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Hotter Than Hell - Kiss - Double Platinum (CD)


Label: Mercury (2) - 314 532 383-2 • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Glam
Hotter Than Hell - Kiss - Double Platinum (CD)

5 & 9 from " Hotter Than Hell " () [Casablanca ‎NBLP ] 6 from " Love Gun " () [Casablanca ‎NBLP ] 8, 11, 12, 19 and 20 from " Kiss " () [Casablanca ‎NB ] 14, 15 and 18 from " Dressed To Kill " () [Casablanca ‎NBLP ] Tracks published: 1 Kiss / Cafe Americana, Inc. / Gladwyne Music Publ. Corp /5(8).

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 · Coleman, TX. I haven't purchased Double Platinum as a remaster, but I have re-purchased two Kiss CDs: 1. "Hotter than Hell" sounds better on the remaster. 2. Remastered "Alive" is slightly louder, but I can't hear much difference other than that, even through my AKG cans. I haven't bothered repurchasing "Rock and Roll Over" or "Ace Frehley" as.

Double Platinum is the first greatest hits album by the American hard rock band Kiss, released in Many of the songs on Double Platinum were remixed and differ from their original versions: in the case of "Strutter," it was re-recorded with a slight disco beat and dubbed as "Strutter '" Other songs had sections completely removed, while the beginning of "Black Diamond" was repeated at the end, fading .

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1 Replies to “Hotter Than Hell - Kiss - Double Platinum (CD)”

  1. When Kiss released "Hotter Than Hell", they were still trying to discover their niche. Their make-up had changed, and they experimented with a Japanese kabuki style for their sophomore album. That being said, "Hotter Than Hell" may have a different feel to it than some other Kiss albums. Their first album was great and opened the gateways for Kiss/5().

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