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Kiss, Kiss

Audio CD

Disk ID: 958751

Disk length: 34m 40s (10 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1974

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. Strutter 3:09
2. Nothin' To Lose 3:22
3. Firehouse 3:13
4. Cold Gin 4:19
5. Let Me Know 2:56
6. Kissin' Time 3:47
7. Deuce 3:01
8. Love Theme From Kiss 2:19
9. 100,000 Years 3:21
10. Black Diamonds 5:07

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Kiss's self-titled debut manages to simultaneously represent what rock & roll in the 1970s was all about, and stand up as a classic recording without sounding dated. That's a rare trick, even for Kiss (whose efforts after, oh, 1977 didn't do much more than tread water), and one that should be appreciated even as listening to the album brings back misty-eyed visions of high school. (It doesn't matter if you were in high school in the '70s, something about this album just screams late adolescence.) Kiss is, of course, crammed full of songs that would become concert favorites (most of this album appears on Alive!) and classics--who hasn't heard "Strutter" or "Deuce"? It's a slab of pure, unadulterated rock & roll. While this isn't especially thought-provoking stuff, it's arguable that rock ever should be. --Genevieve Williams

Other Versions

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Tracks: 10, Disk length: 35m 15s (+0m 35s)


Tracks: 10, Disk length: 35m 24s (+0m 44s)


Tracks: 10, Disk length: 35m 25s (+0m 45s)


Tracks: 17 (+7 tracks), Disk length: 1h 14m 4s (+39m 24s)

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