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    • by Kungfoolery
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      The last ‘big’ KISS album and the beginning of the end for the band. (Peter Criss doesn’t even play drums here…anton Fig fills in although he never received credit) Alot of coplaints on this album dealt with KISS going ‘disco’ with the inclusion of

      I WAS MADE FOR LOVING YOU…but the live version(s) of the song ‘prove’ it is rock and roll. Dynasty did sell platinum as KISS was still super hot, but they would cool off immediately following the release of this LP and Peter Criss’ departure right afterwards.

      • KISS’ popularity nosedived as they were over exposed and a weak album effort like DYNASTY certainly did them absolutely NO favors. Would be rock superstars need to check this album out and use it as an example of all the things NOT to do when trying
        to be a ‘rock superstar’ is a great track) I guess maybe because it is a KISS album that doesnt sound like KISS that makes it so reviled. Oh well, I guess you can’t please everyone. It is worth a listen, but unless you are a total DIE HARD, you won’t dig it much. (I did though)

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