What is the Best KISS Album of All Time with the original lineup?

Wicked Lester (1972 - Pre-KISS)
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KISS (1974)
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Hotter Than Hell (1974)
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Dressed To Kill (1975)
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KISS Alive! (1975)
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Destroyer (1976)
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Rock And Roll Over (1976)
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Love Gun (1977)
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KISS Alive II (1977)
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Ace Frehley (1978)
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Gene Simmons (1978)
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Paul Stanley (1978)
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Peter Criss (1978)
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Dynasty (1979)
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Unmasked (1980)
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Psycho Circus (1998)
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Re: KISS (The Original Lineup) - Discography
« on: September 10, 2011, 06:12:57 pm »
KISS (Paul Stanley) 1978

Paul Stanley Poster Insert

Out of the 4 solo albums that came out simultaneously, I had the highest hopes for Paul Stanley knocking it out of the park. Back then it was a major disappointment when I heard it. It did sound the closest in vein to that of a KISS album, but the songs were underwhelming back then. Now listening to this for the first time in a long time, it's actually much better than I remember it to be. I think if I were to continue to listen to this one more, the rating for it could definitely go up.

Hold Me, Touch Me sounds like it could be something from Christopher Cross with is tone and tempo. Geared strictly for FM radio market back in the day. Love In Chains is an average song, but it has the most wicked guitar solo on the record. I don't remember it being that good.  Remember what I said about Bob Kulick from the Alive II review? Well, he gets lead guitar duties here. But this won't be his biggest contribution to the future of KISS. More on that later.

Fave Songs: Tonight You Belong To Me and Take Me Away (Together As One)

Freebie trend continues with a Poster insert that is 1/4th of a larger poster that connects with the other 3 solo album posters ala a jigsaw puzzle.

The album cover gets props. Iconic.
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