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'Love Gun'
Single by Kiss
from the album Love Gun
Released1977
GenreHard rock[1]
Length3:27
LabelCasablancaNB-895-AS (US)
Songwriter(s)Paul Stanley
Producer(s)Eddie Kramer & Kiss
Kiss singles chronology
'Christine Sixteen' / 'Shock Me'
(1977)
'Love Gun' / 'Hooligan'
(1977)
'Shout It Out Loud (Live)' / 'Nothin' to Lose (Live)'
(1977)
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'Love Gun' is a song by the American rock band Kiss, first released on their 1977album of the same name. The B-side is the album track 'Hooligan', a song written by drummer Peter Criss.

Paul Stanley, who sings lead vocals on the song, has claimed in several interviews since its release that it is one of his favorite Kiss songs, offering the opinion that 'Love Gun' is quintessential Kiss, and is probably one of the five signature essential Kiss songs.'[2] Stanley has also said that 'The Hunter' section of the Led Zeppelin song 'How Many More Times' inspired the lyrics of 'Love Gun'. Stanley plays bass on the track in addition to singing and playing rhythm guitar.[3]Billboard described it as having a 'high energy level' with 'power guitar riffs.'[4]

'Love Gun' has been played on every Kiss tour since its release, and has made numerous appearances on Kiss live albums and compilation albums, despite the fact that it peaked at only no. 61 on the Billboard Hot 100.[5]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1977)Peak
position
Canada Top Singles (RPM)[6]41
US Billboard Hot 100[5]61
US Cash Box[7]55

References[edit]

  1. ^Prato, Greg. 'Kiss – Love Gun'. AllMusic. Retrieved May 3, 2016.
  2. ^Leaf, David; Sharp, Ken (2003). KISS: Behind the Mask: The Official Authorized Biography. Warner Books. ISBN0-446-53073-5.
  3. ^'Love Gun by Kiss'. Songfacts.com. Retrieved May 3, 2016.
  4. ^'Billboard's Top Single Picks'(PDF). Billboard. 10 September 1977. p. 62. Retrieved 11 July 2020.
  5. ^ ab'Kiss – Awards'. AllMusic. Retrieved May 3, 2016.
  6. ^'Top RPM Singles: Issue 5438a.' RPM. Library and Archives Canada. Retrieved May 3, 2016.
  7. ^'CASH BOX Top 100 Singles – Week ending OCTOBER 22, 1977'. Cash Box. Archived from the original on October 3, 2012.



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Hotter than Hell Tour
Promotional tour by Kiss
Associated albumHotter Than Hell
Start dateOctober 16, 1974
End dateFebruary 22, 1975
No. of shows57
Kiss concert chronology
  • Kiss Tour
    (1974)
  • Hotter than Hell Tour
    (1974–1975)
  • Dressed to Kill Tour
    (1975)
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Hotter than Hell Tour was the second tour of the American rock bandKiss. The tour featured songs from their first album and their newly released second album, Hotter than Hell, which was the album that the tour was in support of. During this tour, the band used fire and the destruction of guitars as part of their show. The January 31, 1975 show in San Francisco was filmed and later made available for public viewing.

In the tour program for the band's final tour, Stanley reflected on the tour:

Touring in the early days was both grueling and great. I think we were getting paid sixty dollars a week but we felt we were living the dream. We were a rock band in a rented station wagon but it was really exciting. We felt we were on a mission and were on the road to glory. We were a gang of people on a crusade who believed in something and were willing to do anything to promote it. There was a tremendous camaraderie in the band in spite of our differences and the people around us shared that passion.[1]

Reception[edit]

Two local reporters from MSU State News and State Journal who attended the October 21 and 22, 1974 performances had given the sold out performances positive reviews, noting that their overall show was good, the tight music and the excellent showsmanship. Although mixed on the costume designs, the reviewers cited the high energy from the audience attending the performances and the band's rising popularity in Detroit.[2][3]

Following the London, Ontario performance, a reporter from London Free Press had given the performance a mixed review, stating: 'Kiss is a tight well rehearsed band with some excellent musical ideas. Unfortunately, the ability to hear any of this is lost in the incredible amount of distortion which is created by Kiss' pain-inducing volume level. Kiss has something to offer musically but the glitter and whiteface is on its way out and if the group is to remain alive, it must change and face the future that one of its members is supposed to represent.'[4]

Setlist[edit]

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  1. 'Deuce'
  2. 'Strutter'
  3. 'Got to Choose'
  4. 'Hotter than Hell'
  5. 'Firehouse'
  6. 'She' (with guitar solo)
  7. 'Watchin' You'
  8. 'Nothin' to Lose'
  9. 'Strange Ways'
  10. 'Parasite'
  11. '100,000 Years' (with bass solo and drum solo)
  12. 'Black Diamond'

