OLOGY Volumes 1-3
Subject: KISSOLOGY Volumes 1-3
From: moon-lite on 01/23/2008
Hello KISS: I Loved “KISSOLOGY” Volumes 1-3. Especially as it provided me with an opportunity to see shows from a few of the tours I had missed over the years for one reason or another. I find myself saddened though when seeing the farewell tour footage at how much “ACE’s” musicianship had fallen off, from missing notes to forgetting which town he was in (as happened in Ft Worth Texas) when he said “Thank you Houston” after performing “New York Groove”. But I don’t short him much for that as it was near the end of a long tour. I am forever grateful you have decided to continue on with Eric & Tommy as I feel they have much to offer the band and fans at large with their talent & professionalism. I just hope you will think about doing a new album with Eric & Tommy, As it would be the kick in the ass some of the fans need to get back out there to see you guys on the next tour. Be safe journey out there in the road! And as always, Love to all. Ray B. The order of the Rose
Subject: Calendars
From: ljtillery on 01/22/2008
Oh come on guys! No calender this year? If you have one I sure couldn,t find it. I got to paste 2008 pages on my 2007 calander??? That will ruin it for collecting. Thanks for the letter - there is indeed a 2008 KISS Calendar - we sold out of it at KISSONLINE but it is still available at Amazon.com - http://www.amazon.com/Kiss-2008-Calendar-Signatures-Network/dp/0740770861/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1201097720&sr=8-1 . Thanks!
From: misterfour20 on 01/21/2008
A day late and a dollor short has always been my game, but I really wanted to wish Paul a Happy Be-Lated Birthday. Keep the fire burning and rock and roll forever. Love your new art by the way, very exciting. Do you think you will do any more tour dates for your solo CD? I saw the show at the HOB on sunset in NOV. 2006, but I think I need another dose..lol Yes, KISS has been my drug of choice for years and I hope for many more years to come. Again, Happy B-Day my friend and rock hero. Ron Denter.
Happy birthday Paul!!!
Subject: Happy birthday Paul!!!
From: markosk on 01/21/2008
happy birthday Paul Stanley!!!
Coming to Australia!!!
Subject: Coming to Australia!!!
From: mich76 on 01/20/2008
Hi guys!!! Me and my husband are so excited that you guys are going to perform at the Melbourne Grand Prix (which also happens to be my birthday). My 4 yo son also adores you guys!!! He knows most of your songs and knows all your names!!!1 Can't wait to come and see you all and hope you know what a great bunch of guys you are!!! Love your NO 1 Aussie fan....
happy b-day paul
Subject: happy b-day paul
From: genepaulacepeter1 on 01/20/2008
what\'s up paul hope you have a rockin b-day. party it up and have a crazy crazy night
Happy Birthday Paul!
Subject: Happy Birthday Paul!
From: Roxy on 01/20/2008
I just wanted to wish you a happy birthday, Paul. Oh, and to thank you and the rest of the guys for allowing me to experience KISS in my own way and my own time. So, thank you and happy birthday!
Thanks for some great memories
Subject: Thanks for some great memories
From: jimmyz29 on 01/20/2008
To Gene, Paul, Ace, Peter and all the extended Kiss family, Yesterday while watching my lady friends 11 yr. old son were riding down the road and he asked me to play some hard rock. I\' am a child of the 70\'s so that is all I listen to. I started to play some AC/DC. A minute into Back in Black he said, \"Got any Kiss?\" . I was shocked he knew who you were. I asked if he liked Kiss and he said YEAH! Sorry to say but all my kiss CD\'s were at home at the time. Today I\'am going to give him Kissology vol. 1 to listen to. I\'ve seen you guys 6 times including the 1997 reunion show. I saw you open for and blow Black Sabbath off the stage at the Baltimore civic center in 1974. Sitting here now I think of all the memories I have rocking out to you. Two of those memories will always be with me. In 1975 my best friend and I were sitting in my car listening to Alive at full volume. Both of us banging our heads. I looked over at him and said \"Is it too loud\" he scream Yeah!!. I said \" Do you want me to turn it down!\" and he scream, Noooo! I bought tickets for your show at the Capitol Center in Largo, MD in 1977 around Christmas for myself and my two brothers. We drove to the Capitol center and realized we left the tickets at home. We raced back, got the tickets and made it back just as AC/DC left the stage.The three of us rocked out completely. As you left the stage my younger brother wanted me to try and shake your hand. I made my way to the back of the stage and waited. The stage was a few feet from the seats. As big security grauds came towards me my little brother stood there so excited. Just as Ace made his way around the guards grabbed me and pushed me away. My little brother thought I was some kind of hero. This memory is very special to me since both brothers have since passed away. The three of us never did a whole lot together for reasons that are long forgotten but that night we were all together. Hanging out, laughing, and rocking out to KIss. What a pleasure it would be to have my girlfriends son meet you and see how cool you guys are. Plus it would fill a dream of a 50 year old rocker too. If this letter does find you guys. I just wanted you to know how special you guys are. Your music was the soundtrack for my youth and though at 50 years old I still crank it up in my truck and there I\'am, back in 1975. P.S. The Capitol center show in 1976 was the largest crowd the had for a concert if I remember correctly. I remember Paul telling everyone to get up and clap during 100,000 years. The whole place got up on their feet. I stood there in awh of what was happening. Thanks for everything. Jim
Paul\'s Birthday
Subject: Paul\'s Birthday
From: chersac3 on 01/20/2008
Happy Birthday Paul, Keep on \"ROCKIN\"!
