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KISS at its best,
This review is from: Love Gun (Audio CD)
Admittably, in over 30 years of "Kisstory" the line up changed a lot and some of their records like "Carnival of souls" weren't exactly great BUT "Love Gun" is kiss at their peak. The cover is brilliant to start with, the little "love gun" pistol should be worth a fortune today and the songs on this album are all way above average.
Songs like "Tomorrow and tonight" (pretty much neglected by the band itself when it comes to live gigs) or "Christine sixteen" are not only perfect 70s but perfect KISS. The title track itself is one of the best songs ever written by Kiss. The album portraits KISS' openness towards all individual players as Ace Frehley finally gets to sing on "Shock me". The 1998 "Psycho circus" should have sounded like the "Love Gun" album.