Follows the band's five decades in the business as founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons reflect on their career.Follows the band's five decades in the business as founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons reflect on their career.Follows the band's five decades in the business as founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons reflect on their career.
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Excellent revealing doc of the best legendary head banging band of all time!
Finally after almost a year finally watched this documentary which first aired as a Biography special in two parts on "A&E". I must say it was great and a super revealing hot eye opening look at the legendary rock band "Kiss". Shown was classic vintage clips and footage of concerts, band meetings, and other music insiders spoke of the impact that "Kiss" had on pop culture. Interviews are deeply touching and emotional as the two leads Paul Stanley and Mr. Big the face of "Kiss" himself Gene Simmons spill both their guts hard and humble about the 5 decade life of the band. From the humble start to the stardom, and the ups and downs the band had with Ace and Peter it's all shown and talked about. The influence of the "New York Dolls" and "Phantom of the Opera" is revealed as these two things help start the band and the record deals and live playing before the band had radio play helped make the band. Each album and song is talked about also and how it impacted the band and it's fans. "Kiss" an underdog band did it their way and always swam like sharks and smelled the blood of rock n' roll. Overall a must see doc for any "Kiss" fan and music pop culture buff as it will have one rocking all night forever and thanking god for rock n' roll "Kiss" style! Plus this doc is informative as I learned personal stuff about Paul, Gene, and the band too really a must see.
- May 19, 2022
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