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After three decades of undying adoration, KISS fans will get their first fully authorized and total access look at the band who loves to "rock 'n' roll all nite and party every day!" Twenty years ago, KISS officially revealed the faces behind the stage makeup, and fans all over the world got their first look at the band. Now, in KISS: BEHIND THE MASK, the band's legion of f After three decades of undying adoration, KISS fans will get their first fully authorized and total access look at the band who loves to "rock 'n' roll all nite and party every day!" Twenty years ago, KISS officially revealed the faces behind the stage makeup, and fans all over the world got their first look at the band. Now, in KISS: BEHIND THE MASK, the band's legion of fans and music enthusiasts alike will get to know the men behind the stage personas. After 30 years as a band, KISS are more than just a rock 'n' roll institution-they are legends. For decades, they have consistently remained among the most successful acts in the history of popular music. KISS' legendary stagemanship and extreme theatrics are well known by two generations of rock fans, and they are already pulling in the next one. Now, through their own words and exclusive material contributed by some of the biggest rock stars in the industry, KISS: BEHIND THE MASK will tell the band's full story.


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After three decades of undying adoration, KISS fans will get their first fully authorized and total access look at the band who loves to "rock 'n' roll all nite and party every day!" Twenty years ago, KISS officially revealed the faces behind the stage makeup, and fans all over the world got their first look at the band. Now, in KISS: BEHIND THE MASK, the band's legion of f After three decades of undying adoration, KISS fans will get their first fully authorized and total access look at the band who loves to "rock 'n' roll all nite and party every day!" Twenty years ago, KISS officially revealed the faces behind the stage makeup, and fans all over the world got their first look at the band. Now, in KISS: BEHIND THE MASK, the band's legion of fans and music enthusiasts alike will get to know the men behind the stage personas. After 30 years as a band, KISS are more than just a rock 'n' roll institution-they are legends. For decades, they have consistently remained among the most successful acts in the history of popular music. KISS' legendary stagemanship and extreme theatrics are well known by two generations of rock fans, and they are already pulling in the next one. Now, through their own words and exclusive material contributed by some of the biggest rock stars in the industry, KISS: BEHIND THE MASK will tell the band's full story.

30 review for KISS: Behind the Mask - Official Authorized Biography

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    I loved this book. My wife bought it for me for Christmas the year it came out and I devoured it in less than a week. I have been a KISS fan since their inception back in the early '70's and have read everything I could get my hands on about them, "authorized" or not. This book starts at the beginning and works its way to the reunion tour that started in 1996. It has a complete discography, which I loved. I am getting ready to read it again as soon as I get through some of the recent books I have I loved this book. My wife bought it for me for Christmas the year it came out and I devoured it in less than a week. I have been a KISS fan since their inception back in the early '70's and have read everything I could get my hands on about them, "authorized" or not. This book starts at the beginning and works its way to the reunion tour that started in 1996. It has a complete discography, which I loved. I am getting ready to read it again as soon as I get through some of the recent books I have bought on my Amazon Kindle. Highly recommended for any KISS fan or lover of 70's and 80's heavy metal.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mickey Tompkins

    If you're a KISS fan it's a must read, but this is like 2 books in one, which is explained in the beginning. Peter can really brag about how much of a tough kid he was, and was in gangs and he's just a bad ass constantly, and just boring. Then Gene of course just comes down on Ace and Peter all through the book....blah blah blah. It was good to read about the solo albums, different producers, and members of KISS......again it's for the die hard fans like myself.....if you're not pass it up. If you're a KISS fan it's a must read, but this is like 2 books in one, which is explained in the beginning. Peter can really brag about how much of a tough kid he was, and was in gangs and he's just a bad ass constantly, and just boring. Then Gene of course just comes down on Ace and Peter all through the book....blah blah blah. It was good to read about the solo albums, different producers, and members of KISS......again it's for the die hard fans like myself.....if you're not pass it up.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Obert

