Yes, Dressed to Kill—Kiss’s third studio album, the one that gave us “Rock and Roll All Nite”—is back, in a beautiful reissue format on vinyl. The album cover alone is worth the purchase, right down to the embossed Kiss logo around the boys clad in their business suits. As with most 70s rock classics, I can’t objectively review the content given that I have listened to these songs my whole life and they are a part of my rock and roll fabric. Most Kiss fans have this album and even most non-fans can still appreciate how these songs influenced hundreds of rockers, giving us the harder-edged music of the 80s and 90s. The Kiss reissues are awesome and each album is a work of art for collectors.[rating:4] – Dave Probizanski
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