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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Jeu 6 Mar - 10:24

à l'ouest rien de nouveau..  Suspect 
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Sam 8 Mar - 20:25

Today's reading is from the gospel of the book of Peter, 19:327.

And Peter said:
When all was said & done & we were back home in New Jersey, I said to Gigi, "I can't do this anymore. I want nothing to do with these guys." Look at all the people they drove mad. Poor Eric Carr, the guy who first replaced me, was reduced to sitting in his hotel room naked with the blinds all drawn, drinking & refusing to come out. Bill Aucoin lost his whole empire on drugs. Sean went crazy. Howard Marks died a drunk. Neil Bogart died. They drove Mark St. John & Vinnie Vincent crazy. The list could go on & on. There was no way in hell that I would ever tour with those guys again.

The gospel according to Peter.
petites vacheries ( justifiée ou pas , faites vous votre idée) de PETER envers PAUL et GENE ......
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faut bien reconnaitre qu'il y a un fond de vérité..
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Mer 12 Mar - 19:47

In April, Stanley embarks on a book tour for his memoir "Face the Music: A Life Exposed"… The rocker talks why he finally put his life on paper, the inaccuracies of Gene Simmons' own book, and what actually went down with the Rock Hall of Fame




Few bands know how to celebrate better than Kiss; it coined the concept "rock and roll all night and party every day," after all. And this is a time of celebration for the group, with this year marking the 40th anniversary of its first two albums, the launch of the Arena Football League's L.A. Kiss  and its upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (though not without drama; read on) on April 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Best of all for frontman Paul Stanley is the April 8 publication of his autobiography "Face the Music: A Life Exposed," a revealing memoir in which he writes frankly about the travails of his youth and the triumphs and tribulations of both Kiss and his personal life.

Stanley lights out on a six-city book tour that begins April 7 at the Tribeca Barnes & Noble in New York with subsequent stops at the Barnes & Noble in Staten Island (April 8); Bookends in Ridgewood, N.J. (April 9); Barnes & Noble at The Grove in Los Angeles (April 16); Warwick's in La Jolla, Calif. (April 17); and the San Francisco Jewish Community Center on April 25.

With all that going on, it's not surprising our conversation with the Starman was wide-ranging and characteristically forthright.

You're the last of the original Kiss members with a book of your own. Just a slacker?
It really had nothing to do with the band as far as being first, last, middle. It wasn't with any of that in mind. The truth of the matter is I had sworn for, literally, decades not to write an autobiography. I always go back to George Orwell, who said the autobiography is the most outrageous form of fiction. And I would say 90-plus, 95 percent of the autobiographies by any of my contemporaries would be better suited on a roll of soft paper, so at least you could use it for something, 'cause they're nothing more than self-serving fantasies or delusions or love letters to themselves. They serve no purpose. What I finally came to grips with was the idea that my life could be inspiring to other people... and almost more importantly I wanted something that my children could read when they got older to understand what it took for me to succeed and a better understanding of who I am and perhaps what they need in their lives to move forward. So there was a real purpose to this as opposed to just some sort of bragging rights.

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That purpose being...?
I guess my book is about never quitting and about never losing sight of where you're going. Truly, obstacles are what you see when you lose sight of your goals. I've always been driven and, at my core, I've always been about my own survival and, for lack of a better word, how I can make it better. And certainly I couldn't have written this book if it didn't have a happy ending! (laughs)

There is a lot more struggle in your book, especially in your youth, than many would expect -- family dysfunction and especially the misshapen right ear and being deaf on that side. That's something you kept quite for decades. Why?
It was too painful. You can only reveal things and you can only deal with things when you're ready to. My experiences as a child were so debilitating and destructive that the best way for me to deal with my ear was to cover it and to, at least on the surface, ignore what was going on -- although that really wasn't an answer. Luckily, as an adult I found different ways to resolve some of those issues and also to find some surgical relief and modifications.

