this is true; because if you study what people actually watch, while much of it is short hits and Youtube clips, they also love long series that create a particular atmosphere and entry into another world in which they can submerge themselves. Since Between Dog and Wolf, we have tried to make records that work in the same way. Only this time we’ve gone a little further Continue reading.
The Kiss (Dance Mix)
Paved With Gold
Mark Angelo Studios
Abstract Records Ltd.
Music By, Producer
Other [Road Manager And Familiar]
Recorded at: Mark Angelo Recording Studios 01 443 1523 Special thanks to: Wobble, Ollie, Rik, Slade the Leveller, Ratso, Francesca, Helen and Mark, Angus.
"The rich, noisy city, fat with food and drink, is a spent thing; its chief concern is its digestion and its little game of hide and seek with the undertaker. Money and office and success are the consolations of impotence. Fortune turns kind to such solid people and lets them suck their bones in peace. She flicks her whip upon flesh that is more alive upon that stream of hungery boys and girls who tramp the streets of every city, recognizable by their pride and discontent, who are the Future, and who possess the treasure of creative power." The Song Of The Lark, Willa Cather.