Day 146 – KISS – Love Gun
Watching Role Models, right now. This song has to be my song for the day.
No place for hidin’ baby…no place to run 22 more words
On Friday night I drove out to Wilkes-Barre to see Ace Frehley perform and meet him after the show. My friend and I had planned on going to Ace’s show in New Hope the weekend prior but it was cancelled last-minute because Ace was feeling under the weather. 335 more words
KISS are awesome. It’s just fact. The makeup, the pyrotechnics, the personas and of course, the music. It doesn’t matter if Paul Stanley can’t quite hit those high notes anymore, or if Gene Simmons is old enough to be an OAP – they’re still better rockers than most of the world. 286 more words
“Destroyer,” “Rock and Roll Over,” and “Love Gun” are the three studio albums that follow the first three. These albums, along with the first three, are the six albums considered by most KISS fans to be the only official studio albums to legitimately feature the original members. 675 more words
It’s a charade, really, but promoters, bands, and reviewers participate in it all the time. A classic rock band gets together in the studio to cut a new album. 309 more words
KISS: “Love Gun”
ALBUM: Love Gun
WRITER: Paul Stanley
Peaked at number-55 on the Billboard Hot 100.
“Love Gun” wasn’t a huge hit at the time of its release, but like many of KISS’s best tracks, it’s endured in their live show to this day, and continues to receive radio airplay. 106 more words