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Kiss - Best Of Solo Albums flac
Performer: Kiss
Title: Best Of Solo Albums
Country: Germany
Released: Sep 1979
Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2567 mb | MP3 size: 2976 mb | WMA size: 1836 mb
Genre: Rock

1Gene SimmonsSee You Tonite
Co-producer – Sean Delaney
2Peter CrissRock Me, Baby
Producer – Vini Poncia
3Paul StanleyTake Me Away (Together As One)
Co-producer – Jeff Glixman
4Ace FrehleyFractured Mirror
Co-producer – Eddie Kramer
5Gene SimmonsLiving In Sin
Co-producer – Sean Delaney
6Paul StanleyHold Me, Touch Me3:40
7Ace FrehleyNew York Groove
Co-producer – Eddie Kramer
8Peter CrissI Can't Stop The Rain
Producer – Vini Poncia
9Gene SimmonsRadioactive
Co-producer – Sean Delaney
10Peter CrissDon't You Let Me Down
Producer – Vini Poncia
11Paul StanleyTonight You Belong To Me4:39
12Ace FrehleyRip It Out
Co-producer – Eddie Kramer


issued in chile only


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  • Label Code: LC 3272


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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Casablanca Record And Filmworks, Inc.


Recalling the first time I saw this album in a record store, as a teen, and what I still love about it, to this day. FOLLOW ME - of Solo Albums was released exclusively in Europe and is a greatest hits of the four solo albums from the members of Kiss, released back in 1978. Best of Solo Albums featured three songs from each members album. Considering the quality of the songs the album probably would be better of with less tracks from Gene Simmons and Peter Criss, and some more from Ace Frehley or Paul Stanley. but regardless of that its a pretty cool compilation of tracks spawning from one of the most GREATEST ideas in. Songs in album Kiss - Best Of Solo Albums 1978. Kiss - New York Groove. Kiss - Hold Me, Touch Me Think Of Me When We're Apart. Listen free to Kiss Best of Solo Albums New York Groove, Rip It Out and more. 12 tracks 43:12. Hot in the Shade 1989. When fans pick the best Kiss album of the non-makeup years they usually point to either the first, 1983's Lick It Up, or the last, 1992's Revenge. But while the former boasts a stellar title track and not much else, and the latter finds the band trying just a little too hard to be well, hard, Hot in the Shade stands tall as a surprisingly solid slab of late-Eighties hard rock. Top 10 Kiss Solo Album Songs. Matthew Wilkening. Mercury Records. Back in 2013, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the day all four original members of Kiss released their own solo albums Sept. 18, 1978, we asked our readers to choose the best 10 songs from the 39 that appear on the records. The results varied dramatically, with one member of the group hogging more than half of the list and another being shut out completely. As you can see, lead guitarist Ace Frehley was the big winner, and Paul Stanley did pretty good for himself too. Gene Simmons , who treated his album as. album-closing cover of the Disney chestnut When You Wish Upon A Star, all of which are overproduced as hell and dripping with unnecessary strings, choirs and other studio trickery. The response to the four solo albums was lukewarm at best. Casablanca Records had banked on every loyal member of the KISS Army snapping up all four albums, which would've totaled an easy five million in U. sales - but it didn't quite work out that way. Band Name Kiss. Album Name Best of Solo Albums. Type Compilation. Released date November 1979. Labels Casablanca. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album3. ACE FREHLEY. KISS Solo Albums. This page is for everything about the KISS solo albums pictures to video's,magazine. Me being a fan of the solo albums, Ive put together what I consider the best 78-Solo Album. Enjoy James C Ray. 20 October 2017 at 12:21. See photo. English UK Русский Українська Suomi Español. Privacy Terms Advertising AdChoices Cookies . Classic Rock presents the complete list of Kiss' 29 albums, each ranked from worst to best. It wasnt the worst solo album ever made by a drummer that was Keith Moons risible Two Sides Of The Moon. But this was undoubtedly the worst of the Kiss solo albums. Tellingly, the best song on the album is a ballad, I Cant Stop The Rain, written by long-time band associate Sean Delaney, and perfectly suited to Peters raspy voice. To the horror of Kiss fans, this was music that their parents would like