7" Single A|B Bellaphon BF [de]. 7" Single A|B Casablanca [de]. Details anzeigen, Alles anhören. 1. Shout It Out Loud. 2. Singe Shout It Out Loud im Stil von "Kiss". Stingray Karaoke Rock, , Englisch , Tonart Bb. Okt. Im Herbst waren Kiss in den New Yorker Electric Lady Studios, um „ Shout It Out Loud', die erste Single-Auskoppelung aus „Destroyer“.
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Bob Ezrin , who had previously worked with Alice Cooper , was brought in to produce the album. Ezrin introduced to Kiss sound effects, strings, screaming children, reversed drums on "God of Thunder" and a children's choir.
The song "Great Expectations" uses the first phrase of the main theme from the second movement of Beethoven 's Piano Sonata No.
Destroyer is the first Kiss album to prominently feature outside musicians, such as members of the New York Philharmonic.
Wagner also played the acoustic guitar found on the song "Beth". Rehearsals for Destroyer began in August , while the group was embarked on their supporting tour for Alive!
The band felt that Bob Ezrin was the right person to help them take their sound to the next level and to maintain the commercial success they had achieved with Alive!
The basic album tracks were recorded during this time. The plodding, heavy song, written by country songwriters Becky Hobbs and Lew Anderson, was rejected by the band and later appeared on the debut album by Michael Des Barres ' band Detective.
Although this song was rejected, other outside songs and suggestions were accepted by the band. In particular, Kim Fowley and Mark Anthony became important contributors during the songwriting process.
During the recording sessions, Ezrin resorted to numerous tactics designed to increase the quality of music Kiss recorded. Because none of the group were trained musicians, Ezrin halted the sessions at one point to provide lessons in basic music theory.
Paul Stanley later compared the experience of working with Ezrin as "musical boot camp " but said that the group "came out a lot smarter for it.
The cover art for Destroyer was painted by fantasy artist Ken Kelly. Kelly was invited to a show and given a backstage pass. He said of the performance, "It blew me away.
Kelly's original version of the album cover was rejected by the record company because they felt the scene was too violent looking with the rubble and flames.
Also, the original version had the members of Kiss wearing the Alive! The front cover shows the group striding on top of a pile of rubble, and a desolate background spotted with destroyed buildings, some of which are engulfed in flames.
The back cover shows a similar scene, but with more buildings on fire. The front of the inner sleeve featured a large Kiss logo and the lyrics to "Detroit Rock City".
In anticipation of the 35th anniversary of the release of Destroyer , producer Bob Ezrin approached Simmons and Stanley about doing a remix and re-release of the original album.
With their approval, Ezrin acquired the original track analog master tapes and had them digitally transferred for remixing.
In addition to re-equalizing elements of each song, Ezrin also added in some parts of tracks that had been omitted from the original mix.
These include some additional vocals on "Detroit Rock City" and "Beth", and the substitution of a guitar solo by Frehley on "Sweet Pain" for the one from the original that had been performed by Wagner a version of "Sweet Pain" with Frehley's solo was included as track 6, while the original version with Wagner's solo is appended as a "bonus" track at the end of the new CD.
The resulting album, titled Destroyer: Resurrected , was released on August 21, Resurrected met with mixed critical reception.
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How does an underground oddity become a cultural phenomenon? For over 40 years, the rock band Kiss has galvanized the entertainment world with an unparalleled blitz of bravado, theatricality, and shameless merchandizing, garnering generations of loyally rabid fans.
But if not for a few crucial months in late and early , Kiss may have ended up nothing more than a footnote. Shout It Out Loud is a serious examination of the circumstance and serendipity that fused the creation of the band's seminal work, Destroyer including the band's arduous ascent to the unexpected smash hit, Alive!
Extensive research from the period and insights into each song are enhanced by hundreds of archived materials and dozens of interviews surrounding the mid-'70s-era Kiss and its zeitgeist.
New interviews with major principals in the making of an outrageously imaginative rock classic animate this engaging tale.
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Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention bob ezrin rock and roll alice cooper james campion kiss fan shout it out loud kiss fans detroit rock rock city highly recommended behind the scenes producer bob great read destroyer album thought i knew well researched knew just about everything must read making of destroyer reading this book.
Showing of 71 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. James Campion writes about music with the combined passion of a writer, a musician, and a Jersey boy who channels Hunter S Thompson.
While bits and pieces of the stories may have received previous publicity, there they come together in a story that shines a bright light on the early career of Bob Ezrin, explores the dynamics of the band and their musical direction or lack thereof and what it's really like to get an album written, played and produced.
Campion charts a hit of his own here, not only reliving some of the loudest days of my flaming youth but providing carefully researched and thought out answers to "What was that?
Felt Like Again. The author has the knack of putting you back in when KISS was skyrocketing in popularity.
I'm the same age as the author and his book was a trip back in time. I hope that this guy will write a few more. Couldn't put the book down.
Very thorough and interesting. One person found this helpful. In Canada, the single was far more successful, reaching 1 on the RPM national singles chart on May 22, It was directed by Wayne Isham.
The song is featured in the movie Detroit Rock City and appears on the soundtrack for the movie. The male part of the group excluding Kurt Hummel were also dressed as Kiss members.
The song was covered several times. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved January 6, Retrieved June 9, Retrieved March 6,