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Kiss Beth (Official Music Video)

Kiss Beth (Official Music Video)

Kiss Beth (Official Music Video)
Album: Destroyer
Released: August 1976 (US)
Recorded: 1976
Writer(s) Peter Criss, Stan Penridge, Bob Ezrin
Producer: Bob Ezrin

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Kiss Beth

“Beth” is a ballad by Kiss, originally released on their 1976 album, Destroyer. To date, it is their highest-charting single in the US, reaching #7 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. It is one of only two Gold selling singles for the band (the other being 1979′s “I Was Made for Lovin’ You“), and their first of two Top Ten singles (along with 1990′s “Forever“, #8) in the US. Beth was named #3 in Vh1′s 25 Greatest Power Ballads.

Kiss’s drummer Peter Criss sings the song, which he co-wrote with Stan Penridge. The song was written before Criss had joined Kiss, while he was still a member of Chelsea. Criss came up with the melody for the song while on a train to New York City from New Jersey where the band practiced. He and Chelsea guitarist Stan Penridge wrote the song together.

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Kiss-Black Diamond (Gif)

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Kiss-Black Diamond

“Black Diamond” is a Kiss song written by the band’s rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley.
The song appears as the closing track on the band’s eponymous first album, Kiss, released in 1974. It begins with an acoustic opening sung by Stanley before entering in furious riff with Peter Criss in lead vocals and fading out with Ace Frehley’s solo, in a sort of studio trick. The song is also characterized by its noticeable use of chorus, and its ending. The taped studio version was slowed down almost to a standstill. The live version is usually sped up in tempo, combined with stage pyrotechnics and a rising drum platform.
The band would often play “Black Diamond” to close their concerts. Even after Criss left the band the song was still performed in concerts, featuring his replacements Eric Carr and Eric Singer on lead vocals during their respective tenures with the band.

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