Today is the 39th anniversary of KISS’ Unmasked album. It wasn’t well-received and I think it’s grossly misunderstood. If you take away the KISS aspect, it’s a really good pop album. One of my favorite tunes on the album is “Naked City” and this is a cover from one of the KAOL (KISS Army OnLine) albums that showed up in the mid- to late-90s. It’s all instrumental, I believe we have lost the young lady who did the song. But, enjoy this version!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Street vampires in the night. Young lovers and love at first sight. This is my flesh and my fantasy. Older women with younger men. I’ve got a feelin’ I’m in trouble again. But I’ve got to live my destiny. In the naked city, it’s a race with the devil. All the pain and the sorrow. Is there more tomorrow? In the naked, naked city.” – “Naked City” (Simmons/Poncia/Kulick/Castro)