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KISS - PAUL STANLEY (180 GRAM) - VINYL

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Jem
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Timeless and Best Rock Album
Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2017
One of the best Rock albums ever recorded. It''s timeless. I have listened to rock for forty five years or more. Remember getting Paul''s solo album when I was fifteen in 1978. Sometime in the 80s I got the cassette. Now, at age 54 and still rocking I personally believe, in... See more
One of the best Rock albums ever recorded. It''s timeless. I have listened to rock for forty five years or more. Remember getting Paul''s solo album when I was fifteen in 1978. Sometime in the 80s I got the cassette. Now, at age 54 and still rocking I personally believe, in my opinion, that this was one of the best timeless rock albums ever recorded. As a longtime Kiss fan since 1975, I realize now that 1978 is the year in which the problems in the band were tearing the band apart. I have a slight resentment towards the solo albums in 1978 but Paul''s solo album was/is in a class of it''s own. These are Kiss songs as well as Paul songs. Although I love all the original four members Paul always, again in my opinion, steered the ship. If you like rock music, this is the album.
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Ree View
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
At its best near the end.
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2020
It''s hard not to think this could have/should have been a little better. Stanley''s terrific voice was the biggest strength Kiss had and you had to wonder if he''d flourish by himself, possibly even attempting a more mature album. It partly succeeds, in that it''s nice to... See more
It''s hard not to think this could have/should have been a little better. Stanley''s terrific voice was the biggest strength Kiss had and you had to wonder if he''d flourish by himself, possibly even attempting a more mature album. It partly succeeds, in that it''s nice to hear a whole album with Paul singing. But much of the album sounds too safe/predictable. There are some good rockers in this manner/as you would expect such as Move On and Wouldn''t You Like To Know Me. But the songs go by uneventfully. A one-two punch near the end finally gives the album a little something beyond ordinary. Ballad Hold Me, Touch Me (Think Of Me When We''re Apart) and the highly revved Love In Chains are a little more outside the box and probably the 2 best songs here. It''s not a bad album. Just a little underwhelming.
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Thomas A.
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
the best songwriter and the best singer
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2014
it gets four stars because it is still KISS without the band. Paul Stanley is the most talented member of Kiss, the best songwriter and the best singer, not to mention the leader of the band. specifically, Tonight You Belong to Me could make any rock band''s album as well as... See more
it gets four stars because it is still KISS without the band. Paul Stanley is the most talented member of Kiss, the best songwriter and the best singer, not to mention the leader of the band. specifically, Tonight You Belong to Me could make any rock band''s album as well as "It''s Alright" and "Wouldn''t You like to Know Me." But the fifth track, "Together as One" is the most apocalyptic KISS ever gets. It borrows heavily from the Beatles''s "I Want You-She''s so Heavy." the Dminor guitar riff and the closing part. but Paul gets emotional on this unfamous song. I agree with the reviewer who said that this album ranks with the great ones of the seventies. KISS never got their due on the radio, having only a few top forty hits, ironically "Beth" their least favorite song but biggest. Buy the album for the first and fifth tracks. It''s a great solo effort, although Ace Frehley claims the best solo album by far for the group.
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E M Johnson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Kick butt rock n roll
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2019
I have this album on vinyl and never thought about getting the CD until I heard some songs on Pod of Thunder. Then I had to have this on CD. Some of the songs that got me rocking were Tonight you belong to me Move on Wouldn’t you like to... See more
I have this album on vinyl and never thought about getting the CD until I heard some songs on Pod of Thunder. Then I had to have this on CD. Some of the songs that got me rocking were

Tonight you belong to me

Move on

Wouldn’t you like to know me

It’s alright

Love in chains

Goodbye
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Ken Fontenot
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
He''s The Starchild For A Reason
Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2010
1978 saw four distinct albums released from one of the single most distinct groups in rock history. All four members of KISS released solo albums in that year. Some say it was done in an attempt to cash in on the group''s popularity at the time. Others believe it was a... See more
1978 saw four distinct albums released from one of the single most distinct groups in rock history. All four members of KISS released solo albums in that year. Some say it was done in an attempt to cash in on the group''s popularity at the time. Others believe it was a last ditch attempt to save the band from imploding. No matter what you believe, you have to admit that it was a pretty bold move.

