I'll be honest, I don't own this actual CD yet, but I know all the songs. I don't understand anyone saying it's not as good as Destroyer. A masterpiece? What? How can you honestly sit there and say a masterpiece would contain such complete rubbish as "Flaming Youth", "Sweet Pain" and "Great Expectations"? Even "King of The Night Time World" isn't brilliant. The same goes for Love Gun, the other KISS 'masterpiece'. "Plaster Caster", "Tomorrow And Tonight" and "Christine Sixteen" are all way below parr. Too many KISS fans got too caught up in the hysteria surrounding the band between '74 and '77 and failed to notice that half the songs they were putting out were sub-standard pop-songs. Comments such as "Destroyer is a masterpiece" and "Kiss never get soft" (scroll down) are jokes. Or stupidity. One or the other. I mean, how can a band that produces "Beth", "Hard Luck Woman", "Tears Are Falling" and numerous other SOFT songs not get soft? Doesn't mean they're bad songs, obviously. Just means such a statement is moronic. Fact remains, the supposed 'masterpieces' are patchy at best. Especially Destroyer, which only has four truly great songs on it. Rock And Roll Over is a much more solid and consistent effort, as were the debut, Dressed To Kill and Hotter Than Hell. After the 70s, Creatures of The Night, Revenge and Carnival of Souls are where all the good action is. The three heaviest KISS albums. If anyone ever says any of those three albums is bad, kick them very hard and explain to them that face-paint isn't cool, but hard rock music is.