They were huge in Tuvalu, but New England is known these days mostly for an interesting footnote.
The photo accompanying this “Deep Cuts” gives you some idea of how seriously we used to take both our coffee and our sexism.
KISS’s sixth LP was the beginning of the end for the world’s biggest band. This was the last studio album recorded entirely by the original lineup, and the first featuring an Ace […]
By the time KISS Alive II was released in 1977, the mighty KISS machine was essentially a money press. In three and a half short years, Casablanca Records managed to stuff the […]
The publication of Paul Stanley’s memoir, Face the Music: A Life Exposed, completed the set: Each of KISS’s original four members has put his story out there. I’ve read them all, and […]
I’m an old fart, and I’ve been a music fan since I was a pup. I’ve seen it all, so it’s hard for a band to plaster a shit eating grin on […]
In rambling about The Beatles’ White Album I mentioned something along the lines of the band at that point being three great artists and Ringo off in separate corners making art. Coincidentally, […]