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Dressed To Kill (Digital Remastered) Import

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  • Audio CD (26 Mar. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: UNIVERSAL
  • ASIN: B000006ZHQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,496,820 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
I think this is hugely underrated album. It sums up everything which made Kiss great: it's both arrogant and effortless. It contains a few of Kiss's best tracks, such as Rock and Roll all Night, C'Mon and Love Me, She and Rock Bottom. Ace Frehley's solos are virtuoso and effortless throughout, as if someone just started the tape and said 'hey Ace, just play something great here'.

Upbeat, gum chewing rock doesn't get better than this.
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Fantastic, bristling with energy and attitude. Seething and bubbling with sexual mis-conduct, violence and malaise - Dressed To Kill is what Kiss are all about.
Unkind reviews in the past have stated that the first three albums were relatively poor. Nonsense. The first three albums were Kiss's finest hour and were capped off by the legendary ALIVE! If they had decided to split after that - I would still be happy.
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Well were do you start this album is excellent in every way I have only played it 3 times in 4 days and it is getting better and better don't take my word for it just buy it you will not be disappointed with it bloody awesome music from probably the best rock band ever quality
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By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 10 Dec. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I love this album,unfairly treated as the poor relation to the ist 2 albums,apart from 'Anything for my Baby' this rocks from start to finish,listen to Room Service/Love her all i can/Rock Bottom/She/C'mon and love me and obviously 'R n R all nite',all fantastic,are we really saying these are lesser tracks than what went before,i dont think so.

There is a rock n roll groove more prevalent here than on the 1st 2 albums,tracks such as 'Room Service/Getaway' and 'Love Her all i Can' revel in this loose feel,while 'She' and 'C'mon and Love Me' hold up the heavy end,throw in an anthem 'Rock n Roll All Nite' and the delightfully constructed 'Rock Bottom',then whats not to love?.

There is more than a hint that this album was thrown together in a ramshackle fashion if so then it worked,probably the last 'true' KISS album,where they all worked together as a team.
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It's the third studio album recorded by Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. There are a lot of hits on the album. It has Rock And Roll All Nite, Rock Bottom, She, C'mon And Love Me, Anything For My Baby, etc. I'd say this list doesn't reflect the fact that they made this album in 1975, just shortly after the first two albums because their record company thought it would be a good idea to release a nice new compilation of ten brand new KISS songs because it made good business sense.
However, Casablanca Records were right and KISS had their first chart hit. This album and the next one called Destroyer also helped the band a lot to reach their superstar status.
Have fun and party all nite!
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I've been searching for a copy of this album on vinyl for years, so I was happy when they announced the 2014 vinyl reissues. It is amazing the detail they have put into the reissues with original labels and inserts, although this album didnt have insert, it will be nice to get the original inserts in love gun, the solo album and so on, so I do suggest you get the reissues on vinyl . The sound quality on the album is splendid and to faults to have. Comes with an mp3 download as well so you can listen elsewhere.
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`Dressed to Kill' is simpler in its songwriting and more straightforward in its execution than Kiss's first two albums, the glam rock debut `Kiss' and the heavier `Hotter Than Hell'. It is rock and roll through and through with no real pretentions to heavy metal. In its simplicity of approach and the use of repetition in its lyrics, it acts as a template for the approach the band would adopt on many later studio releases - in most cases, to the detriment of their musical credibility. `However, with `Dressed to Kill', the standard is high.

Turning from the slightly unlikely production team of Kenny Kerner and Richie Wise (having produced albums for Gladys Knight and Jose Feliciano), who oversaw the first two albums with their relative diversity of style, to Casablanca records head Neil Bogart, the emphasis on `Dressed to Kill' is on straightforward rock and roll fun. And all four members of the band continue to contribute beyond simply playing their instruments.

Stanley again proves himself the band's premier songwriting and singing talent with the album's showstopper, `C'mon and Love Me' echoing the melodic glam pop rock of the first album. He is also responsible for `Room Service', `Anything For My Baby', `Love Her All I Can', `Rock Bottom' (with Ace Frehley and classical guitar intro) and the rock classic `Rock and Roll All Nite' (with Gene Simmons - though it is a bit limp in comparison to the hit live version). Again denied a voice, Frehley also contributes `Getaway' which is sung by drummer Peter Criss. The dramatic and durgey `She' is a standout from Simmons.
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Another reviewer said this one was the worst of the early kiss releases! but he gave it a three star because it's still a good release to him. Which it is! In fact I like all of the early releases alot. I think this one is the best of the early ones though. It has that kiss sound now formulated and perfected. this has alot of great songs on it too, like rock bottom and two timer, ladies in waiting and others. AND of course 'rock and roll all nite' their huge hit single. It's hard rock early melodic metal done right. And it's not played as slow and sludgy as 'hotter than hell' was.
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