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8 thoughts on “ Cmon And Love Me - Kiss - Double Platinum (CD)

  1. Features Song Lyrics for Kiss's Double Platinum album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. C’mon and Love Me: 2: C’mon and Love Me: 3: C'mon and Love Me: 4: C’mon and Love Me: 5: C'mon and Love Me: 6: C'mon and Love Me: 7: C’mon and.
  2. Double Platinum is a double-album, track collection that gathers all of Kiss' biggest hits ("Rock and Roll All Nite," "Beth," "Detroit Rock City," "Calling Dr. Love," "Love Gun"), but what makes it an essential retrospective and introduction is that it doesn't overlook key album tracks and concert favorites like "Cold Gin," "Deuce," "Black Diamond," and "She.".
  3. referencing Double Platinum, 2xLP, Album, Comp, NBLP This release was pressed in Australia by CBS in Artarmon Sydney after the PolyGram takeover in The last Astor releases were of the back catalog from S/T thru to the Solo Albums pressed and released April
  4. Nov 22,  · De eerste kus lied to functie Paul Stanley op gitaar. Hij speelt het eerste deel van het nummer de intro sectie. Dit lied heeft zeer veel van een gevoel van "weg" naar de tekst. Geschreven in.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Double Platinum on Discogs.4/5(4).
  6. The album was certified Platinum on May 16, by the RIAA.[1] Ironically it never reached Double Platinum status. In Canada it was certified Gold on June 1, after selling 50, copies/5().
  7. "C'mon and Love Me" became a favorite in concert and a regular part of Kiss' s performances. It has retained a cult following among the ensemble's fans and was later covered by Skid Row (this rendition can be found on B-Side Ourselves). Reception "C'mon and Love Me" underperformed on the singles listings and did not chart. Appearances.
  8. As a best-of collection, DOUBLE PLATINUM is textbook stuff--released while Kiss was at the height of its game, it brings together only the band's finest, originally covering four LP sides in an impressive, shiny package. As the unabashedly sales-oriented title implies, (few have accused Kiss of subtlety) these are the tracks that made them kings/5(54).

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