I Was Made for Lovin’ You entered the Kent Music Report on 9 July 1979 and peaked at #2.
From the Kiss album ‘Dynasty’
“I Was Made for Lovin’ You” draws heavily from the disco style that was popular in late-1970s United States. According to legend, the members of the band were in conflict with their producers, who wanted the band to shift to a more commercial sound. In response, the band argued that lucrative disco songs could be written by anyone in a short time frame. The story goes that the song’s demo was completed in mere hours after the bet.
Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Was_Made_for_Lovin’_You
“I hate playing that song today,” said Gene Simmons in the OK! interview. “Stadiums full of people jumping up and down like biblical locusts. They go nuts jumping up and down and I’m going, ‘Do, do, do, do, do, do, kill me now.’
Read more: www.nme.com/news/music/gene-simmons-hates-kiss-song-i-was-made-for-loving-you-2391435
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