The Casablanca Singles [29 CD Single]
In 1973, Kiss signed it's first record deal with the newly-formed Casablanca Records. Kiss was the first band signed to the upstart label, which helped launch the success of the hottest band in the world. After seeing Kiss play a showcase concert at Le Tangs ballet studio, Casablanca founder Neil Bogart quickly offered Kiss a record contract. From 1974 to 1982, Casablanca Records released 29 Kiss singles on 45 RPM records. These singles were released for sale to the public, used for commercial radio airplay and to promote album sales. In many cases, as a bonus to the fans who already owned the record albums, many of these singles featured entirely different mixes, edits, and material that did not appear on any album. These musical snapshots of Kiss formative years have never been released in a commemorative singles edition until now. Out of the 29 singles featured in the box-set, there are 26 highly collectable picture sleeves from original single releases around the world and a 36 page booklet with unreleased photos plus track annotations by Keith Leroux, Captain of KISSOnline.com, and Jill Cataldo.
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