Universal Music Ireland Ltd.
Release date
10 May 1992
Running length
12 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Unholy 3:43 36,973
2 Take It Off 5:37 21,959
3 Tough Love 3:44 15,052
4 Spit 3:33 14,759
5 God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II 5:22 49,912
6 Domino 3:46 46,722
7 Heart Of Chrome 4:03 14,443
8 Thou Shalt Not 3:58 12,815
9 Every Time I Look At You 4:39 36,203
10 Paralyzed 4:15 12,068
11 I Just Wanna 4:21 26,811
12 Carr Jam 1981 2:45 13,238

About this album

Revenge is a studio album by Kiss, released in 1992. It was the band’s first album after the death of long-time drummer Eric Carr in November 1991. His replacement, Eric Singer, had played with Lita Ford, Black Sabbath, Badlands, Brian May, Alice Cooper, and Paul Stanley’s 1989 solo club tour before joining Kiss.

The album was dedicated to Carr, and the last track (“Carr Jam 1981”) was a demo he had recorded soon after joining the group. One modification to the song, however, was the dubbing of Bruce Kulick’s guitar over Ace Frehley’s, which originally appeared. The main riff of the song was used as the basis for the Frehley’s Comet song “Breakout,” found on 1987’s Frehley’s Comet.

For Revenge, Kiss re-established ties with a pair of old associates—producer Bob Ezrin and guitarist/songwriter Vinnie Vincent. Ezrin had last worked with the group on 1981’s ill-fated concept album, Music from “The Elder”. Prior to that, he produced the band’s highly successful Destroyer album in 1976.

Vincent, who in December 1982 had replaced original guitarist Ace Frehley, was fired from Kiss at the conclusion of their Lick It Up tour in March 1984, for reasons that have never been fully explained. Vincent received co-writing credit for three songs on Revenge.

Despite its presence as a single, “God Gave Rock ‘n’ Roll to You II” (a cover version of an Argent song) never charted in the United States, although it reached #4 in the United Kingdom. The song, originally recorded for the soundtrack to Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, appears here in a remixed form and was the last Kiss song to feature a performance by Eric Carr. Carr, too ill to play drums on the song, provided background vocals.

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  • Camusland

    One of their finest releases ever

    21 Jun 2014 Reply
  • Steambull

    Damn good. Bruce Kulick really came through here!

    9 Apr 2013 Reply
  • Re-Kramer

    This is one of the Kiss' finest!

    3 Jan 2013 Reply
  • WarriorJones


    16 May 2012 Reply
  • lorenzog

    this album is like the love child of white zombie and queen

    25 Apr 2012 Reply
  • IronPenguin

    At the time, this was their best release since the 70s IMO. Hell, it still is!

    25 Sep 2011 Reply
  • rok2slayr

    Very different from previous work but yet it's just as amazing as the 70s work.

    15 Mar 2011 Reply
  • LukasCOF

    Heavy album, but still KISS. Magic album 10/10

    9 Dec 2010 Reply
  • PATMAN2288

    this album kicks so much ass, its fucking ricockules

    26 Sep 2010 Reply
  • AsierZizur

    a very heavy album by KISS!!! really good.

    20 May 2010 Reply
  • DavCnuk

    Killer of their best!

    26 Mar 2010 Reply
  • theshadowboxer

    Great tracks, amazing guitar work by Bruce Kulick ...and the rest of the band firing at full power on all cylinders... This was a great era for KISS albeit after the sad death of Eric Carr.

    26 Mar 2010 Reply

    Uno de los discos mas duros de Kiss "Revenge"_

    23 Mar 2010 Reply
  • anesthetize666

    KISS at their absolute best. It's a real shame they don't play more songs from it these days.

    22 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Dum_Dum_Boy

    Underrated as hell. Great album!

    23 Aug 2009 Reply
  • Samson11

    Great heavy metal!

    12 Aug 2009 Reply
  • FreakinSweet86

    This album is epic! Unholy, Domino ,God Gave Rock and Roll To You, Every Time I Look At You and Spit are my faves. I liked their 80's sound but the 70's and this album just seemed...better.

    11 May 2009 Reply
  • LouDogJones

    I can play this album over and over again and never get tired of it all because each member gets to punch or belt out their individual attitude , especially Gene on Domino !

    11 Apr 2009 Reply
  • BLOOD1975

    One of the best songs of all-time (not only KISS)

    8 Apr 2009 Reply
  • sakuraharrows

    A harder sound of KISS at the time, I grew up listening to this album. I still love it today, especially 'Unholy'.

    11 Mar 2009 Reply
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