Destroyer Album - Rock And Roll Demons
This unlisted track, generally referred to as "Rock And Roll Party," closes the "Destroyer" album and is something of a teaser. It concludes the album with a bit of audio illustration similar to the storyline introduction of "Detroit Rock City." As was the case with the audio narrative and story in the introduction to "Detroit Rock City," this piece was the work of Bob Ezrin who spliced one of Paul’s raps from the "Alive!" album and looped it. He’d overlay aural effects from the choir on "Great Expectations." The title "Rock And Roll Demons" was used on the February test pressing of the LP at Sterling Sound.
There wasn’t much reasoning behind the creation of the piece. According to Bob Ezrin, "It was necessary to round off the experience if you were listening to the album from top to bottom and that you really needed something to close the book" (KISS Online w/ Bob Ezrin). Paul has also suggested that the piece was created because the album felt too short and "Bob was trying to think of a way to extend the album, because as good as it was, it was short... We needed to fill up the record" (Firehouse #58).