KISS ‘Destroyer’ is February 2014 ‘Album Side Sunday’
Are you a member of the KISS Army?
If so, you'll want to tune in for the 'KING FM Sunday Brunch' where we'll be playing side one of the 1976 KISS album 'Destroyer.'It's the last weekend of February and that means at the beginning of the 8 a.m. hour we'll feature our 'Album Side Sunday.' Leading up to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on April 10, we are playing some of the bands in the 'Class of 2014.'
KISS released their fourth studio album in 1976 following the success of the double-disc breakthrough album 'Alive,' filled with performances from their previous three efforts.
The album art on the cover was designed by Ken Kelly, who had drawn 'Tarzan' and 'Conan the Barbarian.' It inspired many creative Halloween costumes over the years.
The inner sleeve of the album contained information on how to join the KISS Army and included all the goodies you'd receive as a member.
Coming up at the start of the 8 o'clock hour on the 'KING FM Sunday Brunch' listen for side one of 'Destroyer.'
1. 'Detroit Rock City'
2. 'King of the Night Time World'
3. 'God of Thunder'
4. 'Great Expectations'