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Music: Music From The Elder
Music from "The Elder" is the ninth studio album released by the American rock band KISS. It was an attempt at a Progressive Rock Concept Album that came out around the time when the band's fortunes were slipping following the releases of the four solo albums, Dynasty, and Unmasked, and after the replacement of drummer Peter Criss with Eric Carr. The album would cause the band to eventually replace lead guitarist Ace Frehley with Vinnie Vincent in 1983, as Ace only contributed to a few tracks on the album. Ace wanted to create a much harder rock album, but was outvoted by the band's two other founding members and Eric Carr had no say in the matter. It is considered an Old Shame by the band as very few songs from the album were ever performed live by the band.

Track list

Original 1981 album release:
  1. "The Oath"
  2. "Fanfare"
  3. "Just A Boy"
  4. "Dark Light"
  5. "Only You"
  6. "Under The Rose"
  7. "A World Without Heroes"
  8. "Mr. Blackwell"
  9. "Escape From The Island"
  10. "Odyssey"
  11. "I"
1997 CD remaster:
  1. "Fanfare"
  2. "Just A Boy"
  3. "Odyssey"
  4. "Only You"
  5. "Under The Rose"
  6. "Dark Light"
  7. "A World Without Heroes"
  8. "The Oath"
  9. "Mr. Blackwell"
  10. "Escape From The Island"
  11. "I"

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