You have voted! In our September poll you have voted for the Top 5 Studio Albums by KISS. And here`s the results - album details borrowed from KISSFaq:
1. "Destroyer" (98 votes)
Produced by Bob Ezrin. Recorded at Record Plant Studios, New York City, NY, from September 1975 to February 1976. Engineered and mixed by Jay Messina and Corky Stasiak. Orchestration on “Great Expectations” and “Beth” arranged and conducted by Bob Ezrin and H.A. MacMillan. The Brooklyn Boys Choir was brought in to record some backing-vocals, notably on A4. Bob’s sons, David and Josh Ezrin, provided the children’s voices on “God Of Thunder.”
2. "Creatures of the Night" (72 votes)
Produced by Michael James Jackson, Paul Stanley & Gene Simmons. Recorded at The Record Plant Studios, Los Angeles, CA, July - September 1982 by Dave Wittman. Drums recorded at Record One Studios, Los Angeles, CA, July 1982 by Niko Bolas and Rich Bosworth. Additional engineering by Ricky Delano, Kevin Eddy and David Blanco. Mixed at The Power Station Studios, New York City, NY, by Bob Clearmountain and Gene Simmons. There are actually three different covers to the album: The first is the original, the second in the 1985 reissue featuring Bruce, and the third is the Remaster, which has a slight variation in the logo and lettering...
3. "Rock and Roll Over" (68 votes)
Produced by Eddie Kramer. Recorded live-in-the-studio at Star Theatre, Naunet, NY, September 1976. Engineered and mixed by Eddie Kramer and Corky Stasiak at The Record Plant Studios, New York City, NY. Includes sticker and merchandise form. First Japanese release has a gatefold cover. Argentine and Mexican releases have different covers. See also 30 Anos & Con Todo which are RARO with different covers. Some initial US printings of the cover exclude Corky's credit from the rear cover.
4. "Love Gun" (66 votes)
Produced by KISS and Eddie Kramer. Recorded at the Record Plant Studios, New York City, NY, during May 1977. Engineered and mixed by Eddie Kramer and Corky Stasiak. Some copies of the album have a misspelling of Ace’s surname. Aerosmith’s producer, Jack Douglas, was considered to produce this album prior to Eddie committing to the project.
5. "KISS" (64 votes)
Produced by Kenny Kerner and Richie Wise. Recorded at Bell Sound Studios, New York City, NY, October-December, 1973 except "Kissin` Time" recorded April 1974. Engineered and mixed by Warren Dewey at Bell Sound Studios. Recordings were 16 tracks.