Animalize was more successful than the previous Lick It Up, but that's only because its predecessor had accomplished the job of restoring the band's reputation among adolescents. While it followed the same pattern as Lick It Up, most of the songs were second-rate, with the noticeable exception of the smoldering "Heaven's on Fire."
Performance CreditsKiss Primary Artist
Paul Stanley Group Member
Eric Carr Group Member
Mark St. John Guitar,Background Vocals
Technical CreditsPaul Stanley Producer
Danny Goldberg Creative Consultant
Michael James Jackson Producer,Contributor
Chris Minto Engineer
Dave Wittman Engineer
Robert V. Conte Liner Notes,Redesign
Michael James Jackson Producer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Animalize based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Good straight up hard rock, Eric Carr shines on Ive Had Enough (Into the Fire)
i dedicate this album to eric carr and mark st. john and even the session guy that plays the bass while gene is away. this is screaming hard rock 80's style. i argued with my brother on who is the talented kiss member. ace, paul, gene, mark, peter, eric c., eric singer or bruce. he says it is gene and he is the richest guy and i don't like him. he makes a stupid reality show riding on ozzy's cotails. he makes books and disgusts people in public. ugh!. under the gun is so intense i want to use it in an action anime someday. woah!. paul bruns on all the songs and eric pounds his kit with power. why is that all action movies had to include dumb gangsta rap drivel? blech!. anyway i liked animalize. intense face kicking album. R.I.P. eric and mark. gene=idiot. ace=rocks. get it because you missed the 80's.