    A great book telling the tale of the Hottest Band in the World! There are many things that I did not know contained within these pages. Kiss has always been heroes of mine and it was a little painful to hear the bickering and fighting going on backstage. No one wants to know that their heroes are real flesh and blood! One thing I would like to have read was more comments by Ace and Peter. I also wished that it had more quotes from Eric Carr. Over all an enlightening story of one of the most infl A great book telling the tale of the Hottest Band in the World! There are many things that I did not know contained within these pages. Kiss has always been heroes of mine and it was a little painful to hear the bickering and fighting going on backstage. No one wants to know that their heroes are real flesh and blood! One thing I would like to have read was more comments by Ace and Peter. I also wished that it had more quotes from Eric Carr. Over all an enlightening story of one of the most influential rock bands of all time.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Even though I thought I knew the entire history of KISS, I enjoyed re-learning the things I already knew while finding out a lot I didn't know. The best part of the book for me, though, was the album-by-album rundown of the entire catalog (through the Psycho Circus album), with anecdotes from Gene and Paul. This volume is a perfect complement to the UNauthorized biography, Black Diamond, by Dale Sherman. Even though I thought I knew the entire history of KISS, I enjoyed re-learning the things I already knew while finding out a lot I didn't know. The best part of the book for me, though, was the album-by-album rundown of the entire catalog (through the Psycho Circus album), with anecdotes from Gene and Paul. This volume is a perfect complement to the UNauthorized biography, Black Diamond, by Dale Sherman.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel Arcos

    AMAZING BOOK... it's all about how KISS raised to fame... from being nothing to becoming the "Hottest Band in the World". The book is divided into parts which is really cool. It talks about the band's fame, cool road stories, other people's affection by the band, and the whole story from beginning to "now". Loved it... it's a true inspiration. IF YOU ARE A KISS FAN YOU MUST READ IT. AMAZING BOOK... it's all about how KISS raised to fame... from being nothing to becoming the "Hottest Band in the World". The book is divided into parts which is really cool. It talks about the band's fame, cool road stories, other people's affection by the band, and the whole story from beginning to "now". Loved it... it's a true inspiration. IF YOU ARE A KISS FAN YOU MUST READ IT.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy Keen

    Great, great book. What a resource! I love it how they go through every album and every song. Fantastic. Well worth it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brentman99

    I liked the first part of the book as it seemed to flow pretty well. However, there were some mistakes that were a bit annoying. The problems start with part two and got worse going into part three. There was very little continuity and a lot of repetition. In fact, if that was really bad, Gene and Paul dominate most of the lines, which made things worse. While I was never a Kiss Army guy, I like a lot of their early music. What this book desperately needed was more from Peter and Ace and some of I liked the first part of the book as it seemed to flow pretty well. However, there were some mistakes that were a bit annoying. The problems start with part two and got worse going into part three. There was very little continuity and a lot of repetition. In fact, if that was really bad, Gene and Paul dominate most of the lines, which made things worse. While I was never a Kiss Army guy, I like a lot of their early music. What this book desperately needed was more from Peter and Ace and some of the other band members that came in and out of Kiss. One thing I did enjoy was insight into how the songs were made. I never realised how much they were influenced by other artists or how songs were kind of bolted together with many hands working on them. If the repetitive passages are edited out and more stuff added from the other members, this could have been a great, inciteful book, rather than one that is for the Kiss Army fans. So much hope, so much pain to get through the entire book from cover to cover. In hindsight, I would have started with part three, remove part two and edit part one. Read it if you are a big fan, pass it by if you are not.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chip'sBookBinge

