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Kiss - Dressed to kill

Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2011-02-23 Year: 1975
Label: Casablanca
Genre: Classic Rock
Producer: Neil Bogart
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Kiss were releasing albums every six months in the 70´s so while out on tour with the Hotter than hell album from 1974, their manager Bill Aucoin said they needed to record a new album. Most of these songs on "Dressed to kill" were written in the studio just before the sessions, the rhythm tracks were all recorded live and it´s basically a rocknroll album where they dropped their first real anthem with "Rock and roll all nite". That song was originally called Drive me wild but Gene changed the title which was a good move, Kiss also included 2 songs from the Wicked Lester days with "She" and "Love her all I can" mostly because they were short of songs. And this is not a lengthy album I might add, only 30 minutes long but a true party record with great songs like "Rock bottom", "C´mon and love me", "Room service" and ofcourse the classic "She". Kiss truly layed down the foundation of their career with these 3 first albums, and what a monument it became!

Tracklisting 1. Room Service
2. Two Timer
3. Ladies In Waiting
4. Getaway
5. Rock Bottom
6. C'mon And Love Me
7. Anything For My Baby
8. She
9. Love Her All I Can
10. Rock And Roll All Nite


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