KISS - Rock And Roll Over


Label:

Universal Records

Genre:

Pop/Rock

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AUNI 78824
UPC: 602537788248
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180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP  

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Raucous 1976 rocker features "Hard Luck Woman" and "Calling Dr. Love"

180-gram LP, pressed at Quality Record Pressings

Kiss celebrates its 40th anniversary and its induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame with a series of individual 180-gram vinyl reissues from the band's celebrated catalog, including their 1998 effort Psycho Circus on vinyl for the very first time! 

Among the titles returning to record store shelves are the band's self-titled debut and sophomore Hotter Than Hell albums (both from 1974) as well as their double-live 1975 breakthrough album Alive! - which was already reissued back in 2008. Also arriving are 1975's Dressed To Kill, 1976's Destroyer, 1979's Dynasty, 1980's Unmasked, 1983's Lick it Up, 1984's Animalize and 1992's Revenge. Look also for 1976's Rock And Roll Over, 1981's Music From The Elder, 1989's Hot In The Shade, 1987's Crazy Nights and 1997's Carnival Of SoulsQuality Record Pressings did the plating and pressing for these reissues, ensuring exceptional sound quality!

"As the follow-up to their unusually experimental Destroyer (nonetheless one of Kiss's best albums ever), Rock and Roll Over, released the same year, contains more conventional three-chord material. That's not a bad thing, since Kiss at their peak arguably did three-chord arena-rock better than anyone else. 'Calling Dr. Love' was a hit single, as was the surprisingly bittersweet (for Kiss) 'Hard Luck Woman.' 'I Want You' is an unnerving mix of tenderness and tension, while 'Take Me' is understandably urgent. Although this was material that would become conventional over the years — thanks to legions of copycat bands — it still sounds good today, probably because whether they're being sleazy or sweet, Kiss sound like they mean it." — Amazon.com

 



1. See You In Your Dreams
2. Love ‘Em And Leave ‘Em
3. Hard Luck Woman
4. Makin’ Love
5. Take Me
6. I Want You
7. Calling Dr. Love
8. Baby Driver
9. Ladies Room
10. Mr. Speed

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