|1||Strange Kiss (Single Edit)
Lyrics By – O. Delforge*
|2||The Bite Of Your Kiss
Lyrics By – L. Collin*
|3||Quand Je Succombe
Lyrics By – L. Collin*, O. Delforge*
Composed By – N. BaümlinProgrammed By, Lyrics By, Vocals – C. Delabia*
|5||Strange Kiss (Extended Club Mix)||5:45|
|6||The Bite Of Your Kiss (Extended Club Mix)||6:32|
|7||Strange Kiss (Bak XIII Remix)
Remix – Bak XIII
|8||The Bite Of Your Kiss (DarX Remix)
Remix – DarX
|9||Strange Kiss (A7IE Remix)
Remix – A7IE*
|10||The Bite Of Your Kiss (Bipolar Remix By Larva)
Remix – Larva
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Kiss is the debut studio album by American rock band Kiss, released on February 8, 1974. Much of the material on the album was written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as members of their pre-Kiss band Wicked Lester. Simmons estimated that the entire process of recording and mixing took three weeks, while co-producer Richie Wise has stated it took just 13 days.
When fans pick the best Kiss album of the non-makeup years they usually point to either the first, 1983's Lick It Up, or the last, 1992's Revenge. But while the former boasts a stellar title track and not much else, and the latter finds the band trying just a little too hard to be well, hard, Hot in the Shade stands tall as a surprisingly solid slab of late-Eighties hard rock. This album was released just two years after Alive!, by which time Kiss, despite heavy touring, had managed to squeeze out another trio of studio efforts. As a result, Alive II, again a double-disc set, basically reproduces the blockbuster formula of its predecessor, but with an entirely new batch of songs (making it perhaps the last time, if we pretend that the album represents one discrete show, that the band didn’t play Rock and Roll All Nite ).