Encore

  1. 'Cold Gin'
  2. 'Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll'

Tour dates[edit]

DateCityCountryVenueSupport Act(s)
October 17, 1974Comstock ParkUnited StatesThunder ChickenN/A
October 18, 1974HammondParthenon Theater
October 19, 1974ToledoValentine TheatreThe Rockets
October 21, 1974LansingBreweryN/A
October 22, 1974
October 25, 1974PassaicCapitol TheatreGolden Earring
John Hammond
October 27, 1974YoungstownTomorrow ClubCannonball
October 30, 1974ColumbusAgora BallroomIf
October 31, 1974PeruPeru Circus ArenaThompson's Machine Gun
November 2, 1974Des PlainesMaine West High SchoolSmokehouse
November 3, 1974DuluthDuluth ArenaDr. John
Easy Steam
November 7, 1974St. LouisKiel AuditoriumHeartsfield
T-Rex
Neil Merryweather and the Space Rangers
November 8, 1974ChicagoAragon BallroomUFO
T-Rex
November 10, 1974University CenterPioneer GymnasiumSkyhook
November 12, 1974MinotMinot Municipal AuditoriumClowns
November 16, 1974Asbury ParkSunshine InnMercury
Fantasy
November 21, 1974Cedar RapidsCedar Rapids Memorial ColiseumFoghat
November 23, 1974AtlantaAlexander Memorial ColiseumBlack Oak Arkansas
James Montgomery
November 27, 1974GreenvilleGreenville Memorial Auditorium
November 28, 1974CharlotteCharlotte Coliseum
November 29, 1974CharlestonGaillard Municipal Auditorium
November 30, 1974FayettevilleCumberland County Memorial Arena
December 6, 1974Bowling GreenVan Meter AuditoriumN/A
December 8, 1974EvansvilleRoberts Municipal StadiumZZ Top
Point Blank
December 10, 1974DavenportPalmer Auditorium
December 12, 1974FlintIMA AuditoriumZZ Top
December 13, 1974La CrosseMary E. Sawyer AuditoriumEddie Boy
December 18, 1974La PorteLa Porte ArmoryScream
December 20, 1974DetroitMichigan PalaceRush
Fancy
December 21, 1974
December 22, 1974LondonCanadaLondon GardensJoe
DJ Ronny Legge
December 23, 1974Wilkes-BarreUnited StatesParamount TheaterKenny Kramer
December 27, 1974Fort WayneAllen County War Memorial ColiseumREO Speedwagon
Quicksilver Messenger Service
December 28, 1974IndianapolisIndiana Convention CenterREO Speedwagon
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Hydra
December 29, 1974South BendMorris Civic AuditoriumQuicksilver Messenger Service
Hydra
December 30, 1974SpringfieldIllinois State ArmoryMike Quatro
December 31, 1974EvansvilleEvansville ColiseumRaspberries
January 7, 1975LethbridgeCanadaLethbridge PavilionN/A
January 9, 1975VancouverCommodore BallroomSam Hurrie
January 10, 1975PortlandUnited StatesParamount TheaterBallin' Jack
January 11, 1975MedfordMedford ArmoryArosa
January 12, 1975SeattleParamount TheatreBallin' Jack
January 17, 1975Long BeachLong Beach ArenaWishbone Ash
Camel
January 18, 1975San BernardinoSwing AuditoriumZZ Top
January 19, 1975San DiegoSan Diego Civic TheaterWishbone Ash
Camel
January 26, 1975FresnoSelland ArenaZZ Top
Wishbone Ash
January 31, 1975San FranciscoWinterland BallroomEli
Third Rail
February 1, 1975Santa MonicaSanta Monica Civic AuditoriumJo Jo Gunne
Yesterday & Today
February 20, 1975St. LouisKiel AuditoriumSteve Harley & Cockney Rebel
The Road Crew
February 21, 1975ChicagoAragon BallroomJames Gang
Man
February 22, 1975ScherervilleOmni 41James Gang
Pez

Personnel[edit]

  • Paul Stanley – vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Gene Simmons – vocals, bass
  • Peter Criss – drums, vocals
  • Ace Frehley – lead guitar, backing vocals

References[edit]

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  1. ^(2019). End of the Road World Tour Program, pg. 6.
  2. ^MSU State News, October 23, 1974
  3. ^State Journal, October 26, 1974
  4. ^London Free Press, December 23, 1974

Bibliography[edit]

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  • Gooch, Curt; Suhs, Jeff (2002). Kiss Alive Forever: The Complete Touring History. New York: Billboard Books. ISBN0-8230-8322-5.
  • Gill, Julian (May 8, 2020). Kiss On Tour (2020 ed.). KissFAQ Publishing. ISBN978-1-7344412-1-5.

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