Buy, Rent or Skip Nothin' to Lose: The Making of KISS - 1972-1975?

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Re: Nothin' to Lose: The Making of KISS - 1972-1975 (2013)
« on: November 05, 2013, 01:59:04 pm »
The other thing I forgot to talk about in the review has to do with 'uncensored' testimonials from those that contributed to the book. You would naturally expect that a book that is being overseen by Gene and Paul to be sanitized to make KISS look as good as possible. So, my hat is off for them for keeping it real and allowing those who saw KISS in the early days to 'tell it like it is' and that meant them saying what some would say is unflattering toward the band with regards to their 'gimmick, makeup and stage shows'. There are a handful of people that say that KISS were considered to be a joke band. I'm glad they left that stuff in there because I as a kid had to endure taunts for liking KISS and those were the kind of responses that were thrown at me.

One of the best responses to seeing KISS for the first time comes from Alice Cooper when he says "....what they need is a gimmick". Hahahaha! Priceless!!
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