Love Gun

Love Gun is the sixth studio album by American hard rock band Kiss, released in 1977. It is notable for being their first album to feature a lead vocal performance from Ace Frehley; this marks the first Kiss album to feature lead vocal performances from all four band members. It was also the last studio album to feature the entire original Kiss lineup on every track, as Peter Criss was replaced by session drummer Anton Fig for most of 1979's Dynasty.

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Love Gun (song) - Cover Versions
... "Love Gun" was covered by the Surfin' Ceasers for 1992's Kiss tribute album Hard to Believe ... Grass A Hillbilly Tribute to Kiss, and album consisting entirely of Kiss covers, including "Love Gun", played in the bluegrass style ... Styx guitarist Tommy Shaw contributed his version of "Love Gun" for the 2004 Kiss tribute album Spin the Bottle ...
Smashes, Thrashes & Hits - Track Listing
... "Love Gun" (remix) Stanley Love Gun (1977) 331 4 ... "I Love It Loud" (remix) Gene Simmons, Vinnie Vincent Creatures of the Night (1982) 348 6 ... Love" (remix) Simmons Rock and Roll Over (1976) 338 10 ...
The Box Set (Kiss) - Contents
... "Love Her All I Can" (Wicked Lester) (recorded on July 24 1972) 06 ... "C'mon and Love Me" (live) (from Alive!) 02 ... "Do You Love Me?" (from Destroyer) 11 ...
Love Gun (song)
... "Love Gun" is a song by the American hard rock band KISS released on their 1977 album of the same name ... "Love Gun" surprisingly failed to become a hit single, but the song became an instant staple of the Kiss live show and retained this place for years ... interviews since its release that it is one of his favorite KISS songs, even stating that ""Love Gun" is quintessential KISS and is probably one of the five signature essential songs ...

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