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Destroyer [Remastered]
 : Destroyer [Remastered]

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by: Kiss


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: CD
EAN: 0731453237827
Edition: Rmst ed.
Format: Original recording remastered
Item Dimensions: 3964621587
Label: Mercury
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Mercury
Model: 2139019
MPN: 731453237827
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: August 12, 1997
Publisher: Mercury
Release Date: August 12, 1997
Studio: Mercury




Disc 1:
  1. Detroit Rock City
  2. King Of The Night Time World
  3. God Of Thunder
  4. Great Expectations
  5. Flaming Youth
  6. Sweet Pain
  7. Shout It Out Loud
  8. Beth
  9. Do You Love Me?
  10. Bonus Track 1
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Kiss's heavy glam sound expanded with choirs, strings and sound effects on this 1976 album (a #11 LP). The ballad Beth was the smash, but Detroit Rock City ; the hit Flaming Youth , and God of Thunder gave fans more raging rockers to love!

Amazon.com:
With their 1976 album Destroyer, the band's fifth release in two years, Kiss began to expand their fan base by shedding a bit of their edge, taking on a more melodic sound and a less menacing image. The Peter Criss ballad "Beth," written for his wife, is the most sentimental love ballad the group ever recorded, and songs like "Detroit Rock City" and "Shout It Out Loud" had the kind of arena-rock punch that kept subscriptions to the Kiss Army at an all-time high. Despite, or because of, the blatantly commercial direction the band seemed to be heading in, 1976 was the most creatively rewarding period in its lengthy career. In addition to releasing Destroyer, the band pumped out the equally touted album Rock and Roll Over, which included the pounding "Take Me" and the groovin' "Calling Dr. Love." The only finer year was 1978, when the band starred in the classic B-grade flick Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park. --Jon Wiederhorn



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