In the further adventures of my box full of vinyl, there was yet another Kiss collectible included that I cherish deeply. It was a 33 1/3 Vinyl Single in support of their tour for the 1976 Destroyer Tour. I believe the album was released to radio stations for promo and not available for resale. I actually know it was not available for resale because it says it on the Label of the album.
The album jacket actually says “Not For Resale”, but has been removed from my cover…very strange. The person that removed it was very careful and didn’t cut fully through the front cover…see below.
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Another 45″ Single in my box of vinyl was a single from the Kiss album ‘Destroyer’. The album ‘Destroyer’ is my favorite Kiss album (click the link to see the others). The song was “Flaming Youth” and it was only a promotional single and not intended for resale. How we ended up with it or where we got it, I am not sure.
The B-Side of the single is also “Flaming Youth” which I find interesting because the true B-Side of the Single released for the album was “God of Thunder”. Both sides of the disc say Side A. Maybe I have a nice collectors piece…if so, I wish it was in better shape.
There were some interesting facts on Wikipedia such as the following:
“Flaming Youth“…was the first Kiss single to feature a picture sleeve. The single reached number 72 in the U.S. and 73 in Canada.
And it was also interesting to read how the song was brought together…
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