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Well this is all about KISS come here and chat and show pics/vids you have if you have been too!

Here is a Ace Frehley Fan Club i have made hopefully it can grow!

http://groups.ultimate-guitar.com/acefrehleyisthebest/

just click join and also there is a KISS nation one there too link below!

http://groups.ultimate-guitar.com/kiss_nation/

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1. No advertising of other bands

2. Report all bashing, spam anything in this thread immediatley

3. No Flaming others only if they flamed KISS

4. Have fun sharing experiances about KISS

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GOT SOME PICS FROM MY FRIEND!









thats all folks!

EDIT: sorry about the pics but better be able to see them then not being able to eh?

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the other thread was better
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i know but i hated the name and i got a few people saying make a new thread but anyway hopefully it gets big

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Phillipa C.
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alright then.. let's see what we can do. top 5 Kiss songs!


1. Detroit rock city
2. Deuce
3. Black diamond
4. 100,000 years
5. Watchin you
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^ SeanTheBaptist, take your childish bashing elsewhere. That goes for all non-KISS fans as well. I'll report anybody from now on.

Yeah, I'm a huge KISS fan. Loved them since their first record back in '74. Can't explain why though.

My top five is at the moment:
1. Domino (Revenge)
2. I Stole Your Love (Love Gun)
3. Charisma (Dynasty)
4. 100,000 Years (Alive! version)
5. Rocket Ride (Alive II Side Four)

A bit electic, Revenge is a really underrated album. I suggest anybody that hasn't heard it to hear it. Buy it, download it, steal it, whatever works.
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The Elder is way underrated. Sure it's got a couple of stinkers (Odyssey, Just a boy) but it's got some outstanding songs too: The oath, Under the rose, Only you. Only you is, in fact, brilliant. Gene could really sing well when he wanted to; when he wasn't barking out hell and fury!
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I like God of Thunder but I just like the fact that Gene Simmons copyrighted the dollar sign ($ - just in case any of you didn't know...) so everytime it's used in Government documents and such like, they owe him money...

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I like God of Thunder but I just like the fact that Gene Simmons copyrighted the dollar sign ($ - just in case any of you didn't know...) so everytime it's used in Government documents and such like, they owe him money...

Pwned?


He copyrighted the money bag logo NOT the actual dollar sign.
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Quote by Phillipa C.
The Elder is way underrated. Sure it's got a couple of stinkers (Odyssey, Just a boy) but it's got some outstanding songs too: The oath, Under the rose, Only you. Only you is, in fact, brilliant. Gene could really sing well when he wanted to; when he wasn't barking out hell and fury!

I don't know really, I think I'd have rather heard The Elder from Rush or Triumph. Never KISS.
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I don't know really, I think I'd have rather heard The Elder from Rush or Triumph. Never KISS.



great songs are still great songs, doesn't matter who's singing them.
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Best Kiss Tunes - Top 25:

100,000 Years (Alive version)
Burn B1tch Burn
Hotter Than Hell
Firehouse
Got To Choose
Parasite
Watchin' You
Detroit Rock City
I Want You
Dr. Love
Love Gun
Hooligan
Creatures Of The Night
I Love It Loud
Not For The Innocent
Young And Wasted
All Hell's Breakin' Loose
Into The Fire
Heaven's On Fire (simple but kool)
Under The Gun
Tears Are Falling
I'm Alive
Duece
Strutter
Black Diamond
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just wanted to say ... I have Paul Stanleys Guitar yeah baby! But yeah KISS is the S**T
Sitting on the edge of nowhere.
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Quote by Phillipa C.
great songs are still great songs, doesn't matter who's singing them.

Maybe, but vocally Gene can't do progressive at all. Paul nailed his songs though.

Music Resource, glad to see Hooligan on your list! Such a forgotten song, one of my favourite Peter Criss tunes.
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Some people may flame me for this comment, but until someone pays my bills, I don't pay them much attention. Ace Frehley is the reason I picked up a guitar. I love Ace's playing, it's sounds good to me. Peter is also my favorite voice from Kiss. There's no way I could put the songs in any particular order or even narrow it down to 5, my choices change with the mood. Here are a few that will always be in rotation:

Nothin' To Lose (Love Peter's voice in this one)
Shock Me
Watchin' You
Goin' Blind
Hard Times
Charisma
Dr Love
Shout it Out Loud
God of Thunder
Hard Luck Woman
Deuce
Almost Human (I really love the music in this one)

What I find strange is that I'm not particularly crazy about Gene's voice, but gravitate more to his songs than Pauls. I think if Peter and Ace had more tunes, there'd be a tad less of Gene and more of them. I think Paul Stanley has one of the best voices in rock, but I don't care as much for his songs back in the day.

Now I didn't care as much for the 80's-mid 90's Kiss as the 70's Kiss, however, I still thought the 80's version was better than the other bands out at the time. Now I kinda flipped a bit and prefer Paul songs to Gene songs. In no particular order:

Let's Put the X in Sex
UHH All Night
Reason To Live
Thrills in the Night
Tears are Falling
Unholy
Everytime I Look at You
Forever
Hide Your Heart
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^ Since you seem to dig Gene songs, have you heard Domino off of Revenge? The studio version's alright but the Alive III version blows me away! Great riff as well.
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Favorites-

1 Love Gun (Stanley)
2 Tears are Falling (Stanley)
3 Creatures of the Night (Stanley)
4 Danger (Stanley)
5 Magic Touch (Stanley)
6 Little Caesar (Carr)
7 God Gave Rock and Roll to You II (Stanley)
8 I Love it Loud (Simmons)
9 New York Groove (Frehley)
10 Black Diamond (Criss)
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Favorite genre-

