|A1||Tonight You Belong To Me|
|A3||Ain't Quite Right|
|A4||Wouldn't You Like To Know Me|
|A5||Take Me Away (Together As One)|
|B2||Hold Me, Touch Me|
|B3||Love In Chains|
|NBLP 7123||Kiss, Paul Stanley||Kiss, Paul Stanley - Paul Stanley (LP, Album)||Casablanca||NBLP 7123||US||1978|
|422 826-915-4 M-1, NBL5 7123||Kiss, Paul Stanley||Kiss, Paul Stanley - Paul Stanley (Cass, Album, Dol)||Casablanca, Casablanca||422 826-915-4 M-1, NBL5 7123||US||1988|
|532 387-2||Paul Stanley||Kiss: Paul Stanley (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Mercury, Casablanca||532 387-2||Europe||Unknown|
|NBLP 57123||Kiss||Paul Stanley (Cass, Album)||Casablanca||NBLP 57123||Sweden||1978|
|314 532 387-2||Kiss, Paul Stanley||Kiss, Paul Stanley - Paul Stanley (CD, Album, Club, RE, RM)||Mercury, Casablanca||314 532 387-2||US||1997|
Paul Stanley is a 1978 solo album from Paul Stanley, the rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist of American hard rock band Kiss. It was one of four solo albums released by the members of Kiss on September 18, 1978. It is the only album of the four Kiss solo albums to feature all original songs, as Simmons, Criss and Frehley each recorded one cover song on their albums.
SOUL STATION ALBUM VOCALS yesterday. Classic old tunes and new. This is really AWESOME. TEN THOUSAND hardcovers, over FIVE HUNDRED ebooks and SEVEN HUNDRED audiobooks of BACKSTAGE PASS sold the first week. THANK YOU and if you don’t already have it, pick it up. I wrote it for you. Book, Message from Paul. Photos: backstage pass los angeles signing.
Album Name Paul Stanley. Erscheinungsdatum September 1978. Labels Mercury Records Casablanca Vogue. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen164. 1. Tonight You Belong to Me. 04:39.
Stanley Eisen (born January 20, 1952 in Queens, New York) known by his stage name Paul Stanley known as the Starchild. is the rhythm guitarist, frontman lead song writer of KISS.
Paul Stanley said a new Kiss album had him thinking in terms of a built-in letdown, and that he’d rather record a third solo LP instead. His self-titled solo debut in 1978 was followed by 2006’s Live to Win, while Kiss’s most recent full-length release was 2012’s Monster. It’s not impossible, Stanley said of solo work in a new interview with SiriusXM. That, to me, in some ways, is more interesting than another Kiss album – although I wouldn’t mind doing a few Kiss songs. But the idea of doing another album, I don’t know. It seems kind of a built-in letdown