    I can't believe it took me over a month to read this book. I'm an avid reader and I can blow through pretty much any book in record time. But this one took 3 days over a month. Yikes. The book at first sight is a little misleading. It's actually 3 books in one. That wasn't the problem. It was the text itself which smaller than usual and each page seemed to be jammed a little bit tighter than normal with regards to kerning and tracking for the written word. Okay, enough with the boring stuff. Sin I can't believe it took me over a month to read this book. I'm an avid reader and I can blow through pretty much any book in record time. But this one took 3 days over a month. Yikes. The book at first sight is a little misleading. It's actually 3 books in one. That wasn't the problem. It was the text itself which smaller than usual and each page seemed to be jammed a little bit tighter than normal with regards to kerning and tracking for the written word. Okay, enough with the boring stuff. Since this is a 3 in 1 book, the review is about 3 times the size. Sorry if it's more than you would normally like to read in a book review to those that stumble across this. Now without further ado, on with the review..... I read books like this for one reason and one reason only and that is to get behind the scene dirt, a different perspective if you will about some iconic things that went down. For me, I gotta say that the best was when KISS Meets The Phantom Of The Park was being screened by insiders, around 30 people in attendance, the movie was so bad that EVERYONE sat silently in the theater, not sure of what to say or do. And in the back row, you can hear Ace cackling and laughing at the stupidity of what he was watching on screen. Whenerver he would laugh, the rest of the attendee's would laugh along with him, which was a great way to break that tension in the room. I can totally picturing how this was playing out in the room and would have loved to be there in person. Another great story was after having just seen Deliverence, Sean Delaney was driving the band to their next gig, gets "lost" and fakes running out of gas and has the band hide in the back of the car under a blanket with their platform boots showing because they were convinced that they would become playthings for nearby Hillbillies. While all this was going down, Sean is at the front of the car drinking all of their booze. Another great story was when Ace faked like he was s h i t -faced drunk and wouldn't be able to perform that night. He did the joke to get back at Gene and Paul who of course freaked out about losing money if the show couldn't go on and called Bill Aucoin to fix the problem. When he got there, Ace lets him in on the joke and ends up having beers with him in the room while he is suppose to be fixing the problem, making Gene and Paul sweat it out. Ha. No wonder they hate Ace so much. Peter knocking Ace out cold for being a "lazy mother f u c k e r " was an eye opener as was the time the band got dressed up in drag and to pull a prank on Bill. The kicker was having Grace Slick there as their ring leader and them as her doo-wop background singers. Also cool is hearing other famous rock stars and their KISS stories being told in the book as a sidebar, ranging from Julian Lennon, Ted Nugent, Little Steven, Rick Nielsen. I like hearing what other rock stars have to say about each other and we get plenty here. I never comment about picture inserts in any book, ever. So, this is a first for me and I need to make a comment about it because it's so damn cool and tripping me out. Inside they have an outtake for what is the centerfold interior of Alive II and it was taken at the Sports Arena in San Diego. I had no idea that iconic shot was taken here. Wow. Also, they have a shot of Paul taken here during the Farewell Tour, a show that I was at. (Chip's Note: In hindsight, now that I think about it, I remember either hearing about the Alive II image being from the Sports Arena or reading it in the linear notes inside the album. Can't remember which.) This book does a great job of dissecting pretty much everything about KISS that there is to know about. How deep does it get? They actually interview the two 15 year olds, Bruce Redoute and Lee Neaves on the back of Alive! and what it was like discovering that they were on the back cover when they went to buy it for themselves. That's pretty f u c k i n g awesome if you ask me. Some other things that caught my attention was when Paul basically dismisses Double Platinum because "once a song is recorded, there is no need to re-do them...ever". And yet, many years later he along with Gene would re-record the biggest KISS songs with Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer on KISS Klassics. It's not lost on me that this particular album is utter garbage and an embarassment. Hmmm...maybe Paul was right and he shouldn't have gone to the well a second time. Oh well..... For me, out of the 3 sections of the book, I found the last one, which is devoted to commentary by the band, engineers, producers, managers, secretaries, song writers and whoever else happened to have a story to tell in which they go into great detail, breaking down every single KISS album and probably about 95% of every single song they ever recorded. The gloves are off when rating the albums and songs. The most brutally honest of them all had to be the Kulick Brothers. Both Bob and Bruce did not pull punches about what songs they absolutely hated and each one had some pretty eye opening stories to talk about with their working relationship with both Paul and Gene. I was actually surprise to see this stuff get into the book and I was even more surprise to hear Gene rip on Paul for writing "whimpy" love songs. This is great stuff. I definitely recommend this to any and all KISS fans as a Buy. Non-fans should definitely give this one a Rent and get some good behind the scenes stories. This isn't a perfect book. Because Part 1 and Part 2 are written by two different people, there is a good chunk of stuff that is repeated in Part 2. After awhile it becomes extremely annoying reading the same thing again. This is where an editor failed his job of tightening things up and getting rid of stuff that was just rehashing the same information. That's my only gripe about the book, otherwise an awesome read. 4 1/2 Stars out of 5 You can find more of my Book, DVD, TV and Movie reviews at my Forum (Penny Can) at... http://pennycan.createaforum.com Feel free to stop by and contribute your 2 cents.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    I started out being really interested in this and then it just went downhill. The only band member I didn’t want to smack by the end of the book was Paul. If I had to hear one more time how victimized Ace and Peter felt I just might have thrown the book out the window. And Gene Simmons is just kinda gross. The layout of the book, too, was not ideal. You can tell many of the interview sections were pieced together and were super repetitive. Had I just read the first section this would have had a I started out being really interested in this and then it just went downhill. The only band member I didn’t want to smack by the end of the book was Paul. If I had to hear one more time how victimized Ace and Peter felt I just might have thrown the book out the window. And Gene Simmons is just kinda gross. The layout of the book, too, was not ideal. You can tell many of the interview sections were pieced together and were super repetitive. Had I just read the first section this would have had a much higher rating.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brad Carl

    What makes this book a worthy read is the section that provides massive details about each KISS album through Psycho Circus. Speaking of that album, I laughed at how proud Paul Stanley is of HIS songs on that album. The first part of the book was ho-hum for me. I’ve heard the KISS story so many times, I don’t need to hear it again, and especially not from Gene and Paul’s perspective.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Elso

