Music from "The Elder" songs Product Information
Music from "The Elder" album for sale by Kiss was released Oct 07, 1997 on the Casablanca label. Taking a dip in sales with their previous effort UNMASKED, Kiss decided to deliver a more hard-driving rock album and enlisted the aid of Bob Ezrin, the man who produced DESTROYER (their most successful studio album). Upon his hiring, Ezrin discarded the heavy rock demos Kiss had recorded and suggested the band experiment with a concept album, a Kissified version of THE WALL. Music from "The Elder" CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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||mostly good, a few bad songs|
The only reason this CD is overlooked so badly is because it strays away from the typical "KISS" sound, it was originally made for a movie, but the movie never came out, and it ended up being some wierd album called music from "The Elder", a movie that didn't even exist.
By gregbailey (Des Moines)
Music from "The Elder" buy CD music To me, this album is a perfect integration of a classic orchestra with rock that kiss couldn't achive in alive 4.
By jesusenmochis (México)
||Classic, epiphanous and just damn good!|
Music from "The Elder" songs Make-up. No make-up. Commercial success or bust? This has been the basic KISS album review over the years.
By renesworld (San Francisco, CA, USA)
||super underrated kiss|
Music from "The Elder" album for sale after unmasked bombed, kiss went for another experiment. proggresive rock. ace hated the idea and he wrote dark light and left.
By davidandino83 (chicago)
Music from "The Elder" CD music Kiss has more than 25 albums of original material, but this album is by far one of the deepest. Music from "The Elder" buy CD music If you are looking for some of the better Kiss albums with depth and variation, I recommend the following - including the Elder.1) Destroyer 2) Double Platinum (a best of Kiss '78)) 3) Music From the Elder 4) Creatures of the Night 4) Hot in the Shade 5) Revenge Obviously there will be many disagreements, but these will give you the best picture of the music of Kiss rather then the showmanship. Enjoy..
By chipwalter (Orlando FL)
heard this album?
Music from "The Elder" songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1055819|
|Release Date||Oct 07, 1997|
|Recording Time||42 minutes|
|Personnel||Paul Stanley - vocals, guitar|
Gene Simmons - vocals, bass
Ace Frehley - vocals, guitar
Eric Carr - drums
Also: Lenny Castro, Steve Lukather, Bruce Foster, Steve Buslowe, Mark St, Steve Lacey, Jon Grindstaff, Richard Gerstein, Stan Penridge, Anthony Parr