KISS Releases “Destroyer Remix” and Oversized Collector’s Book
KISS is kicking things up a notch for 2012 with set of new releases, starting with Destroyer: Resurrected. The album is a remixed version of the band’s multi-platinum 1976 record, featuring the songs “Detroit Rock City,” “Shout It Out Loud,” and “God of Thunder.”
Remixed by original producer Bob Ezrin, the new release adds goodies for uber-fans, including a new vocal part to the final mix of “Beth” and an alternate take of “Sweet Pain” with the original guitar solo.
The band notes that the remix also tightens up the mix, bringing out Gene Simmons’ bass to add bottom end and fleshing out the guitar and drums.
Destroyer: Resurrected also features the original cover artwork, which was initially deemed too controversial. The album is available on
The band’s second offering this month is the KISS Monster Book. Measuring three feet tall and two and half feet wide, the oversized book contains photos from throughout the band’s career and special signature pages that hare signed by Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer, respectively.
Each book is handmade in Italy with a choice of ten country flags and the KISS Monster Logo on the cover. Limited to 1,000 copies, the book is only for sale through First Light Publishing Limited for $4,250.
Destroyer: Resurrected Track List:
- Detroit Rock City
- King Of The Night Time World
- God Of Thunder
- Great Expectations
- Flaming Youth
- Sweet Pain
- Shout It Out Loud
- Do You Love Me?
- Rock and Roll Party
- Sweet Pain (Original Guitar Solo)