Kiss i was made for lovin you rock and roll all nite


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The B-side of the single is the album track "Hard Times", which was written by Ace Frehley . The song was one of the band's few singles to chart in the UK in the 1970s, though only peaking at No. 50, where a 7 min 54 sec version was released on 12" single in addition to the shorter 7" version. The song has become a permanent staple in Kiss's live performances, often differing from the original version. When Eric Carr joined the band in 1980, the song was played in a significantly faster tempo, attributed to Carr's rapid drumming skills. [3] Since the late 1980s, the song has been played with the same tempo as the studio version, but with a more rock-oriented, less disco feel. [4] The band's performance of the song at their 30th anniversary show in Melbourne, Australia, was accompanied by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra , who wore KISS-style makeup with their tuxedos. [5] At first Desmond Child said that, "Paul wanted to write a good disco song and I decided to help him with that. Paul started to write lyrics and chords then I played the song on the guitar and said 'OK, we'll do something to improve this and make it really a good song.'"


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