Kiss, Paul Stanley ‎– Paul Stanley

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Casablanca ‎– NBLP 7123
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A1 Tonight You Belong To Me
Bass Guitar – Steve BusloweDrums – Richie Fontana
4:39
A2 Move On
Backing Vocals – Diana Graselli, Maria Vidal, Miriam Naomi ValleBass Guitar – Steve BusloweDrums – Richie Fontana
3:07
A3 Ain't Quite Right
Backing Vocals – Peppy CastroBass Guitar – Steve BusloweDrums – Richie Fontana
3:34
A4 Wouldn't You Like To Know Me
Bass Guitar – Steve BusloweDrums – Richie Fontana
3:16
A5 Take Me Away (Together As One)
Bass Guitar – Steve BusloweDrums – Carmine Appice
5:26
B1 It's All Right
Bass Guitar – Eric NelsonDrums – Craig Krampf
3:31
B2 Hold Me, Touch Me
Backing Vocals – Peppy CastroBass Guitar – Eric NelsonDrums – Craig KrampfPiano, Backing Vocals – Doug (Gling) Katsaros*
3:40
B3 Love In Chains
Bass Guitar – Eric NelsonDrums – Craig KrampfElectric Guitar – Steve Lacey
3:34
B4 Goodbye
Bass Guitar – Eric NelsonDrums – Craig Krampf
4:09

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Comes with picture inner sleeve with pics of the other Kiss member's solo albums, a poster and Kiss Army/merchandise order form.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 1-1 ©® NBLP-7123-AS - S3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): ©® NBLP-7123-BS - S3 1-1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP/BMI

Other Versions (5 of 82) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NBLP 7123 KISS Paul Stanley(LP, Album) Casablanca NBLP 7123 US 1978 Sell This Version
VIPD 1 Paul Stanley Kiss: Paul Stanley(LP, Album, Pic, RP, Unofficial) Casablanca (4) VIPD 1 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
532 387-2 Paul Stanley Kiss: Paul Stanley(CD, Album, RM, RP) Mercury 532 387-2 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
NAC 7052 Kiss, Paul Stanley Kiss, Paul Stanley - Paul Stanley(LP, Album) Casablanca NAC 7052 South Africa 1978 Sell This Version
826 915-2 Kiss, Paul Stanley Kiss, Paul Stanley - Paul Stanley(CD, Album, RE) Casablanca 826 915-2 US 1988 Sell This Version

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chuckH2D

chuckH2D

August 8, 2016
As I recall, the plastic bags were at all the major retailers, but I guess Discogs would describe them as a point-of-sale promotion rather than something like a boxed set. A similar example would be the original copies of Moby Grape - Grape Jam that were originally sold shrink-wrapped together with Moby Grape - Wow with a custom sticker (and there's no Discogs entry for those, either). I have a couple of bags that I'd like to be able to document on Discogs and list where people can find them, but issues of "relevance" to the database probably make that impossible.
chuckH2D

chuckH2D

March 3, 2015
Any information about the [U.S.] white plastic bag with the 4 covers printed on each side? It was commercially available, right? (to those who bought all four together)
ragncajn

ragncajn

January 19, 2014
Funny two x members solos are under Kiss, but not the two present members.
Floomashoo

Floomashoo

September 6, 2013
Shouldn't this and all the other KISS 'solo albums' be listed under KISS. These albums, referred to on the promo as 'assembled especially for radio from - The KISS ALbums'. Also these albums are always listed in official KISS discographies whereas the likes of '**hole and Live to Win by Gene and Paul are not listed. New to Discogs so not sure how it all this works yet. Your thoughts???