Hotter Than Hell is the second studio album by American hard rock band Kiss, released on October 22, 1974 by Casablanca Records. It was certified gold on June 23, 1977, having shipped 500,000 copies. The album was re-released in 1997 in a remastered version. It peaked on the Billboard 200 charts at No. 100, without the benefit of a hit single. Many of the album's songs are live staples for the band, including Parasite", "Hotter Than Hell", "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll" and "Watchin' You".
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Album Name Hotter Than Hell. Data de aparición 1974. Estilo MusicalHard-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum20.
Musically, Hotter Than Hell is darker than the band's first album. This is partly due to the murkier production values, but also the lyrical content of some of the songs. Goin' Blind ", which details a doomed romance between a 93-year-old and an underage girl, was a song written by Simmons and Stephen Coronel during their days with Wicked Lester. The original title was "Little Lady". Hotter Than Hell featured many more overdubs than the first album.
Hotter Than Hell cooks from start to finish with the boys in the band sounding tighter and more lethal than in the past. This time around, Kiss even manages to make allowances in their riff-rock antics for the inclusion of hummable vocal lines in both the blitzkrieg rockers ( Got to Choose, Strange Ways ) and John Philip Sousa ballads ( Goin’ Blind ). The lyrics, however, aren’t going to make Dylan worry; with such bon mots as I’m 93, you’re 16 being dropped regularly. Despite its flaws, Kiss does succeed in churning out quite a bit of high-energy instrumentation and cheerful, nonsensical.
|1||–Morgana Lefay||Cold World||3:56|
|3||–Edge Of Sanity||Sacrificed||3:50|
|4||–Tad Morose||Way Of History||5:06|
|5||–Necrophobic||The Nocturnal Silence||5:13|
|6||–Keen Hue||Juicy Fruit Lucy||5:01|
|7||–Cemetary||Adrift In Scarlet Twilight||4:55|
|9||–Memento Mori||Caravan Of Souls||5:52|
|10||–Rain||Red Light Queen||4:08|