“I Was Made for Lovin’ You” is a song by the American hard rock band Kiss from their 1979 album Dynasty. This song was released as the A-side of the first single from the album, with “Hard Times” as the B-side.
As one of the band’s few singles to chart in the UK in the 1970s, the single topped out at No 50, and a longer 12-inch single was released alongside the shorter 7″ single. Live performances of the song have become a permanent feature of Kiss’s shows.
There was a disco style popular in the late 1970s that heavily influenced “I Was Made for Lovin’ You”. Apparently, the band’s members were in conflict with their producers, who wanted the band to adopt a more commercial sound. In response, the band argued that anyone could write lucrative disco songs within a short period of time. It is said that the demo was finished in mere hours after the bet.
The story is unproven, but Paul Stanley, who co-wrote the song with Desmond Child and Vini Poncia, has stated that the intent was to show how easy it was to write and record a disco hit. It was Simmons’ vocal part in the song that he always disliked, according to an interview he gave in 2018.
The track was not actually played by Peter Criss, despite appearing in the video and on the album cover. Since Criss was deemed unfit to play on most of Dynasty, session drummer Anton Fig stepped in. The bootleg audio recording of the song’s writing sessions features Stanley mentioning Criss’s name a couple of times, indicating that he was present during the arrangement. The rhythm guitar and bass guitar are played by Stanley, while the guitar solo is played by Frehley.
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