Paul Stanley''s album features a mix of pop rock and power ballads. Songs like "Tonight You Belong To Me," "Take Me Away," and "Hold Me, Touch Me," foreshadow the power ballads made popular throughout the 1980''s by bands like Foreigner and Journey. Tunes such as "Wouldn''t You Like To Know Me" and "Move On" showcase one Stanley''s mastery of the pop rock sound.

"Love In Chains" is my favorite song on the album, and in my opinion sounds closest to the collective sound of KISS.

In the constant argument amongst die-hard KISS fans as to who is the heart of the original lineup, I feel that Stanley''s solo project makes a strong case for him in particular. Not only does the album ring with the sounds of KISS songs like "King of the Night Time World," "Hotter Than Hell," and "Love Her All I Can," the guitar work sounds very, very similar to that of Ace Frehley, who is listed first by many fans as the true core of the original lineup.

The album shows just how great of a writer Stanley is, and also shows his prowess as a producer.

If you''re a fan of KISS, you can''t go wrong with Paul Stanley''s solo album. If you''re a fan of ballads or pop-tinged rock n'' roll, this album is a keeper as well. Overall, it''s one of the best of the solo projects, falling just short of Frehley''s album, which is a pure hard rock gem.
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Aaron R.
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Picture disc, no poster.
Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2020
Didn''t realize this was the picture disc instead of the reprint with the poster. Oh well, my bad...
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C. Britt
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of Pauls finest outings.
Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2016
I always did think that Paul was the driving force behind KISS and his solo KISS album is proof of that.Of all 4 of the guys albums Paul and Ace had the best two although Ace''s was the better of the two Pauls isn''t second by much.
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Tracy Garrett
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Paul Stanley, my favorite member of KISS
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2015
Paul has always been my favorite KISS member and his solo album is another great reason why. Rockers like "Tonight You Belong to Me" and "It''s Alright". Ballads like "Hold Me, Touch Me". My favorite, "Take Me Away (Together as One), is a hot... See more
Paul has always been my favorite KISS member and his solo album is another great reason why. Rockers like "Tonight You Belong to Me" and "It''s Alright". Ballads like "Hold Me, Touch Me". My favorite, "Take Me Away (Together as One), is a hot power ballad. All of the KISS solo albums have now been released on remastered CDs so the sound quality is even better. Rock on, Paul!
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O-mindcrime
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Better than the rest...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 6, 2012
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$$. `Lick It Up'' and `Crazy Nights'' were the only albums I ever bought over the many years I''ve been...See more
I''ll be honest I don''t have a great deal of `love'' for the all US, good old boys, stars and stripes, republican, pulpit rousing , rock combo, money machine called Ki$$. `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. Of the rest there is the throwaway but not objectionable `Move On'' and the similarly sing along `Wouldn''t You Like To Know Me''. Both are upbeat, catchy and rocky and are a good counterpoint to the half ballads. The only horror is `Hold me Touch Me'', which ironically was the US single. If this song were a food it would be a 5lb Wendy''s pancake coated with a jar of maple syrup, double whipped cream, ice cream and chocolate sprinkles - it''s definitely not for the weak stomached. Suffice to say the US punters gorged themselves on this sickly feast and made it a minor hit. So ironically this solo effort takes the best of what makes Kiss records sell and injects a real emotional sensibility which knocks it almost into the category of being `Classic'' and therefore curiously timeless.
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James Begg
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
So so
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 26, 2019
Not a bad record but it''s not one that I would go back to very often. Of all the tracks on the album the second to last track '' Love In Chains'' sounds like a Kiss Classic & there is a stinker of a track called '' ''Hold Me, Touch Me'' which Paul Stanley might as well have...See more
Not a bad record but it''s not one that I would go back to very often. Of all the tracks on the album the second to last track '' Love In Chains'' sounds like a Kiss Classic & there is a stinker of a track called '' ''Hold Me, Touch Me'' which Paul Stanley might as well have given it to David Soul or David Cassidy, it would never have made a Kiss album proper, no way.
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Lizzy358
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Paul Stanley
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 16, 2018
Bought for husband he says it''s great
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Paul Saunders
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Great service.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 13, 2019
Nothing to dislike great product.
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Marta
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2017
Excellent!
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