You go into depth about a lot of relationships, especially within the Kiss camp, but maybe the most fascinating is what you have to say about Gene. It seems very much like brothers -- obviously bonded, but not always happy with each other.
Oh, sure. Over the years that's been an ongoing theme in our relationship. There have been times where I've been very angry and resentful -- and I'm not saying momentarily. I'm saying for long periods of time. But time is the ultimate judge, and the fact that we've been together at this point for, my gosh, 44 years almost says volumes. We ARE brothers, and I know that in a pinch I can count on him and he knows the same, and that doesn't take away from the fact I think he's done some pretty crummy things. But that is because of who he is and his issues.

Did you read Gene's book, and the others'?
No. I read parts of Gene's book and I thought it was told from his point of view, but Gene puts himself in the epicenter of everything, and that might be because he's an only child. But that doesn't mean it's accurate. I want credit where credit is due, but I don't want credit for things I didn't do and I want to share the accolades with the people who make things possible, and I don't think (Simmons') book did that. So after reading some of it and having been present at much of what went on in that book, it just wasn't accurate so I didn't read it. In the case of Peter or Ace, there is a reason that defense attorneys don't put alcoholics or drug addicts on the witness stand; now, I'm not saying that they presently are, but that is a condition that lasts a lifetime. My point is that memories and recollections and the accuracy of people who were in altered states during much of what they purport happened is subject to question. And the small bits that a few people pointed out to me were absolutely outrageous to the point that I wondered if (Frehley and Criss) actually believed them.

So what actually went down with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and your decision not to play at the ceremony?
Oh, it starts decades go. That it's 14 years on (of eligibility) and we're getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a clear indication that the people who hide behind that moniker don't like us, but it reached a point where it was so absurd and ludicrous (to exclude Kiss) that they caved. But they're only going to induct the original four (members), and bringing up the idea of inducting members other than the original four...was shut down as a non-starter. It's a very valid argument considering that there are people who played on multi-platinum albums and played for millions of people and were very important for the continuation of the band. And clearly when you've got a busload of Gratefful Dead (members) who have been inducted and guys in the Chili Peppers who nobody knows who they are because they played on the very earliest albums are inducted, and when the original drummer of Rush, John Rutsey, who played on a classic album, isn't inducted. The list goes on and on of the inconsistencies. Now, I'm not pointing fingers at any of those people, but I'm certainly pointing a finger at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The only consistencies are inconsistencies and the rules clearly are there are no rules because the criteria for how and who gets in is purely based upon a personal like or dislike. And when I feel we're being treated unfairly, I have issues with that.

Any idea of why they're drawing such a hard line with Kiss?
Well, it's like them swallowing a teaspoon of medicine they don't want. It's a bitter pill for them to swallow, so they're making it as small as possible. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is kind of like a distortion of a bar mitzvah. Just 'cause I'm getting inducted doesn't mean this has turned into a love fest.

You could just play with the original four of you, of course.
They wanted the original four guys to play, in makeup. But, honestly, I don't want to roll the dice and possibly negatively impact on what I personally have been involved in building for 40 years. I have too much invested at this point. It really is a can of worms that I feel is better off left closed. So there's been a lot of issues, and perhaps the best way to deal with them is to celebrate the four original guys and go there and get our award and to look past the differences that will always be there. It doesn't change the big picture; we have differences and we will continue to have differences. It doesn't change who i want to play with and who represents Kiss. There are a lot of people who are great inspirations to me, and still are, who are in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and for that reason and the fact that fans want us in there, I graciously and vigorously will be there to accept the award. We should salute and enjoy an evening that celebrates what the four of us started. But there's always a lot of cloak and dagger stuff and a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes.

After that, we'll see Kiss on the road this year?
Yes, in June. We'll go on tour and do what we do, and that is do great shows. Arguably this is the best stage show we've ever done; the Spider stage just takes everything to another level. So we're just gonna get out there and do what we do.

