Tomorrow (Kiss song)

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"Tomorrow"
Single by Kiss
from the album Unmasked
Released November 1, 1980
Format 7"
Recorded The Record Plant,
New York City: 1980
Genre Hard rock
Length 3:16
Label Casablanca NB-2299 AS (US)
Writer(s) Paul Stanley, Vini Poncia
Producer(s) Vini Poncia
Kiss singles chronology
"Talk to Me" / "Naked City"
(1980)
"Tomorrow" / "Naked City"
(1980)
"A World Without Heroes" / "Dark Light"
(1981)

"Tomorrow" is a song by the American hard rock band Kiss, released on their eighth studio album, Unmasked. It was released as the third single off the album on November 1, 1980. The song was never performed live.

Background[edit]

"Tomorrow" was written by the band's rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley and the album producer Vini Poncia. Although Gene Simmons is the bass guitarist in the band, Stanley played bass guitar on the track (he also played bass on "Easy As It Seems").[1] The song was in most countries released as third single, after "Shandi" and "Talk to Me", but in the U.S. it was released as second single ("Talk to Me" wasn't released there). It only managed to chart in Germany, reaching number 70.

Track listing[edit]

International single[edit]

Austrian and German single[edit]

  • A-side - "Tomorrow"
  • B-side - "Is That You?"

Mexican single EP[edit]

Side 1:

Side 2:

Personnel[edit]

Credited personnel[edit]

Uncredited personnel[edit]

  • Paul Stanley - bass guitar, lead and rhythm guitar
  • Anton Fig - drums

Charts[edit]

Country Chart (1980) Position
Germany Media Control Charts 70[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tomorrow song - KissFaq Wiki". Retrieved July 7, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Kiss Singles Chart History - KissFaq". Retrieved July 7, 2011. 

External links[edit]