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Album Review

Where Criss once commanded "shake it one time for Peter," now the singing drummer pleads for permission to rock you in the doo woping Russ Ballard title track. This is defiantly a kinder, gentler Cat Man strut, and with a star-studded cast of second stringers supplying songs and support, Let Me Rock You is some kind of bizarre collector's item. Rising star Steve Stevens slips in a softie called "First Day in the Rain," letting loose some typically beautiful pyrotechnics in the break. John Waite does a better "Tears," but not by much. Criss even takes Bryan Ferry to task with an odd reading of "Jealous Guy" (sans whistling, so why bother?). Our boy from Brooklyn actually co-wrote a deuce: the tomcatting Gary Cooper nooner "Move on Over" and "Bad Boys," which brings the Devil to his knees. Plus, a certain Gene Simmons offers up the chugging "Feel Like Heaven." Criss graces the cover without makeup or shirt, which is apropos, as mad Vini Poncia brings his enjoyable Kiss Unmasked sensibilities to the production. With 40 minutes of slick silliness that will slide right through your psyche, Let Me Rock You may easily be the aural equivalent of catnip.

Customer Reviews

F minus

The worst thing I have ever heard in my life. I only gave one star because I had to select one. Please disregard my "forced" star. Again, F minus rating.


Great album! Tears is one of Peter's best songs ever!

Corrupted tracks make me sad.

Album is great, but the first song is corrupted! Please fix.


Born: December 20, 1945 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Peter Criss rose to fame in the 1970s as the drummer for theatrical heavy metal-ists Kiss. Born Peter George Criscoula on December 20, 1947, in Brooklyn, NY, Criss got his start drumming after discovering legendary jazz drummer Gene Krupa (which he's rumored to have actually taken lessons from at one point) and such '60s rockers as the Rolling Stones. Playing in local bands throughout the '60s and early '70s, Criss was becoming increasingly fed up when none of his bands went anywhere -- especially...
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