Download KISS - Music From The Elder
|1||Just A Boy||2:36|
|6||Under The Rose||4:52|
|9||A World Without Heroes||2:43|
|NBLP 7261||Kiss||(Music From) The Elder (LP, Album, Gat)||Casablanca||NBLP 7261||US||1981|
|LP-28537||Kiss||Music From "The Elder" (LP, Album)||Casablanca||LP-28537||Ecuador||1981|
|71 44 163||Kiss||(Music From) The Elder (Cass, Album, Dol)||Casablanca||71 44 163||Spain||1981|
|NBL5 7261||Kiss||(Music From) The Elder (Cass)||Casablanca||NBL5 7261||US||1981|
|824 153-2||Kiss||(Music From) The Elder (CD, Album, RE)||Casablanca||824 153-2||US||1989|
Subsequent "Limited Edition" release. Came with cover sheet in place of traditional obi strip. The left side of the cover sheet has a type of "obi" printed on it indicating the title, price, catalog number etc. The red box on top still indicated it was "Japanese Limited Edition" however the yellow box that indicating it comes with 4 special goods has been replaced with bigger KISS logo. Came with no limited edition goods.
Came in gatefold jacket with cover sheet and an insert sheet with liner notes and the English lyrics transcriptions.
There is one track missing compared to the other worldwide releases; "Escape From The Island", but later it was included on the "KISS Killers" compilation album released 1982 in Japan.
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Price Code: ¥2,800
- Record Company – Polystar Co.,Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Polystar Co.,Ltd.
Music From The Elder - Kiss. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Music from The Elder is the ninth studio album released by American rock band Kiss on the Casablanca Records label in 1981. 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 appearances. Music from The Elder was the first album with drummer Eric Carr and the last album to feature Ace. Kiss - Music From The Elder 1981. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Kiss - Music From The Elder 1981 - Escape From The Island - Продолжительность: 2:53 Allen Plum 2 175. A World started recording Music From the Elder in March 1981, working in Toronto, New York City and guitarist Ace Frehley s home studio in Wilton, Conn. To prevent anyone from hearing what they were up to, Ezrin and the band worked in total isolation. Because of the need for numerous sessions with outside performers KISS didnt finish the album until September. Then, the band proudly presented it to Casablanca Records, and was allegedly greeted with complete bewilderment. Music from The Elder. It was an attempt on the part of the group to establish Kiss as credible artists, and also to reverse the trend of declining album sales and commercial popularity that had begun in 1979. Instead, the album further served to alienate the group's fan base and represents the lowest point commercially for the group. Listen free to Kiss Music From The Elder Fanfare, Just A Boy and more. 11 tracks 41:57. Music from The Elder was a rock opera that went wrong in just about every way possible. The record company didnt like it, and changed the song order to emphasize potential singles, which meant the story was all out of order. The band didnt even have a proper tour to support the album, only making a couple of TV appearances. In the October 1993 issue of Goldmine Magazine, Gene and Paul rated their work. Gene said, As a KISS album I give it a zero. As a bad Genesis album, I give it a two. Paul Stanley gave it a question mark. Ace Frehley said he threw a tape of the album against the wall a. Apparently, Music From The Elder was supposed to be Kiss's attempt at a concept album. The result was a dull mix of mediocre prog-rock that bears little resemblance to the quartet that gave us such iconic albums as Destroyer and Love Gun. Sorry, guys - if I want prog, I'll go for the real thing, like Nektar