To celebrate Kiss’ upcoming 40th anniversary, the band has decided to pay tribute to their early years by releasing the 29 singles that were recorded for Casablanca Records from 1974-1982. The box sets will come in two limited edition configurations – a box set of 29 CDs or 7-inch vinyl.
“Even I haven’t heard some of this stuff, but this is all part of our master plan to celebrate Kiss at this milestone in our careers,” says Gene Simmons. “This box set represents us at the very beginning of our career, and documents the band’s early success and subsequent growth.”
One lucky winner will receive: One (1) Kiss: The Casablanca Singles prize pack, which includes the limited edition vinyl version and CD version. The vinyl set is housed in a die-cut shadow box and includes 29 remastered singles on 7-inch 45 rpm and singles from all four solo albums on colored vinyl with a mask for each band member. The CD version is housed in a die-cut shadow box and includes 29 remastered singles on CD and singles from all four solo albums with a mask for each band member. Both sets include 26 collectable picture sleeves from original single releases around the world and a booklet describing the development of each single represented in the package.
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