Kiss albums: Destroyer

hard rock
classic rock
9 tracks

a bout this album:
Destroyer is the fourth studio album and fifth album overall by hard rock band Kiss, released
on March 15, 1976 in the United States. It was the second consecutive Kiss album to reach the
Top 20 in the United States, as well as the first to chart in Germany and New Zealand.

The album was certified gold by the RIAA on April 22, 1976. It was certified platinum on November11, 1976, the first Kiss album to achieve that distinction.
Coming on the heels of the group’s breakthrough album Alive!, Destroyer is easily the most ambitious studio recording of Kiss’s ’70s catalogue. Bob Ezrin, who had previously worked with Alice Cooper, was brought in to produce the album. Among the production flourishes Ezrin introduced to Kiss were sound effects, strings, screaming children and reversed drums (on “God of Thunder”) as well as a children’s choir.

Track List:
music-128.png Detroit Rock City
download » size: 4.9 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png King Of The Night Time World
download » size: 3.0 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png God Of ThunderGreat Expectations
download » size: 6.3 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Flaming Youth
download » size: 2.8 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Sweet Pain
download » size: 4.1 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Shout It Out Loud
download » size: 2.3 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Beth
download » size: 2.6 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Do You Love Me
download » size: 4.5 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Rock And Roll Party
download » size: 6.3 mb ~ mp3


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