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* CallBack: In "Bang Bang You", Paul sings that he'll shoot you down with his "love gun".

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* AlliterativeTitle: "'''H'''ell Or '''H'''igh Water" and "'''G'''ood '''G'''irl '''G'''one Bad".

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''Crazy Nights'' is the 14th studio album from the American hard rock band Music/{{KISS}}, released in 1987.

!!Tracklist:
# "Crazy Crazy Nights"
# "I'll Fight Hell To Hold You"
# "Bang Bang You"
# "No, No, No"
# "Hell Or High Water"
# "My Way"
# "When Your Walls Come Down"
# "Reason To Live"
# "Good Girl Gone Bad"
# "Turn On The Night"
# "Thief In The Night"

!!Principal Members
* Paul Stanley - rhythm guitar, vocals, keyboards
* Gene Simmons - bass guitar, vocals
* Eric Carr - drums, percussion, backing vocals
* Bruce Kulick - lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals, bass guitar on "Hell or High Water"

!!''Crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy tropes.''
* AlbumTitleDrop: In "Crazy Crazy Nights".
* FaceOnTheCover: All four members of KISS through a fractured glass.
* NewSoundAlbum: Very influenced by AOR-keyboard rock.
* RecordProducer: Ron Nevison
* TitleTrack: ''Almost''. There's an extra "crazy" added to the title of the first song.

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