Do you see another album on the horizon?
Not at the moment. I can't rule it out. The other ones came about very naturally and seemed like the right time. I certainly thought that we needed to claim our ground and put our stamp on the present and the future with our feet still planted in the past. They felt great to do because the band has been that great. Where we go from here as far as recording, I don't know. There are no plans at the moment -- and that could change tomorrow.

You end "Face The Music" with the notion that Kiss can continue without you, and Gene. Do you really mean that?
One hundred percent! Why wouldn't I? It's absurd for me to think that this incredible band, brand, point of view, lifestyle, philosophy shouldn't exist without me. I'm not essential to it. I've laid the groundwork and written the bible, so to speak, but I'm not big-headed or delusional enough to believe that there isn't somebody out there, and more than one person, who could do this every bit as well and better than I do and bring something else to it, based on what I've done. The people who believed the band can't exist or continue without me or Gene, well, a lot of those people in the late 70s believed the band couldn't continue without the original four -- at this point they're 50 percent wrong.

This is not something the Beatles could have spoken about doing, though, or the Rolling Stones.
Of course they couldn't -- because they're not Kiss! We've broken the rules from day one. We were never supposed to succeed in a lot of people's eyes. We've never been defined by the limitations of other people's bands, so why would we lower the bar based on what other bands can or can't do. We've moved forward and not only survived but thrived based on a philosophy and point of view and a certain music. It's really about that way more than it is about the individuals. I mean, I'm a big fan of mine, but I didn't invent the wheel.
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Mer 12 Mar - 19:56

le truc intéressent dans cette interview c est la déclaration de PAUL qui maintient ses propos au sujet du fait que KISS pourrait continuer sans lui ..... il ne si trouve pas indispensable , ni irremplaçable au sein de KISS .... pour un nouvel album ...rien n'est planifié rien n est envisagé ...mais les choses pourraient changer .... pour le reste de l interview , c est selon moi du n importe quoi , a savoir nous y allons mais comme ils ne nous aiment pas , nous ne jouerons pas .... bref la saga hall of ...continue ...
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Mer 12 Mar - 20:51

moi je dis même qu'il serait facilement remplaçable au vu de ses prestations depuis quelques mois.. années..  Twisted Evil  
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Jeu 13 Mar - 20:25

- Gene Simmons Blasts The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame For KISS Treatment

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be having its next induction ceremony on April 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, but do not expect new inductees KISS to be performing. Founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have decided against it to protest the Hall’s decision of inducting only the original line-up of the group (which includes departed members Peter “Catman” Criss and Ace “Space Ace” Frehley) while ignoring other longtime (and current) bandmates like Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer. I asked Simmons about his decision when he called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) to chat about his appearance tonight on CBS’ CSI (where he will be playing himself).

“Paul and I got on the phone and called Ace and Peter,” Simmons explained of what happened right when they found out about the induction. “‘Hey, congratulations. It was an honor to stand alongside you then and we’ll be proud to stand alongside of you at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to accept the award.’ And they were gracious and happy and God bless, and all of that, and we went off our separate ways. And then we found out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will only be honoring the original lineup with Ace, Peter, Paul and myself, and we said, ‘Oh okay, then we won’t be playing there. We’ll just accept the award. Thank you very much.’ And they go, ‘What are you talking about?’ and I said, ‘Well, you have a group like the Eagles who continue to be our contemporaries…and every member that has even been in the Eagles has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But you’re only gonna honor the first lineup that was together for seven years? We’ve been around forty years. Tommy and Eric have been in the band 20 years — two and a half times longer than Ace and Peter. You’re going to slap them in the face and we’re supposed to get you a sandwich and make sure you burp at 9 o’clock at night and get up on stage and do it? No, that’s not going to happen.’”

Simmons then went on to draw a comparison to fully illustrate his point. “So imagine you’re being invited to be inducted at an award ceremony and you get to bring only the first person you ever went out with in your life. The one, your beloved right now? She can’t come, or he can’t come. They get to stay home, They don’t get honored. ‘And while you’re there, can you get me a sandwich?’ Really? That’s not going to fly.”

