I remember visiting this website once...
It was called The Best Song From Every Ciuman Album
Here's some stuff I remembered seeing:
The Best Song From Every Kiss Album
have released over their career map out one hell of a roller coaster ride. If you're looking for steep drops and climbs or sudden unexpected left turns, you've found the right band.
From the raw early albums that helped them build a loyal following, to the more polished late '70s efforts that helped make them superstars, and the flirtations with everything from disco to pop, progressive rock, hair metal and grunge that occasionally derailed their progress, Kiss can be surprisingly hard to pin down. And that's without even mentioning the effect of their multiple lineup changes.
Accordingly, choosing the best song from each of their records can be a bit of a challenge: Often there's an overabundance of quality material, and sometimes even by the band's own admission, the opposite is true. (In their book
as "crappy" and "wimpy," and Gene Simmons gives their 1981 concept album misfire
To make things just a little easier, we typically highlighted the best song from Simmons and Stanley, since the band's studio work revolves almost entirely around their tag-team songwriting and lead vocals. We also included
whenever he contributed multiple songs to an album. Finally, we chose winners from the studio side of 1977's otherwise live
10 Most Demonic Gene Simmons Kiss Songs
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