Wednesday, July 11, 2012

PAUL STANLEY: NO FRIENDSHIP WITH ACE AND PETER

KISS
KISS frontman Paul Stanley has reiterated his objections to the return of original members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in strong terms.

He says: "I was never really friends with them. The band was never about friendship – it was about commitment to a cause. I loved them for what we created. I certainly don't love them today. They became impossible and intolerable, on more than one occasion necessitating their removal.

"I last spoke to Ace probably three years ago. Peter I haven't spoken to in probably about a decade."

Meanwhile, KISS’s blockbuster Destroyer album is being re-released with plenty of new material. The deluxe edition will be released as a 2-CD set on August 21, according to BraveWords.com.

The double-disc release will include the original tracks (remixed late last year by super producer Bob Ezrin, who helmed the original album’s sessions), along with outtakes, rare tracks and the original cover art.
Destroyer was first released on March 15, 1976.

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