Kiss’ ‘Love Gun’ Album Reportedly Getting Deluxe Edition Reissue
Kiss fans will soon be able to pull the trigger on an even bigger 'Love Gun.'
Universal Denmark has announced plans to reissue the band's 1977 release, adding a second disc of demos, live cuts and interviews to a newly remastered version of the original recording. The new package reportedly comes with liner notes written by Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott, who's obviously still feeling the buzz from the two bands spending time on the road together.
"The band’s sixth studio recording, 'Love Gun' was the first album to feature lead vocal performances from all four original band members, and the last studio album with the original Kiss lineup," enthuses the label's press release. "'Love Gun' has since gone on to sell more than four million copies worldwide."
The 'Love Gun' deluxe edition is scheduled to arrive in European stores on Oct. 28; as of this writing, it isn't known whether that release date applies to the U.S., or even whether Universal intends to carry over the reissue to the States. Check out the track listing below, and decide whether you'll be importing the record when it comes out.
'Love Gun' Deluxe Edition Track Listing
Disc One (original album)
'I Stole Your Love'
'Got Love for Sale'
'Tomorrow and Tonight'
'Then She Kissed Me'
Disc Two (bonus tracks)
'Much Too Soon' (Demo)
'Plaster Caster' (Demo)
'Love Gun' (Teaching Demo)
'Love Gun' (Demo)
Gene Simmons Interview (1977)
'Tomorrow and Tonight' (Demo)
'I Know Who You Are' (Demo)
'Love Gun' (Live in Largo, MD 1977)
'Christine Sixteen' (Live in Largo, MD 1977)
'Shock Me' (Live in Largo, MD 1977)