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Detroit Rock City - Kiss - Kiss Killers (CD)

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  1. " Detroit Rock City " is a song by the American hard rock group Kiss, released on their album Destroyer. The song was written by Paul Stanley and producer Bob Ezrin. The song is one of the band's most popular and is a classic rock staple. It is also seen as one of the more technical songs musically in the band's canon.
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  3. The podcast is an minute narrative covering the band's story with no Kiss music or Kiss interviews and just a little bit of revisionist history (critics were hardly "divided" on the disastrous Music from "The Elder"). Can't blame Paul Stanley or Gene Simmons for any of this since they have declared all these comps the record company's.
  4. Killers is the second compilation album by American hard rock group Kiss. The album was released only outside the United States, but quickly became available as an import. Of the twelve songs on Killers, four were new compositions recorded specifically for the album.
  5. Detroit Rock City separated itself from the rest of the Kiss songs. It begins with a radio announcement of a man who dies in a head on collision with a truck. The listener in the song is doing the dishes and then gets into a car. We hear another Kiss song on the car's /5(14).
  6. Aug 05,  · Detroit Rock City From The KUSS ALIVE Promo CD - Recorded Live at Knoxville Civic Colosseum. Featuring Polaris Stanley on Lead Vocals, Rhythm, and Lead Guitar.
  7. Listen to Kiss Detroit Rock City MP3 song. Detroit Rock City song from the album KISS 40 is released on May The duration of song is
  8. Listen online to Kiss - Detroit Rock City and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  9. When Kiss teamed up with Alice Cooper producer Bob Ezrin, they produced one the group's finest albums, Destroyer. This classic album represented a quantum leap in both songwriting and production style for Kiss, changes that are both fully represented on the album's epic opening cut, "Detroit Rock City.".

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