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God Of Thunder - Kiss - Halloween Circus (CD)

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  • Fegore
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    Known as Gene Simmons' signature song, this was actually written by his bandmate, Paul Stanley, who had written it as a much more uptempo number about him being the "God Of Thunder" and Rock and Roll. Bob Ezrin, who produced Destroyer heard it, loved it, and much to Paul Stanley's chagrin, immediately gave it to Gene to sing. On the record, it is much slower, plodding, and menacing.
  • Naramar
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    Watch the video for God Of Thunder from Kiss's Greatest Kiss for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Their latest album is 's 'Monster'. Easily identified by their trademark face paint (registered with the United States read more.
  • Magar
    says:
    Playlist · 27 Songs — Famous for their painted faces, impressive stage pyrotechnics, and amazing marketing skills, Kiss are one of the most iconic rock bands of all time. Formed in New York in , the group began with bassist Gene Simmons and singer Paul Stanley, who were inspired by both Alice Cooper and the New York Dolls. They were soon rounded out by guitarist Ace Frehley and drummer.
  • Akihn
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    "God of Thunder" is a song by Kiss from their album Destroyer. The song has also been featured on many of Kiss' live albums, including an up-tempo version on Alive II. Many various sound effects were used to make the song including explosions, clapping, zippers, overdubbed audience chatter and screaming children. The song was written by Paul Stanley, who intended to sing it on the album, but .
  • Mabei
    says:
    God Of Thunder This song is by Kiss and appears on the album Destroyer () and on the live album Alive II (). This song is featured in the video .
  • Brasho
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    May 27,  · Listen to your favorite songs from KISS 40 by Kiss Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  • Bazshura
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    Mar 25,  · Destroyer, one of my favorite KISS albums! Lyrics: You've got something about you You've got something I need Daughter of Aphrodite Hear my words and take he.
  • Shadal
    says:
    Kiss starts warming up with 'Act 1' which is a 'normal' Kiss live experience comparable to the bonus CD in the tour edition of the Psycho Circus album. Things start to get interesting with 'Act 2' with the Symphony Ensemble, comparable with Unplugged but with an extra touch of class/5().
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