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Dressed to Kill

Kiss

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Released five months after Hotter Than Hell, Dressed to Kill is the third Kiss studio album; it's another strong collection from a band that were mostly becoming known for their outrageous stage show. At the time, their record label had so little money on hand that label president Neil Bogart produced the sessions himself, believing (correctly) that the band were one hit single away from stardom. The single should have been “Rock and Roll All Nite,” but in its studio version, the song failed to break out. (A live version of the song from their next album, Alive!, would do the trick.) Where Hotter Than Hell had been dark, Dressed to Kill is much lighter, whipping through its 10 tracks in 30 minutes. Each song sounds like a potential hit single, from the Stones-like shuffles of “Ladies in Waiting” and “Getaway” to the sing-along choruses of “C’mon and Love Me,” “Anything for My Baby,” “Love Her All I Can,” and, obviously, “Rock and Roll All Nite.”

Customer Reviews

dressed to kill!!

this album is really good and has one of the best rock songs of all time on it!

Boo ya

Kiss at its rawest

Biography

Formed: 1973 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Rooted in the campy theatrics of Alice Cooper and the sleazy hard rock of glam rockers the New York Dolls, Kiss became a favorite of American teenagers in the '70s. Most kids were infatuated with the look of Kiss, not their music. Decked out in outrageously flamboyant costumes and makeup, the band fashioned a captivating stage show featuring dry ice, smoke bombs, elaborate lighting, blood spitting, and fire breathing that captured the imaginations of thousands of kids. But Kiss' music shouldn't be...
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