2021 NEW Kiss – Destroyer Pop! Album (All 4 Band Members)

Funko Pop! Deluxe Albums: Kiss – Destroyer with Glow-In-The-Dark (GITD) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Walmart Exclusive
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Funko is celebrating rock and roll music and the 45th Anniversary of the release of Destroyer with the Funko Pop! Deluxe Albums: Kiss – Destroyer with Glow-In-The-Dark (GITD) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Walmart Exclusive.

It features each band member as Pop figures and the album cover art packaged together in a hard protective case that can be hung on a wall. The Demon, The Starchild, The Spaceman, and The Catman Funko Pops! are ready to rock in our music collection.

Destroyer is celebrating its 45th Anniversary. It was initially released in 1976 and is considered one of the band’s essential albums.

It is the band’s first album to sell a million copies in its first year and holds the title of their best-selling studio album of all time.

The Walmart exclusive, Kiss – Destroyer GITD Funko Pop! Albums Vinyl Figures can be found at the links below (click to jump!)

Funko Pop! Deluxe Albums: Kiss – Destroyer with Glow-In-The-Dark (GITD) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Walmart Exclusive

Destroyer is the fourth studio album by American hard rock band Kiss, released on March 15, 1976, by Casablanca Records in the United States.

The album was recorded during September 3-6, 1975, at Electric Lady Studios and between January and February 1976 at Record Plant Studios in New York City with production by Bob Ezrin.

It was Kiss’s third consecutive album to reach the top 40 in the U.S. and the first to chart in Germany and New Zealand. It is considered Kiss’s most excellent classic by countless fans as well as critics.

Funko Pop! Deluxe Albums: Kiss – Destroyer with Glow-In-The-Dark (GITD) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Walmart Exclusive

The Walmart exclusive, Kiss – Destroyer GITD Funko Pop! Albums Vinyl Figures can be found at the links below (click to jump!)

The album marked the end of the rawest phase of Kiss’ sound, much explored on the first three albums. The first demo recorded during the sessions for Destroyer was entitled “Ain’t None of Your Business,” featuring Peter Criss on vocals.

The orchestrations incorporated into the heavy sound were the idea of producer Bob Ezrin, who thought that Kiss, to continue evolving musically, needed to take a step towards a more unlimited field in their compositions.

However, without giving up the heaviness, Kiss proved in Destroyer that they were a band capable of using new elements in their music, which only made them gain many new fans worldwide.

Destroyer features immortal Kiss classics such as “Detroit Rock City,” “Shout It Out Loud,” “Beth,” and “God of Thunder,” and was the decisive step for the band to stand out from the rest, assuming a place at the top in definitive within the history of heavy music.

The popularity obtained by the band was beyond expectations. Kiss mania can tell you that.

Funko Pop! Deluxe Albums: Kiss – Destroyer with Glow-In-The-Dark (GITD) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Walmart Exclusive

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