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Journey and Kiss Highlight 'Stranger Things' Season 4 Soundtrack

Journey, Kiss, Talking Heads and the Beach Boys are among the classic artists featured on the soundtrack to Stranger Things Season 4.Stranger Things: Soundtrack From the Netflix Series, Season 4, Volume I arrives today on all major digital streaming platforms. In addition to the aforementioned artists, Ricky Nelson, Kate Bush, the Cramps, Extreme and Dead or Alive also have songs in the set. A full track listing can be found below.The album’s […]

todayMay 27, 2022

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Gene Simmons Once Again Invites Ace Frehley to Join Kiss Onstage

Gene Simmons wished former Kiss bandmate and lead guitarist Ace Frehley a happy 71st birthday and once again invited him to join the band onstage during its ongoing End of the Road farewell tour."Happy Birthday, Ace. And many more," the singer and bassist tweeted. "The invitations still stand. Jump up onstage with us for encores. The fans would love it."The prospect of Frehley and original Kiss drummer Peter Criss joining Simmons and […]

todayApril 27, 2022 1

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Why Kiss' 'Creatures of the Night' Was Doomed to Fail

Thundering riffs, masterful songwriting and a hotshot new guitarist weren't enough to redeem Kiss' 1982 album Creatures of the Night. With their goodwill crumbled from three consecutive misfires, the band's strongest album in years was still doomed to fail.Kiss had spent the mid-'70s packing stadiums and releasing one hit album after another, but they were in dire straits by 1982. The face-painted rockers were hemorrhaging fans after the critical and commercial […]

todayApril 26, 2022

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Gene Simmons Still Insists Rock Is Dead but Can Survive Live

Gene Simmons repeated his famous assertion that “rock is dead” but provided an argument for how the live music scene could still survive.The Kiss cofounder made headlines with the soundbite in 2014, although it wasn’t the first time he expressed a similar viewpoint. The version of his explanation eight years ago became a standard topic of conversation among artists and observers and remains a staple of interview questions.“I stand by my […]

todayApril 14, 2022