Reunited, and it rocks so good. Psycho Circus, the first album by KISS’ original members in two decades, sounds like it was recorded two decades ago — thank God: The choruses are so headbangingly huge and the guitars so overdubbed into excess you’d think they recorded the album in their makeup. This is rock with a capital R, captured in all its cheesy glory (who else would record a song called ”I Pledge Allegiance (to the State of Rock & Roll)”?). This new effort proves that in the circus of hard-rock dinosaurs, KISS remain its Barnum & Bailey. A-
Psycho Circus Reunited, and it rocks so good. Psycho Circus, the first album by KISS' original members in two decades, sounds like it was recorded...Psycho Circus Reunited, and it rocks so good. Psycho Circus, the first album by KISS' original members in two decades, sounds like it was recorded...1998-09-25
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Posted January 17 2015 — 9:14 AM EST
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