The 5 KISS Songs with the Bitchin’-est Guitar Riffs

"Rock and Roll All Nite" (1975):  The anthem that emerged due to pressure from a record label, inspiring guitar enthusiasts with its catchy, sing-along bluesy chords.

"Detroit Rock City" (1976):  A tribute to KISS's Detroit fans, it features an unforgettable guitar riff and a tragic backstory, setting the tone for the album.

"God of Thunder" (1976):  The signature song of Gene Simmons, featuring a repetitive, bass-heavy guitar riff that became iconic during KISS concerts.

"Love Gun" (1977): Known for its risqué theme and Stanley's spectacular aerial performance, it's quintessential KISS with its staccato guitar and powerful chords.

"I Was Made for Lovin' You" (1979): A surprising disco-influenced hit that showed KISS's versatility and commercial success, reaching No. 11 on Billboard's Hot 100. KISS kept it simple but made a lasting impact with their riffs.