- "Got To Choose"
- "Goin' Blind"
- "Hotter Than Hell"
- "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll"
- "All The Way"
- "Watchin' You"
- "Comin' Home"
- "Strange Ways"
- Paul Stanley vocals, rhythm guitar
- Ace Frehley lead guitar, bass guitar on "Parasite", backing vocals on "Parasite", "Comin' Home" and "Strange Ways"
- Gene Simmons vocals, bass guitar
- Peter Criss vocals, drums, percussion
Let me trope, rock 'n' roll.
- Album Cover Designer: John Van Hamersveld.
- Album Title Drop: "Hotter Than Hell" in the Title Track.
- Cover Song: "Parasite" would be covered by its original composer Ace Frehley on his solo album Origins, Vol. 1
- Face on the Cover: All four members of KISS, dressed in Japanese-influenced costumes. The back cover had a single face made up of various elements of the band members' individual makeup jobs.
- Gratuitous Japanese: The cover of this album had these.
- Groove Metal: "Parasite" is cited as the first prototypical groove metal track. Fittingly enough, Dimebag Darrell, of Music/Pantera was a massive Ace Frehley devotee.
- Bilingual Bonus: The Japanese in the top-right corner (地獄のさけび, or Jigoku no Sakebi) translates as "Hell's shout" or "The shout of hell".
- "Blind Idiot" Translation: On the other hand, the members' names are a little... off. In particular, Frehley's name being rendered as エイス フューリ (Ace Fury) instead of エースフレーリー.
- Heavy Meta: "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll".
- Intercourse with You: "Hotter Than Hell" is about a guy lusting after a married woman. Also "Mainline".
- MayDecember Romance: "Goin' Blind" details a doomed romance between a 93-year-old and an underage girl.
- One-Word Title: "Parasite" and "Mainline".
- Record Producer: Kenny Kerner, Richie Wise.
- Step Up to the Microphone: Peter Criss on "Mainline" and "Strange Ways".
- Title Track: "Hotter Than Hell".