- "I Want You" (3:04)
- "Take Me" (2:56)
- "Calling Dr. Love" (3:44)
- "Ladies Room" (3:27)
- "Baby Driver" (3:40)
- "Love 'Em and Leave 'Em" (3:47)
- "Mr. Speed" (3:18)
- "See You in Your Dreams" (2:34)
- "Hard Luck Woman" (3:34)
- "Makin' Love" (3:14)
- Peter Criss - drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals
- Ace Frehley - guitar, vocals
- Gene Simmons - lead vocals, bass
- Paul Stanley - lead vocals, guitar
Calling Dr. Tropes
- Album Cover Designer: Michael Doret, who would later design the cover for Sonic Boom.
- Alliterative Title: "Love 'Em And Leave 'Em"
- Cover Version: "See You In Your Dreams" becomes one on Gene Simmons' 1978 solo album.
- Design Student's Orgasm/Face on the Cover: The cover image.
- Intercourse with You: "I Want You", "Take Me", "Calling Dr. Love", "Love 'Em And Leave 'Em", "Makin' Love"
- Intimate Healing: "Calling Dr. Love"
- "I Want" Song: "I Want You"
- One-Woman Song: "Hard Luck Woman"
- Record Producer: Eddie Kramer
- Shout-Out: Has one in the movie Monsters University.
- Trust Me, I'm a Doctor: The song "Calling Dr. Love" may qualify:So as you please get on your knees
There are no bills, there are no fees
Baby, I know what your problem is
The first step of the cure is... a kiss
- What Could Have Been: The record was originally supposed to feature a song called "Queen For A Day", which would have been Ace Frehley's lead vocal debut. The song was cut at the last minute and not released until their box set came out.