Okay, first off, I’m not sure what the sandwich thing is about. Maybe he was just hungry. Yes, Simmons has a point that it would kind of be a bummer for longtime members to be excluded. But he also has to know that the band is being honored for what they did when they ruled the rock world back in the 1970s, a time when the band included Criss and Frehley. Those are the four people everyone wants to see on stage together, just like when the original lineup reunited back in 1996. In any event, you can listen to the full audio below, in which Simmons drops another bombshell. Apparently, he’s been offered a role in the new Entourage movie!

http://music-mix.ew.com/2014/03/12/gene-simmons-kiss-hall-of-fame/

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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Jeu 13 Mar - 22:35

la conclusion serait ... les fans du groupes ne veulent entendre parlé que des 4 originaux ??? donc nous serions fans d un groupe qui n existe plus depuis 30 ans ??? le mec qui a écrit ce papier est vachement au courant des désirs et volontés des fans ...... il faudrait honorer le groupe pour ce qu'il a été dans les années 70 ??? et ces mecs se disent spécialistes en rock .... qu'ils aillent se faire foutre (les sois disant critiques rock , pas KISS )
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Bien dit, Domm  Wink 
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Ven 14 Mar - 10:28

SIMMONS On HALL OF FAME: It's Dishonorable To Not Include KISS Members Who've Been In Band Longer Than Original Lineup
Earlier this week, KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons was interviewed on "Elliot In The Morning", a morning radio talk show hosted by DJ Elliot Segal. You can listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.


Asked about KISS' controversial announcement that no members of the band will be playing at the April 10 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony in Brooklyn, Simmons said: "Look, the simple idea is, as soon as the Hall Of Fame called, and you know, we shrugged our shoulders and said, 'Thanks a lot, but we won a long time ago, because we have millions of fans around the world.' And when the Hall Of Fame called, we said, 'Terrific. We'll be proud to get up there and put on a full KISS show — Tommy [Thayer, guitar] and Eric [Singer, drums] and [former members] Peter [Criss, drums] and Ace [Frehley, guitar] and everybody. And they said, 'No, no. [We want] just Peter and Ace.' We said, 'Well, but Tommy and Eric have been in the band longer than the original lineup.' They said, 'Well, we're not gonna induct anybody else except Peter and Ace and Paul [Stanley, guitar/vocals] and Gene.' And we said, 'Oh. OK. Thanks very much.' We called Peter and Ace right away — Paul and I — [and we said], 'Hey, congratulations. The Hall Of Fame is gonna induct only the first members of the band. And we'll be proud to stand up there and accept the award with you, and then we're gonna go home. And by the way, both Ace and Peter were very gracious. [They said], 'Hey, great.' And [they said] we did a great thing. And then the media hoopla started."


He continued: "Look, the smallest dogs bark the loudest. So imagine this: you're being invited to a dinner where you're gonna be honored. And you say, 'Thank you very much.' And they say, 'Right. But we just want you to bring your very first girlfriend. The one you're with now, your wife, she can't come and we're not gonna talk to her.' Really?"


He added: "The vast majority of fans… If you've been a fan of KISS for 20 years, or 10 years, you don't know that there's 20 years before that. And by the way, the 20 years before that was not the original lineup. The original lineup was together for seven years. After that… We've had ten different lineups. So did THE EAGLES. THE EAGLES were inducted, all the members. So if the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame is gonna be playing games, that's fine. I make a living, and that's okay, and we have millions of fans. I have nothing to complain about. And we're proudly gonna stand alongside Ace and Peter, who were equally as important as Paul and myself in starting something really unique that continues on. The world tour begins this summer, celebrating our 40th anniversary. But it's dishonorable to not include guys in the band who've been in the band longer than the original lineup by two and a half times."


