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  • Audio CD (2 Nov. 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • ASIN: B00000AF98
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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Having already heard the title track I was reasonably confident that I would like this album but nothing could prepare me for how amazing it actually is! I think this is one of the best and most underrated Kiss albums ever released. It has such a distinctive 80s sound and showcases Paul Stanley's amazing vocal talent at it's best, from the soft rock ballad Reason To Live to the smutty Bang Bang You and When Your Walls Come Down to the catchy I'll Fight Hell To Hold You, Hold Back The Night and My Way. Despite Gene's lack of focus around this time, he still managed to pull it out of the bag with cracking songs such as Good Girl Gone Bad and Thief In The Night, not to mention showing his softer side in Hell Or High Water. Even non Kiss fans of 80s music would like this as it has such wide appeal and is a must have for anyone who loves great 80s rock music.
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By Brit Boy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 May 2013
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'Crazy Nights' was the first Kiss album I ever bought, mainly due to the fact that I loved the big hit single 'Crazy Crazy Nights' at the time. Other great tracks here include 'My Way' and the strong ballad 'Reason To Live'. Listening to this CD brings back lots of good memories for me.

Since I bought this album, I have since purchased others by Kiss. After hearing those, I can see that 'Crazy Nights' is more pop and soft rock in comparison to their previous (and indeed later) albums which were considerably more heavier.

Nevertheless, this is a great album, containing one of their most famous hits. It's not their best by a long way, but it's a fun album and one that I would recommend to all fans of classic 1980s rock.
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By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 29 Dec. 2008
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Finally the make over was complete,this is a decent selection of tunes but it could be anybody,yes crazy crazy nights is a catchy tune but it could be slade/quiet riot etc,reason too live a wonderful power ballad,although why foriegner never sued for the complete rip off of 'i want to know what love is' i'll never know,kiss were now completely souless aiming for the pop market,a transient audience which would desert them eventually,the band that had known no boundaries was now a tame bon jovi clone,how sad.On a positive note saw the band twice on the uk tour(Edinburgh) and they really seemed to be enjoying themselves,the newer tunes sounded heavier live and some old favs were creeping back into the set.
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Crazy Nights....
Fact: Paul Stanley was the glue that held KISS together in the 80's & 90's. Through two original members and two replacement guitarists leaving KISS in a 4 year period, through the huge risk and pressure of dropping the trademark face-paint, through Gene Simmons being mostly absent for the best part of a decade , through the tragic and untimely death of Eric Carr, the one constant that stopped KISS from self - imploding and being blown into oblivion was Paul Stanley.
His belief and genius created perfect pop - rock that MTV & FM radio couldn't get enough of and combined with his master showman skills, a whole new audience lapped it up in their millions. This album highlights that genius.

The opening track " Crazy, Crazy Nights" is a floor-filling slice of magic, with one hell of a catchy hook and chorus and a rush of quality in the solo department by an ever evolving Bruce Kulick. A huge European/ Worldwide hit and a huge KISS Anthem which went took KISS top ten in the U.K for the first time. " I'll Fight Hell To Hold You" is a piece of unadulterated Stanley genius, mixing hard rock with pop harmony and Kulick's ever growing guitar work. The thundering drums of Eric Carr grace this track and album 100 times more than " Asylum". " My Way" & " Turn On The Night" are feelgood, punchy, catchy and have Paul Stanley written all over them.

Gene Simmons almost shows up for this album. The excellent dark and sinister " Thief In The Night" is Simmons at his best." No, No, No" is dire, rushed and badly put together and Simmons at his worst. " Hell Or High Water" is solid but uninspiring however " Good Girl Gone Bad" is excellent.
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Crazy Nights is often slated by KISS fans as the worst the ever put out. It's all opinion and taste of course but I never agreed. In fact, I think it's a good album. Certainly not one of their finest but containing some excellent material.

The three singles are all excellent; Reason to Live is a great 80s power ballard, Crazy Crazy Nights is a fist pumping, pop rock anthem and Turn on the Night has to be the most underrated KISS song of all time. It is (in my humble opinion) as good as any pop rock put out by the likes of Bon Jovi or Poison at the time. Other tracks are equally good such as Hell to Hold You, Good Girl Gone Bad, Hell or High Water and Theif in the Night. It is also wonderful to see Gene back producing good songs after his poor attempts on the last two albums. On the down side, the album takes a bit of a kicking from its weaker tracks. Bang, Bang You and No, No, No are abysmal, and others like My Way and When your Walls Come Down are quite poor.

Despite a couple of filler tracks, Crazy Nights is KISS' best album since Lick it Up. It contains many superb tracks and sees Gene starting back on the straight and narrow. This album has a bad reputation, but I suggest you listen for yourself, you may find you really like it, as I do.
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