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Asylum (Remastered)
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Album: Asylum (Remastered)
# Song Title   Time
1)    King Of The Mountain More Info... 4:20
2)    Any Way You Slice It More Info... 4:03
3)    Who Wants To Be Lonely More Info... 4:02
4)    Trial By Fire More Info... 3:26
5)    I'm Alive More Info... 3:46
6)    Love's A Deadly Weapon More Info... 3:32
7)    Tears Are Falling More Info... 3:56
8)    Secretly Cruel More Info... 3:44
9)    Radar For Love More Info... 4:01
10)    Uh! All Night More Info... 4:04
 

Album: Asylum (Remastered)
# Song Title   Time
1)    King Of The Mountain More Info... 4:20
2)    Any Way You Slice It More Info... 4:03
3)    Who Wants To Be Lonely More Info... 4:02
4)    Trial By Fire More Info... 3:26
5)    I'm Alive More Info... 3:46
6)    Love's A Deadly Weapon More Info... 3:32
7)    Tears Are Falling More Info... 3:56
8)    Secretly Cruel More Info... 3:44
9)    Radar For Love More Info... 4:01
10)    Uh! All Night More Info... 4:04
 
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  • ASYLUM was Kiss' first LP with guitarist Bruce Kulick.
  • Kiss: Paul Stanley (vocals, guitar); Bruce Kulick (guitar); Gene Simmons (bass); Eric Carr (drums).
  • Principally recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York, New York. Includes liner notes by Robert V. Conte.
  • Digitally remastered by Joseph M. Palmaccio (Sterling Sound, New York, New York).
  • Personnel: Paul Stanley, Bruce Kulick (guitar); Eric Carr (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Dave Wittman.
  • Audio Remasterer: Joseph M. Palmaccio.
  • Liner Note Author: Robert V. Conte.
  • Recording information: Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (06/1985-07/1985); Right Track Studios, New York, NY (06/1985-07/1985).
  • Photographer: Bernard Vidal.
  • Following the departure of Ace Frehley in 1982, a revolving door of lead guitarists began which concluded with Bruce Kulick, whose tenure in the group lasted longer than Ace's. Bruce had played with a younger, harder edged Michael Bolton and his style of speedy yet emotive playing fit right in with Kiss' style.
  • Produced by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, ASYLUM retains the raw power of the previous 80's Kiss records, yet also contains a pop element that those records did not. The music is tight, and lyrically, well, if sex sells, then Kiss cashed in. While "King of the Mountain" and "I'm Alive" continue Paul Stanley's knack for penning upbeat, positive songs about living life to the fullest and "Trial By Fire" also shows Gene's determined outlook on life, much of the record focuses on the band's sexual exploits. While Paul and Gene never professed to be Rodgers and Hammerstein, they do know how to write a fun rock album. With much party music included, crank this album as you enter Kiss' asylum.
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