Kiss, Peter CrissPeter Criss

Label:Casablanca – NBLP 7122
Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Hard Rock, Pop Rock


A1I'm Gonna Love You
Written-ByP. Criss*, S. Penridge*
A2You Matter To Me
Written-ByJ. Vastano*, M. Morgan*, V. Poncia*
A3Tossin' And Turnin'
PercussionLenny Castro
Soloist, SaxophoneMichael Carnahan*
Written-ByM. Rene*, R. Adams*
A4Don't You Let Me Down
PercussionLenny Castro
Written-ByP. Criss*, S. Penridge*
A5That's The Kind Of Sugar Papa Likes
Soloist, GuitarSteve Lukather
Written-ByP. Criss*, S. Penridge*
B1Easy Thing
Conductor, Arranged By [Strings]Bill Cuomo
KeyboardsRichard Gerstein
Written-ByP. Criss*, S. Penridge*
B2Rock Me Baby
Backing VocalsAnnie Sutton, Gordon Grody
GuitarJohn Tropea
KeyboardsRichard Gerstein
Written-ByS. Delaney*
B3Kiss The Girl Goodbye
Harmony VocalsStan Penridge
PercussionPeter Criss
Written-ByP. Criss*, S. Penridge*
B4Hooked On Rock And Roll
Soloist, GuitarSteve Lukather
Written-ByP. Criss*, S. Penridge*, V. Poncia*
B5I Can't Stop The Rain
Backing VocalsAnnie Sutton, Gordon Grody
Conductor, Arranged By [Strings]Bill Cuomo
KeyboardsRichard Gerstein
Written-ByS. Delaney*



"To Ace, Paul & Gene and to Michael Benvenga"

Inner sleeve with pictures of the other Kiss member's solo albums, Peter Criss poster, credits insert, and an order form envelope.

Track B3, "Kiss The Girl Goodbye" printed with the KISS logo.

Basic tracks B1, B2, B3, B5 were recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York City.
Recorded in Hollywood at Sunset Sound.
Additional recording at Sound Labs, Inc. and the Burbank Studio.
Mastered at The Mastering Lab, Hollywood.

Produced for Mad Vincent Prod.
℗1978 Casablanca Record & Filmworks, Inc.
Manufactured and distributed by Casablanca Record & Filmworks, Inc..
Made/Printed in U.S.A.
©1978 Aucoin Management, Inc.

Some copies has different back cover and spine colors (green vs. blue)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 / Hand etched): NBLP 7122 AS P1 R1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 / Hand etched): NBLP 7122 BS P1 R1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 / Stamped): TML-M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 / Stamped): TML-S

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Peter Criss (LP, Album)CasablancaNB 7053Germany1978
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Peter Criss (LP, Album)Casablanca407-CBO.71042France1978
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Peter Criss (LP, Album)CasablancaCALP 5029Italy1978
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Peter Criss (LP, Album)CasablancaVIP-6580Japan1978
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Peter Criss (LP, Album)CasablancaNBLP 7122Sweden1978


  • Cahgoonis's avatar
    I hadn't listened to my copy in over 20 years until a few days ago. It's still terrible. Absolute garbage. Peter Criss may have influenced a whole generation of drummers but really wasn't good enough or talented enough to front a band & write good songs without his much more accomplished band mates. I'm not shitting on the guy...just delivering fact.
    • cornejod's avatar
      Even if you're a hardcore KISS fan from the early 1970s, you cannot ignore the fact that this is a truly horrible, aimless and forgettable album. Peter Criss' delusional belief that he could have a SUCCESSFUL solo career based on the garbage recorded on this album should have been shattered by the poor sales and high returns to the label. The other three range from mediocre (Paul's) to brilliant (Ace's). For a man who is a racist, it seems ironic that the type of music he recorded was mostly black. And sadly, this 1978 release is the highest charting and sales wise successful album of his entire career. The best he ever had was KISS and he foolishly wasted his three chances. Just like the lottery winners who squander their money, some people are just meant to be broke.
      • Tacheson48's avatar
        Not one of my favs!!! Kinda bluesy, jazzy, disco with a hint of gospel/country to finish it off. That's what I heard anyway. A bunch of studio musicians that just happened to be in the building when Peter started recording.
        • mic4268's avatar
          Edited 4 years ago
          my song has this record with the side 1 or the record label blank top half is correct no song titles or credits on the bottom half ring text is there though
          • Zippo190's avatar
            For me the best Kiss member solo album along with Ace Frehley!
            • AlexSl4y's avatar
              Have this record, its sounds amazing comparing for example to Paul Stanley's solo.
              • Floomashoo's avatar
                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???



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