Released on March 15, 1976, Kiss’ ‘Destroyer’ found producer Bob Ezrin at his too-busy worst. Kiss is (or it should be) too visceral for that.
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The Who’s Pete Townshend admits that Kiss’ on-stage garb baffled him, at least to begin with.
Eric Singer also notes that the current lineup has lasted longer than any other.
“Can you name me one superstar act these days?” he says. “You can’t.”
“We were so full of ourselves,” he says, “that we forgot why we started making music.”
‘The next one will be much more guitar-driven': Kiss’ Paul Stanley eyes solo follow up to Live to Win
Stanley actually toured his most recent solo album with the house band from CBS’s ‘Rock Star.’
Did an attempt to turn his hair silver for Kiss’ debut album have disastrous results?
Paul Stanley acknowledges that Kiss’ 1990s reunion with Ace Frehley and Peter Criss helped the band roar into a new century, despite the subsequent rifts. Also, that his issues with Gene Simmons were greater perhaps than anyone knew.
There was the long wait, the belated nomination, the vicious back biting and the surprisingly gracious induction. Now that Kiss is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, however, it’s time for Ace Frehley to get back to work on a solo album.
Gimme Five: Hits uncharacteristic of the bands that made ’em (KISS, Queen, The Pointer Sisters, The Hollies, Bread)
They’re objects of music chart intrigue: those left field hits, songs that aren’t really typical of the bands who recorded them and become hits, anyway.