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1. KISS – Destroyer (1976) 

On the heels of the band’s breakthrough live album Alive!, KISS went into the studio with producer Bob Ezrin and made its masterpiece, Destroyer. Rock and roll snobs can’t deny that this album is pretty damn good and filled with unforgettable rockers like “Detroit Rock City,” “Shout It Out Loud” and “Do You Love Me?” as well as the smash hit ballad “Beth.” Even lesser-known songs like “King of the Night Time World,” “Flaming Youth” and “Sweet Pain” show the band at its best. Destroyer is an all-round rock and roll classic.

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