BAND ACE FREHLEY ALBUM SPACEMAN LABEL eOne/SPV OUT Oct 19th OUR RATING 90/100 I wanna be totally honest: I love KISS, I'm a fan of all line-up but I always thought that ACE was the real top player of the band! Maybe not easy to manage, but surely able to hit us with his unique style. For a few days is available the new platter called SPACEMAN, out on Oct 19th. In our opinion SPACEMAN might be the closest link to his acclaimed 1978 solo record, both in mood and execution. In t
After ALIVE II, the KISS' fourth platinum album in two years, the group, along with manager Aucoin, want to take the band to the next level. The first part of 1978 have seen the release of four solo albums, one for every member. All albums released and sold as Kiss albums (with similar cover art and poster inserts). Stanley's and Frehley's albums were more in hard rock mood, while Criss' album featured an R&B style with several ballads and Simmon's was the most various. The s
CREATURES OF THE NIGHT is the 10th studio full-lenght by KISS, released in 1982, the last out through Casablanca Records,. It's also the last album recorded with Ace Frehley credited as an official member (until 1998's Psycho Circus), and its first with Vinnie Vincent as the initially uncredited lead guitarist (Vincent would later be credited but not featured on the cover of the 1985 reissue of the album) and last album to feature the band with their trademark make-up until P
KILLERS is the 2nd compilation album by KISS. It was released only outside the US, but quickly became available as an import. Various songwriters and session musicians were used for the writing and recording of the four new songs on Killers as well as the next album, Creatures of the Night. Mikel Japp co-wrote "Down on Your Knees" with Stanley and Bryan Adams. Adam Mitchell, another outside songwriter, was brought in by producer Michael James Jackson.
Despite being pictured
Carnival of souls: The Final Sessions is the 17th studio full-lenght by KISS released in 1997. It was the las album with Bruce Kulick, as well as the last one with Eric Singer until Sonic Boom. The album is well known for different sound, less hard rock and darker.
Recorded between 1995 and e 1996, Kiss cancelled the album's release after committing to a reunion tour with original lineup. Bootleg copies were available, pushing the band to an official release in 1997 under th
LICK IT UP is the 11th studio album by Kiss out in 1983. The first with the band members without their trademark make-up.
LICK IT UP built upon the sound of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT. But while Creatures of the Night wasn't a commercial success for Kiss, LICK IT UP sold better. The band went back into the studio after the COTN tour to begin work on their next album, which was recorded over the next two months. "Lick It Up" and "All Hell's Breakin' Loose" were chosen as single