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  • Vinyl (23 Jun. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B00K3Q0ULK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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By A Customer on 17 Feb. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Paul's solo album has always been my favourite of the four 1978 KISS solo releases. (Followed by Peter's, Gene's and Ace's, as far as I'm concerned.) There's something truly special about this superb album, for it features two of the best songs he's ever written (and he's written quite a few masterpieces in his career); "Tonight You Belong To Me" and "Take Me Away (Together As One)". If you're a rock fan, you owe it to yourself to have this CD in your collection, if only to hear these two brilliant semi-ballads. -They've haunted me for more than 20 years, and they're likely to have the same effect on you. There are a couple of straight rockers as well, like "Move On" and "It's Alright", and a very beautiful soft ballad with strings your mum and sister will enjoy the most; "Hold Me, Touch Me". All KISS fans have this album, now it's time for the rest of the world to discover its brilliance.
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When KISS recorded their seperate solo albums in 1978, fans reckoned that Paul Stanley would produce the best album. Although narrowly pipped to the post by Ace Frehley, Paul Stanleys album was the most consistent, and the one that pointed more to KISSes immediate future.
Opening song "Tonight you belong to me", is, to be honest, one of the best opening songs ever recorded by KISS with a passionate Stanley vocal, classic guitar riff and awesome guitar solo - their really isn't a bad word to say about this song. Many songs, like "Move On", "Wouldn't you like to Know me" and "Its alright", pointed to the next two KISS albums with poppy yet rollicking songs with a distinct soul feel to them. The albums centrpiece is the epic "Take me away (Together as One)", combining soft nylon strings, vocals both breathy and powerful and crashing power chords to create a true Stanley classic. "Hold me, Touch me (Think of me when we're apart)" was the albums single, and is a typically slushy ballad with crooning vocals and violins.
"Love in Chains" combines both the soulful pop of the next two KISS albums, "Dynasty" and "Unmasked" and the lightning fast heavy rock sound of their 1982 album "Creatures of the Night", and ending song "Goodbye" proves, like Ace Frehleys "Fractured Mirror" to be a melancholic ending to an excellent album, pointing to KISSes immediate future. The only pity is that none of the songs were performed live.
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When the four members of KISS disbanded to record solo albums in 1978, it was expected that Paul Stanley's would be the pick of the bunch and it was at worst the second best of the four.

The album is also the most unique in that it is the most KISS like. While Gene and Peter took the opportunity to showcase material not suitable for KISS and Ace showed talents few knew he possessed, Paul carried on where he had left off and where he would pick up.

The record gets off to a great start with Tonight you Belong to Me, which starts slowly before belting into a fantastic riff (a favoured tactic of the star child) which was repeated on the equally superb Take me Away Together as One. Other highlights include the heavier Wouldn't you Like to Know Me, Move on, and Love in Chains. There are no weak songs on the album at all, and with its stronger songs make it far superior to many in KISS' collection. The only downside is that apart from Move On, it was never performed live by KISS.

A really good record that shows that Paul was and is more than capable of being successful outside KISS (thankfully he always stayed with the band) and has me smacking my lips at the thought of his second solo album due out this October!
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I'll be honest I don't have a great deal of `love' for the all US, good old boys, stars and stripes, republican, pulpit rousing , rock combo, money machine called Ki$$. `Lick It Up' and `Crazy Nights' were the only albums I ever bought over the many years I've been listening to metal, although I did have the excellent single `Creatures Of The Night', which coincidentally was the first metal single I ever bought. The former album was good, the latter was not that good (although I do have fond memories of student `discos' in the mid 80s when the Kiss single `Crazy Nights' and Bon Jovi's `Living On a Prayer' were the obligatory `heavy metal' tracks that interspersed the wall to wall Stone Roses records). I did, however, chance upon an American import of Paul Stanley's solo album at the time and can recall that it was not objectionable and stood head and shoulders above the other solo efforts of the other band members.

Revisiting the album in remastered CD format it's clear that there are 4 stand out tracks that pepper the album. Opener `Tonight I belong To You' is simply a classic of this late 70's genre, a smouldering, perfectly paced, half ballad with a ballsy riff that Marc Bolan would have been proud of. The higher pitch of Paul Stanley's emotionally strained and strident vocals are perfect to carry the song and the chorus will literally be burnt into the memory for ever. Skip one track and the slow burn meandering ballad `Aint Quite Right' is the second great song on the album, skip another track and another half ballad `Take Me Away (Together As One)' cements the fact that the slower numbers are clearly the better tracks on here. Finally there is the wistful and melancholic `Goodbye' which perfectly closes out the CD.
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