Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll
Originally titled "Baby, Let Me Go," this song was briefly re-titled "Rock 'N' Roll" before getting its final title. The song was also the only single (NB-823) issued in support of the "Hotter Than Hell" album, backed with the title track. It didn't chart, and the original "Blue Label" Bogart release of the single is probably the rarest single in the United States singles catalog. While the promotional stereo/mono issue is also extremely rare a 1976 "Filmworks" label reissue of the single can be found more easily. This song was performed at some of the earliest Kiss shows and was already a staple in the live set by the time it appeared on album.
© KissFAQ, From "Rock And Roll All Nite: The Music of Kiss" (Used with permission).