Kiss – Rock And Roll Over – USA IMPORT – NBLP-87037


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Condition: Good

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“This USA IMPORT cart is in great condition. The front label is complete with some bubbling. Back and spine labels are also complete although the whiteness looks slightly dirty from age and use. Please check the photos.” Read lessabout the seller notes

Artist: Kiss
Type: Album
Format: 8-Track Cartridge
Record Label: Casablanca Records
Release Year: 1976
Release Title: Rock And Roll Over
Genre: Rock

PLEASE NOTE: As this item has been obtained overseas, there is a possibility that the tape may have become loose from the spool in transit.
If you choose our service option, we would check this and correct the issue for you.
If you purchase directly and do not check the tape inside before playback, you will risk damaging the tape and no refund will be available.

All 8 tracks are pre-loved (used) and are sold “as is”.

We do offer a “service cart” option or you can add additional spare parts if you wish to service the cart yourself.

It is highly recommended that all 8 tracks have replacement pads, a new foil splice and internal cleaning done before use.

The foam pads inside are very old (over 40 years) and would have deteriorated, even if the cart is sealed and has never been used. can not be held responsible if the tape or player become damaged if this procedure is not carried out on your 8 track tape purchase.

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Rock and Roll Over is the sixth studio album by American hard rock band Kiss, released on November 11, 1976. The album was a return to the band’s raw hard rock sound after the more experimental Destroyer album. It was produced by Eddie Kramer, who had also produced the band’s previous album, Alive!.

The album was a commercial success, reaching number 3 on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States. It spawned two hit singles, “Calling Dr. Love” and “Hard Luck Woman”.

Critical reception for Rock and Roll Over was generally positive. Many critics praised the album’s return to the band’s roots, while others found it to be a bit too formulaic. However, most agreed that the album was a solid effort from Kiss.


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