You wanted the best and, in 1978, the best band in the land temporarily and amicably went their own ways to each record their own respective solo album which were released simultaneously in September of that year. Each member of Kiss imbued their album with their respective influences and musical sensibilities but what does Jake think of it? This time around, he's invited his buddy and fellow Geek Out co-host Sam to return on the show to briefly talk about each of them; four albums discussed here for the price of one!

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This week, Jake invites his friend Mike Dudolevitch of The Nuclears to talk about Kiss' sixth studio album, Love Gun! By 1977, Kiss were at the peak of their popularity selling out concerts all over the world, singles owning the radio, and their records going platinum and Love Gun certainly kept the hit parade going. Listen as the duo go over the album track-by-track and talk about their favorites!

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Jake is back to talk about greatest band in the land, Kiss! This time around, he's brought his brother Mick to talk about the band's fifth studio album, Rock and Roll Over! Listen as the Bozek Brothers talk their memories growing up with Kiss as they go over the album track-by-track including a ballad that Jake claims is greater than their highest-charting single, Beth!

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Jake returns to talk about another Kiss album track-by-track and this time he enlists Geek Out veteran co-host, Sam, to discuss Kiss' iconic fourth album, Destroyer! Fresh off the runaway success of their live album, Alive!, Kiss teamed up with Alice Cooper producer Bob Ezrin to capture the raw sound and energy of their live shows into a studio album. What resulted is the first Kiss album to go platinum upon its initial release and brought the band to new heights and new audiences with some of their most signature songs including their most commercially successful single of all time! Listen as the Geek Out duo deconstruct Destroyer!

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Jake is back to talk about Kiss' third studio album, Dressed to Kill, and he's brought his friend, Kyle, to go over the last record before Kiss really hit the big time. Listen as they discuss the album's production quality, the history (Kisstory?) behind some of the songs, and how they think the record holds up both musically and within the legacy of the self-proclaimed greatest band in the land as the album features a track that would go on to become Kiss' most widely recognized tune. Strap yourselves in for this month's latest Kisstory lesson!

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Jake is back to about the greatest band in the land, Kiss! While their debut album contains some all time Kiss classics, it failed to make waves initially on the charts. Kiss went immediately back to the studio and put out a follow-up...but does Jake think of their sophomore effort? Listen as Jake points out some key tracks, the production value of the album, and how the band progressed from their debut!

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Lifelong Kiss fan, Jake, begins his latest Geek Out miniseries with KISS My Podcast! a multi-episode look at the greatest band in Kisstory! This week, Jake looks back at the origins of the fearsome foursome and their 1974 self-titled debut album. While a lot of bands debuts and early material can be hit-or-miss, Jake and the Kiss army regard the band's first full-length album as a bonafide classic. Listen as he goes track-by-track revealing history and trivia about the album!

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