History YMMV / KISS

3rd Jan '17 4:42:11 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BaseBreaker:
** Gene Simmons: is he the single [[RatedMForManly Manliest]], [[EvilIsCool coolest looking]] and most {{Badass}} and LeadBassist ''ever'', or a [[GreedyJew greedy]] [[ItsAllAboutMe megalomaniac]] [[RatedMForMoney who wastes his money]] [[TheMerch on everything he finds?]]

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* BaseBreaker:
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** Gene Simmons: is he the single [[RatedMForManly Manliest]], [[EvilIsCool coolest looking]] and most {{Badass}} badass and LeadBassist ''ever'', or a [[GreedyJew greedy]] [[ItsAllAboutMe megalomaniac]] [[RatedMForMoney who wastes his money]] [[TheMerch on everything he finds?]]
19th Nov '16 6:48:25 PM Doc_Loki
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* ExecutiveMeddling: One of the contributing factors to ''Music From "The Elder"'''s failure - the track order was meddled with by the studio to put the singles closer to the start. On any other KISS album, that might not have mattered, but on a ConceptAlbum, it made the storyline almost impossible to follow. (The correct track order was restored when the album was reissued on CD.)
28th Oct '16 3:16:04 PM AnotherGuy
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* UnpluggedVersion: "Hard Luck Woman" is one of the band's few acoustic guitar songs.

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* UnpluggedVersion: "Hard Luck Woman" is one of the band's few acoustic guitar songs.

28th Oct '16 3:15:51 PM AnotherGuy
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* UnpluggedVersion: "Hard Luck Woman" is one of the band's few acoustic guitar songs.
14th Jun '16 12:15:12 AM 3rdStringPG
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* BasedOnAGreatBigLie: Think "Beth" is drummer Peter Criss' step-it-up moment not just as a singer, but also as a songwriter? Paul Stanley doesn't think so. He has claimed that it was actually Criss' credited co-songwriter Stan Penridge who wrote it, justifying this by saying "Peter can't write a song, because Peter doesn't play an instrument." Naturally, Peter thinks this statement is nothing but BS.
14th May '16 10:25:42 AM youngbond007
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* ReplacementScrappy: Mostly averted with Eric Carr, but otherwise played straight for most part. Especially in regards to Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer using costumes/singing songs by Peter Criss and Ace Frehley.

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* ReplacementScrappy: Mostly averted with Eric Carr, but otherwise played straight for most part. Especially in regards to Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer using costumes/singing songs by Peter Criss and Ace Frehley. Not that the fans hate Singer/Thayer as people, but they hate how they wear the "Catman" and "Spaceman" makeup after Criss and Frehley departed.
14th May '16 12:00:29 AM youngbond007
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** The United Kingdom absolutely loved "Crazy Crazy Nights", being there highest charting hit over there at #4.

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** The United Kingdom absolutely loved "Crazy Crazy Nights", being there highest charting hit over there at #4. In fact, the U.K. is where Kiss saw the most success during the non-makeup years.
13th May '16 10:07:22 PM youngbond007
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** The United Kingdom absolutely loved "Crazy Crazy Nights", being there highest charting hit over there at #4.
13th May '16 5:35:38 PM youngbond007
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** Definitely the case for Stanley in the 80's when Simmons was more focused with his acting career and other outside pursuits.



* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Australia really likes ''Dynasty'' and ''Unmasked''.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Australia really likes ''Dynasty'' "Dynasty" and ''Unmasked''."Unmasked" is where many around the world thought Kiss jumped the shark. However, both albums are regarded as classics in Australia.



* SignatureSong: Quite a few. Best examples are "Rock and Roll All Nite", "Detroit Rock City", and "I Was Made For Loving You". For the non-makeup era, there is "Lick It Up", "Heaven's On Fire", and "Forever".

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* SignatureSong: Quite a few. Best examples are "Rock and Roll All Nite", "Detroit Rock City", and "I Was Made For Loving Lovin' You". For the non-makeup era, there is "Lick It Up", "Heaven's On Fire", and "Forever".
13th May '16 5:30:42 PM youngbond007
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* SignatureSong: "Rock and Roll All Nite", which almost always serves as the final encore at KISS concerts.

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* SignatureSong: Quite a few. Best examples are "Rock and Roll All Nite", which almost always serves as "Detroit Rock City", and "I Was Made For Loving You". For the final encore at KISS concerts.non-makeup era, there is "Lick It Up", "Heaven's On Fire", and "Forever".
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