Kiss' penchant for make-up was inspired by their downtown New York neighbors the New York Dolls and by Alice Cooper, who was on top of the glam-rock world when Kiss' self-titled debut came out in 1974. Rather than dress in drag as the Dolls did, Kiss fashioned their look on a mix of sci-fi and horror films, and the rock & roll of their youth. ...See Full Description
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this cd roxx!!
By Brice (Canton, Ga, USA)
||The first and best kiss album|
Simple and plain rock'n'roll. From the good old days when it was allowd to use the guitar in the same way all through the song.
By a reviewer (Trondheim, Norway)
I think thi is kisses best cd it has my two favs on here struuter and firhehouse if you are a kiss fan you shoul definaltely go t the store and buy it but i do think there are two realy good songs missing those are hotter then hell and making love but all and all his is the est kiss cd.
By joe (trenton, nj, usa)
Kiss were very good songwriters. they wrote all original material. This is a good example of songwriting other than the Beatles! A great debut for Kiss!
By MrRadioactive (Overland Park KS USA)
||AWESOME DEBUT ALBUM!!!!!!!!|
I RECOMEND THIS ALBUM TO OLD KISS FANS. THERE ARE NO WEAK TRACKS ON THIS ALBUM. MY 3 FAVORITES OF THIS ALBUM ARE "BLACK DIAMOND", "COLD GIN" WHICH IN MY OPINION IS ACE'S BEST SONG WHEN HE DOES VOCALS ON KISS AND "DEUCE".
By JOHN (NEW YORK)
|Have you heard this album?
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