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Commemorating one of the most definitive and iconic KISS albums of all-time, KISS Destroyer 3 3/4-Inch Action Figure Deluxe Box Set features The Demon, The Starchild, The Spaceman, and The Catman in their iconic outfits from the cover of their fourth album, Destroyer. These rockin' sculpted figures are one-of-a-kind variants of the standard Bif Bang Pow! Destroyer action figures. In full costume and makeup, they include 11 points of articulation so you can position them any way you want - like an album cover, posed as they rock and roll all night, or in any way your imagination takes you! With drumsticks for The Catman and guitars for everyone else, this box set (the third in the series) is an exclusive limited edition of only 826 pieces that comes in amazing vintage-style packaging designed to look just like the famous Destroyer album.
Head to Detroit Rock City with all-new KISS Window Decals! This sensational set includes The Demon, The Starchild, The Spaceman, and The Catman with their instruments, plus a KISS logo decal. With these removeable decals on your ride, everyone will know you're a proud member of the KISS Army!
Explosions, vomiting blood, flaming swords, guitars that shot fire, and musicians flying across the stage confirm that this US band, one of the most charismatic of the last 45 years, is still in full form
By Alfonso Alba / http://cordopolis.es
Excerpt translated for KISSonline by Jill Cataldo
At 1:00 o'clock in the morning, when the last chord of Rock and Rock all Nite was still echoing in the bullring, Ciudad Jardín was covered in darkness and fluttering paper. A few minutes before, the bullring in Córdoba had been burned, literally, by a visual and musical spectacle unheard of in this city.
The fireworks, the explosions, and thousands of small pieces of paper blown with fury into the Cordovan sky had been the culmination of the concert of one of those few, legendary bands that still tour the world without backup recordings, without assistance, and without feeling forced. After a 45 year, career, KISS is still authentic. It's a real show. Live music surrounded by explosions, guitarists flying through the air and swords on fire. Glam metal and capitalism. Oh, KISS.
KISS arrived in Córdoba with great expectations. The American band with the most gold records (yes, they have scary numbers of them) landed in the city of Calipha on a hot July 12th. The heat of the flames that raged on the stage could be felt and appreciated every time they spread over the full bullring.
The gigantic spectacle of KISS was bigger than the bullring itself (which is not small, exactly.) Some fans unsuccessfully searched for tickets at the box office, but the show was sold out. They could listen to KISS from outside (or practically from any point of the city), but outside, they would not see this unique, hypnotic show, which kept the fans standing where they were for close to two hours. No one wanted to be penalized for going for a beer or the bathroom in case they missed something: an explosion, a musician flying through the air, a guitar spitting fireworks.