KISS The Casablanca Singles 1974 1982 29 x 7 Vinyl Singles NEW - rare vinyl collector item

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KISS - The Casablanca Singles 1974-1982 29 x 7" Vinyl Singles NEW

KISS  The Casablanca Singles 19741982   29 x 7 Vinyl Singles NEW
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23 Sep 2017
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Rockingham, Western Australia

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Kiss‎–The Casablanca Singles


Universal‎– B0017192-21


29 ×Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Box Set, Single, Limited Edition




18 Dec 2012




Hard Rock,Glam,Arena Rock,Classic Rock,Heavy Metal


1A–KissNothin' To Lose1B–KissLove Theme From KISS2A–KissKissin' Time2B–KissNothin' To Lose3A–KissStrutter3B–Kiss100,000 Years4A–KissLet Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll4B–KissHotter Than Hell5A–KissRock And Roll All Nite5B–KissGetaway6A–KissC'mon And Love Me6B–KissGetaway7A–KissRock And Roll All Nite (Live)7B–KissRock And Roll All Nite8A–KissShout It Out Loud8B–KissSweet Pain9A–KissFlaming Youth9B–KissGod Of Thunder10A–KissDetroit Rock City10B–KissBeth11A–KissBeth11B–KissDetroit Rock City12A–KissHard Luck Woman12B–KissMr. Speed13A–KissCalling Dr. Love13B–KissTake Me14A–KissChristeen Sixteen14B–KissShock Me15A–KissLove Gun15B–KissHooligan16A–KissShout It Out Loud (Live)16B–KissNothin' To Lose (Live)17A–KissRocket Ride17B–KissTomorrow And Tonight (Live)18A–KissStrutter '7818B–KissShock Me19A–Paul StanleyHold Me, Touch Me19B–Paul StanleyGoodbye20A–Ace FrehleyNew York Groove20B–Ace FrehleySnow Blind21A–Gene SimmonsRadioactive21B–Gene SimmonsSee You In Your Dreams22A–Peter CrissDon't You Let Me Down22B–Peter CrissHooked On Rock 'N' Roll23A–Peter CrissYou Matter To Me / Hooked On Rock 'N' Roll23B–Peter CrissHooked On Rock 'N' Roll24A–KissI Was Made For Lovin' You24B–KissHard Times25A–KissSure Know Something25B–KissDirty Livin'26A–KissShandi26B–KissShe's So European27A–KissTomorrow27B–KissNaked City28A–KissA World Without Heroes28B–KissDark Light29A–KissI Love It Loud29B–KissDanger


In 1973, KISS signed its first record deal with the newly-formed Casablanca Records. KISS was the first band signed to the upstart label, which helped launch the success of the hottest band in the world.
After seeing KISS play a showcase concert at Le Tang's ballet studio, Casablanca founder Neil Bogart quickly offered KISS a record contract. From 1974 to 1982, Casablanca Records released 29 KISS singles on 45 RPM records. These singles were released for sale to the public, used for commercial radio airplay and to promote album sales. In many cases, as a bonus to the fans who already owned the record albums, many of these singles featured entirely different mixes, edits, and material that did not appear on any album. These musical snapshots of KISS'