During an appearance on the "Eddie Trunk Rocks" radio show on New York's Q104.3 FM, Frehley said that Stanley and Simmons "shot down doing any type of reunion with [original KISS drummer Peter Criss and me] — with makeup, without makeup," while Frehley himself ruled out performing alongside KISS' current lineup, saying, "I'm not gonna get on the stage with Tommy wearing my makeup. That's absurd."


He added: "It's a shame. I know [the original lineup reunion is] what the fans wanted. I know it's what the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame wanted. [But] it's not gonna happen."


Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have chosen to have the rest of the current KISS lineup — guitarist Tommy Thayer and longtime drummer Eric Singer — dress up as Criss' and Frehley's respective "Spaceman" and "Catman" personas (designs owned by Simmons and Stanley).


Frehley left KISS after the band's 2002 "Farewell" dates, saying afterwards that he took the word "farewell" seriously.


Criss claimed that his contract with KISS wasn't renewed in March 2004.


Both charges have been disputed by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley.


The 29th annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony will take place on Thursday, April 10 at Barclays Center.
et la farce continue ..........
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Mer 19 Mar - 15:00

Former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley has slammed Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons for suggesting he and fellow ex-member Peter Criss have lost their abilities.

His comments come after the leading pair announced no lineup of the band would perform at their Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction next month, and Stanley claimed it was never on the cards in the first place.

Frehley tells Revolver: “There has been a lot of negotiating behind closed doors and I’m sworn to secrecy – but last I heard, there’s just going to be no performance. I don’t know what the reason is, and at this point, I don’t care. It was renting so much space in my head, it was affecting my creativity.”

He continues: “I’ve been reading stuff on the Internet and Paul and Gene have been insinuating that maybe Peter and myself don’t have it anymore, which is a load of crap. It’s very misleading. I think somehow they wanted to validate the current lineup.”

Readers’ poll results: Your top 40 Kiss songs of all time

Frehley insists he has “no problem” with his replacement Tommy Thayer and Criss’ successor Eric Singer, but adds: “It is what it is: half a Kiss cover band.”

Meanwhile, Hall Of Fame boss Joel Peresman has explained why the organisation chose only to induct the original band lineup, ignoring other members including Thayer and Singer.

He tells Billboard: “There wasn’t one person here who didn’t agree that Kiss was nominated because of what was established in the 70s with Ace, Peter, Paul and Gene. That’s what put them on that map.”

And he says of the two non-original members: “They are fine musicians who basically have the same makeup and are the same characters that Ace and Peter started. It’s not like they created these other characters with different makeup and playing different songs. They took the persona of characters that were created by Ace and Peter.”

Discussing the fact that the Hall Of Fame have made different decisions with different bands, Peresman says: “This isn’t chemistry or physics – it’s not an exact science.”
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Mer 2 Avr - 19:21

Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello will induct KISS into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.


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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Ven 11 Avr - 10:53

Gene Simmons last night hailed the original lineup of Kiss as the "fantastic four" during their induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

And Paul Stanley took the opportunity to slam event bosses from their own stage, calling for more people power in the choosing of artists to receive the honour.

Relationships between the two mainmen and ex-colleagues Ace Frehley and Peter Criss had come under additional pressure in the run-up to the ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Simmons and Stanley refused to allow any lineup to perform after Rock Hall bosses tried to enforce a reunion. Stanley even accused his estranged bandmates of being anti-Semitic earlier this week.

But all differences were put aside when – following an induction speech by Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello – Stanley, Simmons, Frehley and Criss took the stage together and briefly embraced.

A passionate crowd alternately offered vocal support and catcalls during their speeches. Simmons said: "We are humbled. This is a proud moment for us all. Four knuckleheads 40 years ago got together and decided to put together the band we never saw on stage, critics be damned.

"Ace Frehley, whose iconic guitar playing has been limited but never equalled by generations of players around the world. Peter Criss, whose drumming and singing – there's not a guy who beats him. Nobody's got that swing or that style. Paul Stanley is the brother I never knew I had. You couldn't ask for someone so awesome."

