Thursday, September 3, 2009


According to, KISS ends a 10-year absence from Billboard's rock airplay charts, as 'Modern Day Delilah' debuts at #26 on the Heritage Rock survey (viewable every other week in the print issue of Billboard magazine). KISS' Billboard chart history dates back to April 20th, 1974, when it's self-titled set first appeared on the Billboard 200. The act will log its 33rd charting title following the October 6th release of the Walmart exclusive Sonic Boom, the band's first offering of new material this decade. KISS' last album, 1998's Psycho Circus, became its highest-charting on the Billboard 200 (#3) and produced its first airplay chart #1. The title cut led Heritage Rock for four weeks and Mainstream Rock for one frame.

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