According to Danish Universal Music, US hard-rockers Kiss will release a 35th anniversary deluxe version of their Destroyer album on February 27th in Europe and one day later in North America. The double album should also have a normal version as well as a re-mixed version by the original producer Bob Ezrin. Fans will also be able to hear songs which were left out from the original version of the album which will be released with its original cover.

Originally released in March 1976, Destroyer is the fourth Kiss album with songs which have become classics in the course of time, such as "Detroit Rock City", "Beth" and "God Of Thunder".





Source: voice.fi
Band profile: Kiss
 
Posted: 22.01.2012 by ArgoP



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necrovamp - 22.01.2012 at 17:24  
This will have a B-side of a cover of Money Money Money by Abba.
JohnDoe - 22.01.2012 at 20:23  
Their math skills suck cause the album was released in 1976 and that is 36 years ago, so it should be a 36 years anniversary. LOL
RavenKing - 23.01.2012 at 01:55  
Written by JohnDoe on 22.01.2012 at 20:23

Their math skills suck cause the album was released in 1976 and that is 36 years ago, so it should be a 36 years anniversary. LOL


Gene Simmons is bad at numbers. He even lost the count on how many women he fucked.
Jonnz of Steel - 23.01.2012 at 17:38  
Good stuff, looking forward to this!

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