He namechecked late members Eric Carr and Mark St John and thanked Vinny Vincent and Bruce Kulick, then added: "Here we are 40 years later with the great Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer – however, we wouldn't be here today without the original fantastic four."

Drummer Criss thanked everyone from crew to management who'd helped with the band's four-decade "good times and hard times" before adding: "I'd like to congratulate Mr Stanley, Mr Simmons and the one and only Spaceman, Ace Frehley."

He added: "In and out of makeup I'll always be the Catman. You've got to forgive to live – it's very important. I will remember this for the rest of my life."

Guitarist Frehley admitted he'd come without prescription glasses and so he couldn't read the speech he'd written. Instead he told the crowd: "I want to thank Paul, Gene and Peter. When I was 13 and I picked up my first guitar I always sensed I was going to be in something big. A few years later, there it was – I experienced the Summer of Love. That was before I met these clowns. Several years later we got together and you know the story. Life's been good to me and hopefully I've got another 10 or 20 years to go."

He touched on the fact that, although he's been sober for nearly eight years, he'll never be cured of his alcoholism, saying it was important to educate people to understand the problem is not one of willpower. He cited a quote his sponsor used to use: "Try using willpower when you have diarrhoea."

Stanley was the last to speak, starting with the admission he wouldn't manage to be as funny as the others. He continued: "We are the original foursome and everything we've done is built on the past. For us this is a special night – but it's really a special night for our fans. It's a vindication. We couldn't have done this without you.

"I believe the spirit of rock'n'roll means you follow your own path regardless of your critics and of your peers. I think we've done that for 40 years. Here we are tonight, basically inducted for the same things we were kept out for.

"The people are speaking to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and they're saying they want more. They want to be part of the induction, they want to be part of the nomination. They don't want to be spoon-fed by a handful of people. The people pay for tickets, the people buy albums. The people who nominate do not.

"I'm here tonight because of the people who inspired me, and because of the people I inspired. God bless you all – it's a wonderful night."


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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Ven 11 Avr - 16:42

Kiss en couverture du magazine Rolling Stone!!!!
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kisslolo a écrit:
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello will induct KISS into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.


Décidément Morello a des bons goûts  Very Happy 
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Le Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Kiss et le bal des faux culs !










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Pictured is the actual speech Tom Morello used to induct KISS at last night's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony. Tom gave this hard copy to Gene after the event.

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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Sam 12 Avr - 11:25

J'arrive même pas à être heureux de cette nomination.Manquerait plus qu'ils se reforment et ça serait le pompon ..
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Sam 12 Avr - 13:42

Le speech de Tom Morello est véritablement EXCELLENT   
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Sam 12 Avr - 17:54

Bravo!!! C'est mérité... Longue vie, KISS FOREVER!!!  
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Dim 13 Avr - 19:10

Un grand merci a Gene ! c'est le seul qui cite tous les membres !   cheers 



ceci un non évènement et le groupe n'en sort pas grandi ,le fame passe pour des bouffons et l'attitude de certains fans pour ne pas dire ayatollahs du groupe originel est pathétique !!! Ace et Peter vont pouvoir mettre leur statuette sur la cheminée et le groupe a repris sa route en allant a l'émission The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon !

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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Dim 13 Avr - 19:32

Merci Gene qui sur ce coup est le plus honnête de tous ....les autres c'est pitoyable ...j'ai honte pour eux..... Evil or Very Mad 

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MessageSujet: Re: KISS , nominé pour entrer au Rock’n'Roll Hall Of Fame en 2014   Dim 13 Avr - 21:05

que d'énergie dépensé pour pas grand chose a l'arrivée ....... le hall était une fumisterie ...et ça l est toujours .... quand a KISS l entité , il n avait pas besoin de cette mascarade .... seul les égos de certains y ont trouvé un intèré ....
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