Peter Criss, is an American musician best known as the original drummer for the rock band Kiss. Criss was the "Catman" of Kiss. Criss was involved with a number of bands throughout the mid-to-late 1960s. It was during this time that Criss joined Chelsea, who had a two-album deal with Decca Records; the group released a self-titled album in 1970. They never recorded a second album, and in August 1971 became Lips (a trio consisting of Criss and his Chelsea bandmates Michael Benvenga and Stan Penridge). By the spring of 1973, Lips was just the duo of Criss and Penridge.
01 Affection (Barracudas, 1966) 02 It's Been So Long (Barracudas, 1966) 03 Chicken (Barracudas, 1967) 04 No Use (Barracudas, 1967) 05 Respect (Sounds Of Soul, 1967) 06 Since I Fell For You (Sounds Of Soul, 1967) 07 My Girl (Sounds Of Soul, 1967) 08 What Is A Man (The Vintage, 1969) 09 Heaven In The Stars Above (Chelsea Demo, 1971) 10 Run Mr. Greene (Chelsea Demo, 1971) 11 You Make Me Feel (Chelsea Demo, 1971) 12 Beck (Lips Demo, 1972) 13 Baby, Don't You Let Me Down (Lips Demo, 1972) 15 Hooked On Rock And Roll (Lips Demo, 1972) 16 Don't Let The Blues Surround You (Lips Demo, 1972) 17 That's The Kind Of Sugar Papa Likes (Lips Demo, 1972)