A World Without Heroes - Kiss - (Music From) The Elder (Cassette, Album)

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Label: Casablanca - 7144 163 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Austria • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Hard Rock, Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock


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9 thoughts on “ A World Without Heroes - Kiss - (Music From) The Elder (Cassette, Album)

  1. Music from "The Elder" is the ninth studio album released by American rock band Kiss on the Casablanca Records label in The album marked a substantial departure from their previous output with its concept and orchestral elements. Due to poor sales, Kiss did not embark on a supporting tour for the first time in its eight-year history, opting instead to make a handful of promotional Genre: Progressive rock, art rock.
  2. May 15,  · referencing (Music From) The Elder, CD, Album, RE, RM, RP, My copy of this has the SAME Matrix number there are a few differences: 1) the rim text runs along the top half of the cd from level with the catalogue number to level with 'A PolyGram Company' (as item r)/5(K).
  3. Music From the Elder () by Kiss. Labels: Casablanca. Genres: Hard Rock. Songs: The Oath, Fanfare, Just a Boy, Dark Light, Only You, Under the Rose.. Members: Paul.
  4. Music From “The Elder” was an art-rock concept album based on a fantasy tale written by Simmons and conceived as the soundtrack to a Hollywood blockbuster. But the movie was never made, and the album was an overblown disaster. By , Kiss were in chaos.
  5. Only two tracks resemble the Kiss of old (Frehley's "Dark Light" and the instrumental "Escape from the Island"), while the rest is downright embarrassing ("Odyssey," "A World Without Heroes," "Under the Rose"). Music from "The Elder" was the final straw for Frehley, who would leave the band in
  6. Polygram's release Kiss My Ass is not the only Kiss tribute album, and this soundtrack to Dale Sherman's novel, A World Without Heroes, is commendable on many levels. All the proceeds from this book/CD go to the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in the name of the Kiss Army Online (KAOL) and the late bandmember Eric soundtrack was produced by Kathy LaBonte, whose Musicare Online.
  7. If anything, I feel MUSIC FROM THE ELDER was "ahead of its time". Its worth another listen. I feel the album suffers because of two things. 1. It doesnt SOUND like a KISS album, or at least what one would think a KISS album should sound like at the point it was /5().
  8. Directed by Bruce Gowers. With KISS, Eric Carr, Ace Frehley, Gene Simmons. Kiss performs in the music video "A World Without Heroes" from the album "Music from 'The Elder'" recorded for Casablanca Records. The music video features the band performing on a darkened sound-stage as they stand under spotlights. Gene Simmons sings while the band plays/10(6).

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