"I Was Made For Lovin' You", KISS' second Gold single didn't even make it into the top-10!
Current US RIAA singles tally: 2 Gold Singles
Quick US facts:
Single with longest chart appearance: "Beth" (21 Weeks)
Single with shortest chart appearance: "Let's Put The X In Sex" (2 Weeks)
- means that the particular single wasn't released in that country either/or didn't chart. Hyperlinks should take you to mainstream week-by-week chart positions for that single.
I would eventually like to add Italy, and Japan to this list. Anyone?
· 1. MRT = Billboard's "Mainstream Rock Tracks" charts the "most-played songs on mainstream rock radio stations."
· Garth Brooks cover of "Hard Luck Woman," with KISS, reached #67 on the Country Charts!
· "I Was Made For Lovin' You" made it to #2 in South Africa.
· "Psycho Circus" charted in the national Australian charts for two weeks entering the charts at #22 on 9/27/98. The following week it dropped to #43, and then out of the charts completely; It was followed on 11/29 by "We Are One" which only managed one week on the charts;
· "I Was Made For Lovin' You" was reissued as a single in May 1997 in Germany, it was this single which would briefly chart as the band's tour headed back to Europe to culminate;
Quick "Thanks" to collaborators:
Thanks to René for contributing the Austrian (1979-) chart statistics; Thanks to Jamie for contributing the New Zealand chart statistics; Karl for additions to the German and for the Dutch charts; BrianJ for the Canadian charts; Thanks to Manno Jonsson for providing the complete Swedish chart statistics; Thanks to Scott Halvorsen for providing the complete Norwegian chart statistics, Swiss singles information 1980-, and the single South African chart position;
Kissin' Time (Single)
Released: May 1974