Kiss ‎– Hotter Than Hell

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Casablanca ‎– NBLP 7006
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Quality Blue
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A1 Got To Choose
Written-By – Stanley*
3:52
A2 Parasite
Written-By – Frehley*
3:01
A3 Goin' Blind
Written-By – Simmons*, Coronel*
3:34
A4 Hotter Than Hell
Written-By – Stanley*
3:30
A5 Let Me Go, Rock 'N Roll
Written-By – Simmons*, Stanley*
2:16
B1 All The Way
Written-By – Simmons*
3:17
B2 Watchin' You
Written-By – Simmons*
3:45
B3 Mainline
Written-By – Stanley*
3:50
B4 Comin' Home
Written-By – Frehley*, Stanley*
2:37
B5 Strange Ways
Written-By – Frehley*
3:17

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℗©1974 U.S.A. - Casablanca Records.
©1974 Canada - Quality Records Limited.

Manufactured and Distributed by Quality Records Ltd with the Quality Records Blue Label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Etched)): NBLP-7006-S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Etched)): NBLP-7006-S2

Other Versions (5 of 137) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
6399 058 Kiss Hotter Than Hell(LP, Album) Casablanca 6399 058 Mexico 1981 Sell This Version
NBLP 7006 Kiss Hotter Than Hell(LP, Album, Qua) Casablanca NBLP 7006 Canada 1977 Sell This Version
532 375-2(18) Kiss Hotter Than Hell(CD, Album, RE, RM) Casablanca, Mercury 532 375-2(18) Europe 1997 Sell This Version
7199 058 Kiss Hotter Than Hell(Cass, Album, RE) Casablanca 7199 058 Italy Unknown Sell This Version
PHCR-94041 Kiss Hotter Than Hell(CD, Album, Unofficial, Min) Mercury (2) PHCR-94041 Russia 1998 Sell This Version

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cowboydreams

cowboydreams

December 22, 2017
I have a 1974 US release of this with the Sunset Boulevard address on the label and matrix only "NBLP-7006 -A 1 wcw" and "NBLP-7006-B-1 wcw". Appreciate if someone could tell me exactly which release this is as I can't find it?
RocknRollGrover

RocknRollGrover

August 2, 2015
KISS' second album. This album contains a lot of KISS classics and some underrated gems such as Comin' Home and Strange Ways. The production is terrible however, Peter Criss sounds like he's playing on sand paper and it's overall a very dirty sludgy sound. While this works for some of the darker songs like Watchin' You it greatly affects others. As a whole it is a great album though and a very solid follow up to their classic debut record.
simmons49

simmons49

August 29, 2014
I have the brazilian first pressing in cassette
noonanthebruce

noonanthebruce

July 9, 2013
Kiss's second offering is a classic. Hotter Than Hell is full of great songs that have become staples in their set; many that are still played today. In spite of the song quality, they album sounds pretty horrible (on all releases). There are a couple of stinker songs, but it is overall pretty great. Good time music that is sure to clear up any residual rock n roll pneumonia.