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  1. Aug 04,  · Beth This song is by Kiss and appears on the album Destroyer () on the live album Alive II () on the compilation Sounds of the Seventies: - Take Two () on the live album Unplugged () This song has been covered by Linus of Hollywood under the title "Beth".
  2. The song, recorded and released as a single in , was the third single from Kiss's album Destroyer and was planned to be their last in support of the album. As a single, it did poorly in sales and radio play (other than in Detroit), and failed to chart in the U.S. even though it would prove to be a fan favorite.B-side: "Beth".
  3. Kiss Beth “Beth” is a ballad by Kiss, originally released on their album, Destroyer. To date, it is their highest-charting single in the US, reaching #7 on Billboard’s Hot chart.
  4. Originally the B-side of “Detroit Rock City,” “Beth” became the band’s first Billboard top ten Hot single and helped reignite sales of Destroyer to make it the first KISS album to be certified platinum. And for better or for worse, it helped pave the way for countless power ballads for years to come.
  5. Mar 15,  · 20 Things You Might Not Know about Kiss' Destroyer. March 15, On March 15th, , Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley didn’t want “Beth” on the album because it wasn’t a typical Kiss song but their manager,Bill Aucoin, insisted on including it. During recording, Peter Criss was the only band member in the studio so it’s the only.
  6. Jun 21,  · Kiss had all the elements it took to create exciting and catchy rock'n'roll albums. And Destroyer, more than any other Kiss album, is a testament to that fact. Kiss started out strong in with their first two releases, but in their music would be thrusted to even greater heights under the direction of producer Bob Ezrin/5().
  7. Sep 24,  · I claim or own nothin'! Fan uploaded tribute video for comment and discussion ONLY! To simplify my title, I call it "official KISS video" because the image is taken from the movie and has been.
  8. Destroyer is one of Kiss' most experimental studio albums, but also one of their strongest and most interesting. Alice Cooper / Pink Floyd producer Bob Ezrin was on hand, and he strongly encouraged the band to experiment -- there's extensive use of sound effects (the album's untitled closing track), the appearance of a boy's choir ("Great Expectations"), and an orchestra-laden, heartfelt ballad ("Beth").Brand: Ume.

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