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Peter Criss - Makeup to Breakup: My Life In And Out Of Kiss written by Peter Criss
Review by Greg Olma
Let me start off by saying that I have been a Kiss fan since hearing Alive in 1975. 

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Kiss - Alive
Review by Gary Hill
Without question, Kiss’ biggest claim to fame, especially in the early days, was their live show.

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Kiss - Music From The Elder
Review by Gary Hill
When it was recorded in 1981, this album was to have been a masterwork of epic proportions. A concept album with serious prog leanings, early preview copies of the album received poor reviews.
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Kiss - Nothin’ To Lose: The Making Of Kiss (1972-1975) written by Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Ken Sharp
Review by Greg Olma

There have been many books released about the band Kiss.


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Kiss - Psycho Circus
Review by Gary Hill
The first studio album from the reunited classic Kiss lineup, Psycho Circus is a respectable and entertaining release that seems to strive to combine the older Kiss sound with newer leanings.
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Kiss - Rock and Roll Over
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed the song “Calling Dr. Love” on the review of the Kiss Klassics disc of Sonic Boom, so, for the sake of consistency, I’ll adapt that review for use here.


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Kiss - Sonic Boom
Review by Gary Hill
Sonic Boom is the latest album from Kiss.
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