Hard Rock
Hair Metal
Classic Metal
J-Rock

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^ Little Caesar? Really? That's awesome!
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Maybe, but vocally Gene can't do progressive at all. Paul nailed his songs though.


but Paul's songs were disgraceful! Just a boy & Odyssey.... I'd like to see you put a positive spin on those tracks, other than he nailed his vocals

'Only you' is a class song.
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brandon lee wtf this is a KISS thread not a fu<k!ng kansas thread

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i thought the thread died i havnt looked at it for ages lol

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so kiss rules...
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bump

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Quote by Phillipa C.
but Paul's songs were disgraceful! Just a boy & Odyssey.... I'd like to see you put a positive spin on those tracks, other than he nailed his vocals

I'll give you that my friend. Odyssey is just a touch above bareable though, Just A Boy is the musical equivalent to a **** sandwich.

And um can I ask that everybody try and have a touch of maturity in this thread? No "bump" posts or nothing please?
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lol sorry yeah just a boy is ****

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but i was just saving my thread

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but i was just saving my thread

Oh grow up, if your threads worth living it'll stay alive. You aren't the only KISS fan in these parts.

...And stop double posting.
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Hmm. Alright here we go.

My friend introduced me to KISS. When I first talked to him about it, I was like "Na, it's alright." I bought a Queen CD a little after that, so I wanted to search for more music. So I asked my friend if I could borrow his KISS CDs and when I listened to them...it hit me like a ton of bricks.

I would say KISS, along with Queen, is probably the biggest influences on me for truly getting into the guitar and loving rock music.

I watched KISSology daily when I got it. Ace's playing was just....holy crap, and the theatrics just left me stunned.. Hopefully I'll get the other 2 sets and watch them.

I would say Destroyer is my favorite album, mainly for it's great tracks. God of Thunder sounds way better on Alive II though.

KISS will always be my favorite band until the day I die. Nothing can make me hate them for all they have shown me.
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Quote by InvaderTSN
Hmm. Alright here we go.

My friend introduced me to KISS. When I first talked to him about it, I was like "Na, it's alright." I bought a Queen CD a little after that, so I wanted to search for more music. So I asked my friend if I could borrow his KISS CDs and when I listened to them...it hit me like a ton of bricks.

I would say KISS, along with Queen, is probably the biggest influences on me for truly getting into the guitar and loving rock music.

I watched KISSology daily when I got it. Ace's playing was just....holy crap, and the theatrics just left me stunned.. Hopefully I'll get the other 2 sets and watch them.

I would say Destroyer is my favorite album, mainly for it's great tracks. God of Thunder sounds way better on Alive II though.

KISS will always be my favorite band until the day I die. Nothing can make me hate them for all they have shown me.


yeah ace's playing on kissology is amazing

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Oh grow up, if your threads worth living it'll stay alive. You aren't the only KISS fan in these parts.

...And stop double posting.

sorry

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Anyone see the Ally and AJ with Hannah Montana cover of RARAN yet?

Isn't she Billy Ray Cyrus' daughter or something? She covered RARAN? Oh god...
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Hopefully I'll get the other 2 sets and watch them.

Kissology III is amazing, II's alright.
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God of Thunder sounds way better on Alive II though.

Most of the songs do though, anybody else noticed?
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^Its quite terrible. I'd put it right up there alongside "The Oath"
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^ Since you seem to dig Gene songs, have you heard Domino off of Revenge? The studio version's alright but the Alive III version blows me away! Great riff as well.


I hate that it took me so long to reply to your post. I made two lengthy attempts and lost both before they posted.LOL! I do like Domino, but prefer the Unplugged version to Alive III and both to the studio version.

Being born in '71 and having a memory back to an early age and being into music at a very young age, I feel I grew up with Kiss. My two best friends, one which lived across the street and was two years older was a HUGE fan. I thought he was the best thing since sliced bread when he was 16 and I was 14. He drove me to school in the Kissmobile every morning. That brings back a memory, a good one.

Myself and those same two friends went to the first reunion tour in Apr '97, our wives gave us a boys night out. My very best friend of the two died of a brain tumor that June. He was still in med school and we didn't get to see each other as much, he came in for that concert and that is one of my last memories with him.

In the '86, a local college radio station used to play metal all Fri and Sat night. They had a vote and Kiss won so they played all Kiss only for these two nights. That was in the background the night my first serious girlfriend let me... 'Nother good memory.

Remember those record shops called Xanadu? Maybe a local flavor. When I was a freshman and not old enough to drive, the buddy two years older found me in the cafeteria and told me he had some inside info that Kiss would be at the Xanadu a town over to sign autographs. Radio wasn't going to announce it 'til 2:30 and their concert was that night. We skipped school at about 12:00 and hung out around the magazines until they started perusing around the store around 1:30. Acted like we just happened to be there and was surprised.LOL! Got Gene, Paul, Eric and Bruce's autograph. I remember the whole ride home we talked about how Gene and Pauls' receding hairline was WAY more noticeable in person and before they were concert ready.

Their music just brings back good memories!
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Bought The Elder on vinyl today. Sounds great! Heaps punchier than the cd.
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#39
so is anyone goin' to the upcoming tour? I've got tickets to the stockholm show 30th may (sold out 32.500 tickets in 25 minutes).

Never seen KISS live so it will be an amazing experience, been a fan since i was five (I'm nineteen now), my brother introduced me to KISS, the first song I've ever heard was Watchin' You from ALIVE! and it's still my favorite song.