Kiss - “Beth” - Destroyer. Peter Criss kills this vocal.
The first recording I ever purchased was Kiss’ Rock And Roll Over in the summer of 1978. I knew I wanted a Kiss record and this was the most colorful one. It was a cassette actually, and it cost me $6.98 at K-Mart. I remember the cassette very clearly as it had a white case with a yellow sticker. I was in my basement the first time I pressed play on it. The studio version of “Calling Dr. Love” was especially catchy along with “Mr. Speed”, not that an 8 year old kid would know what either song was about. The first vinyl I ever purchased was Kiss Alive II, a double album. It took a while for me to save enough money to eventually buy Kiss Alive I which was the most expensive Kiss album at the time.