In 1976 I was 13 years old, and right in the age bracket to be a Kiss fan around that time. They were a comic book that played music, and me and my friends would spend hours in each others basements playing those songs and trying to play guitars and drums. We weren’t alone, Kiss had that effect on many of us across the country.
Kiss Ace Frehley on Destroyer Tour, CA, July 1976. (Photo by Koh Hasebe/Shinko Music/Getty Images)
Kiss Paul Stanley on Destroyer Tour, CA, July 1976. (Photo by Koh Hasebe/Shinko Music/Getty Images)
DETROIT – JANUARY 25: Bass guitarist and co-lead singer Gene Simmons of American hard rock band KISS performing at Cobo Hall on January 25, 1976 in Detroit, MI. (Photo by Waring Abbott/Getty Images)
But this day was different, this was the day that they released Destroyer, an album that had hits on it, songs that radio would play, this was Kiss finest moment I think.
So WBAB celebrates the anniversary of Kiss Destroyer with the entire album for you to enjoy all over again. ROCKY