Gene Simmons is a 1978 solo album by Gene Simmons, the bassist and co-vocalist of the American hard rock band Kiss. It was one of four solo albums released by the members of Kiss on September 18, 1978.
Cajun Country Lousiana, Home of Gene Simmons and His Cajun Friends. Goin' Back to Memphis. Jumpin' Gene Simmons. Greatest Hits from Memphis. Rockabilly All Night.
Producer – Gene Simmons, Sean Delaney. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Gene Simmons. Written-By – Gene Simmons (tracks: 1 to 10). Notes. Originally released on vinyl in 1978.
Album Name Gene Simmons. Erscheinungsdatum September 1978. Labels Mercury Records Casablanca Vogue. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen167. 2. Burning Up with Fever.
Most Kiss fans associate Gene Simmons with the band's hardest-rocking compositions; after all, he's responsible for such heavies as "Watchin' You," "Calling Dr. Love," "Larger Than Life," and "Goin' Blind. So many Kiss fans must have been surprised when they heard Gene's diverse 1978 solo album, with songs that contained choirs and string arrangements, plus elements of Beatles pop, '70s funk/disco, and feel-good rock & roll.
Gene Simmons believes Kiss could head into the studio to record their next album as soon as 2016. It will happen when we have time," he cautioned when the subject of a new LP was raised during a recent interview. I have music in me that needs to come out. I recently wrote a song called 'Your Wish Is My Command. I’m glad about that," Simmons added, pointing out that he doesn't "have the energy" to show up to the studio every day and give new music the hands-on effort it requires. Paul doesn’t have so many other things in his life that demand attention, so he can concentrate fully on the project. Before they can start thinking about another album, though, Kiss have to clear their tour schedule, which Simmons says will take them until the end of the year - and closer to the inevitable day that they really will have to mount a farewell tour.
Gene Simmons Radioactive 1978 ( Marcelo Ramirez ). Комментарии. This album sounds like a person with a stomach virus. Shit Shit & a whole lot more Shit. The runny stinky kind of shit that is know as Gene Simpleton. holy shit I remember when I was a kid I played this on my record player in my bedroom.