From: jimis on 01/20/2008
From: kat13tpa on 01/19/2008
Happy Birthday Paul!!!! May you have a blessed birthday and have many more!! Take care of yourself and keep rocking!! I love you!!! Love, Kathee in Tampa FL
Hello from Honduras (Central America)
Subject: Hello from Honduras (Central America)
From: manueldavilalazarus on 01/18/2008
Dear KISS, Im 34 yars olds, Ive been a fan since 1980 when some of my cousins listened to your albums at home. It was the Alive I and II LP\'s (I still have them...and since then many more) I had the opportunity of living in the US from 1987-1988 and one of my life long dreams came true...going to a Kiss concert in Maryland. Its a memorable moment for me. In fact I learned to play the bass, came back to my country joined a band, (In fact today its one of the most popular Hard Rock bands in the country)but sadly the music industry here is very small and lacks support. I stopped playing and had to sell my instruments in order to maintain a 1978 Chevette I had then (really needed it to go to the University). Today Im married with three beautiful children, I became a Banker and work for a subsidiary of an American Bank here in Honduras. Anyways...my oldest son has discovered my albums, casettes and CD\'s and loves Kiss aswell. I have almost every one of your albums and cherish each one. Thank you for all the memories, I hope I also contributed in your popularity... you have a huge fan base here; sadly we are not one of your destinations for your tours. If you change your mind some day Im sure you will be very welcome here. I hope I can have the oportunnity to go to one of your concerts in the future. Best wishes to the \"Hottest band in the world\" Manuel Davila Lazarus
fandom spans all ages...
Subject: KISS fandom spans all ages...
From: bundyman on 01/17/2008
Having been a KISS fan since I discovered the \"Dressed to Kill\" album around 1975 at age nine, I spent countless hours in my room as a kid learning that and the \"KISS Alive\" record by ear. Decades later I find myself raising a 10-year old son who wants to be like dad and play guitar (I gig quite regularly). At age four my son Nicholas discovered my copy of \"Psycho Circus\" and soon could sing just about every lyric on the record. Hearing a pre-schooler sing \"You Wanted the Best\" around the house is actually very entertaining! We recently sat down together to watch \"Attack of the Phantoms\" from the KISSology Part 2 DVD set. I was not surprised that he enjoyed it immensely. Now he\'s borrowing the rest of my DVD box set and brushing up on his KISStory lessons... Nicholas always comes into my jam room (he owns his own full-size electric guitars and 100-watt halfstack) while I\'m playing and asks if there are any \"easy\" (in his own words) KISS songs I can teach him that are within his limiting yet steadily expanding talent range. \"Sure, son\" I always say, and we both get our guitars out. Needless to say, Nicholas can now play \"Lick It Up.\" I was lucky to have a mom who would buy me KISS records for birthdays, Christmas (an 8-track player and all four solo albums one year!), etc. It feels good to be able to continue this tradition with my own son as something we can enjoy together. I\'m passing the torch yet keeping one hand on it so that we can uphold the flame as father and son. I really can\'t think of anything much cooler than that. Thanks for the decades. We\'ll definitely continue to Rock and Roll All Nite!
From: king890 on 01/17/2008
Man Im so mad! GENE IS THE MAN! HE SHOULD HAVE STAYED WON! and he would have if it wasn't for OMAROSA! that is all. -- brandonjames --unknownlegends
wishin upon a star
Subject: wishin upon a star
From: tomman27 on 01/17/2008
I\'m so proud to be part of the kiss army i\'m so proud that it drives my little brother crazy because all i talk about is kiss. I\'m proud of you guys you are the best with or without makeup, but lets get to the point. My dream is to meet you guys just once and i don\'t care if it\'s 10mins or 15mins, say thank you for everything in person that\'s all i want to do. I will always be here no matter what and don\'t worry i don\'t want anything from you. You guys gave enough to us. hope to hear from soon Your friend Thomas
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