    At the time of reading this bio KISS - Behind The Mask - KISS again plan on touring Australia. Let’s hope it brings the same elation as 1980. Great read and insight into the early years. Awesome Album by Album - song by song commentary.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Erik Dewey

    Interesting book, I especially liked the first part written in 1979. The song by song listing was also interesting, although it is always disappointing when you read that an artist didn't care for one of your favorite songs. Interesting book, I especially liked the first part written in 1979. The song by song listing was also interesting, although it is always disappointing when you read that an artist didn't care for one of your favorite songs.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Giorgos

    For die-hard KISS fans, this is an excellent opportunity to find out lesser known details from their early years along with an extensive song by song commentary of their vast discography. Nice reading in total.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lnsimon

    Must read for a Kiss fan because it encompasses the first biographies of the band during the 70's. Must read for a Kiss fan because it encompasses the first biographies of the band during the 70's.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jon Zittel

    Just couldn’t get into the book. First few chapters about the band forming was great.

  16. 5 out of 5

    M. Wild

    Kiss is one of the most iconic bands ever.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Robert Jackson

    A must have for all KISS fans! I don't need to say anymore. Superb! A must have for all KISS fans! I don't need to say anymore. Superb!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dan McDowell

    This was a fun book into the self-declared "HOTTEST BAND IN THE WORLD, KISS!" I enjoyed learning of the characters and their journeys in KISS. This was a fun book into the self-declared "HOTTEST BAND IN THE WORLD, KISS!" I enjoyed learning of the characters and their journeys in KISS.

  19. 5 out of 5

    J.R. Preston

    I LOVE KISS BOOKS. I can't stop reading them. I was late to the game on this one but... wow. So much information packed into this thing. A bunch of stuff that gets printed yet glossed over, Gene contradicting himself and others, salesmen admitting to fraudulent numbers, just a wonderful trip through the Hell that is KISS I LOVE KISS BOOKS. I can't stop reading them. I was late to the game on this one but... wow. So much information packed into this thing. A bunch of stuff that gets printed yet glossed over, Gene contradicting himself and others, salesmen admitting to fraudulent numbers, just a wonderful trip through the Hell that is KISS

  20. 5 out of 5

    Carter Barley

    These aren’t your average guys. On January 30,1973, one of the greatest bands in american history performed their first show. Enter Paul Stanley,the acrobatic Starchild, Gene Simmons, the fire breathing Demon, Ace Frehley, the axe slinging Space Ace, and Peter Criss, The levitating Catman. the band have been together for over 42 years and now they have come together to reveal their story of how the band was created and how they succeeded over the years as a group. The most famous of the band was Ge These aren’t your average guys. On January 30,1973, one of the greatest bands in american history performed their first show. Enter Paul Stanley,the acrobatic Starchild, Gene Simmons, the fire breathing Demon, Ace Frehley, the axe slinging Space Ace, and Peter Criss, The levitating Catman. the band have been together for over 42 years and now they have come together to reveal their story of how the band was created and how they succeeded over the years as a group. The most famous of the band was Gene Simmons, the fire breathing Demon. he was born on August 25,1949.Gene was also jewish. Another fact about him was that he wasn’t alway thin. Finally Gene always loved comics as well as music. During his long career as Kiss’s bass guitarist he learned how to breath fire from a magician and to this day he has used this trick in every one of Kiss’s shows. Now after 42 years Kiss has been a very successful band and has achieved many goals that they set asa band. Before the band that was going to become Kiss ever existed Kiss was just 4 guys who loved to play music. The band that was going to become Kiss came together in January of 1973. They had to work their way up at the beginning as a band that no one had ever heard of and into the band they are today. They wore different uniforms and makeup than they wear today. One of their greatest achievements that the band achieved was when they played at the academy of music. The band also had many regrets and mistakes that they made when they were together in the band. One of their greatest regrets was when the bands ego’s made them make 4 separate solo albums. One other regret they made and hated for the rest of their live was when the original Catman, Peter Criss left the band. Also the band had some funny moments in their live as the band Kiss. One of their funniest moments was when the Demon, Gene Simmons hair accidentally caught on fire when they opened for the blue oyster cult. Another of their funniest moments was when they would play practical jokes on each other. One of the practical jokes was when Peter put eggs in Genes boots.But since Gene had some humor he was mad at Peter when he found out what he did, One of the things that the band would have were major fights. One of their fights was Peter’s favorite kind of fight a food fight. Even though the members of Kiss fight at each other,and play jokes on one another but in the end the members of Kiss are just like 4 brothers. If you are a major fan of Kiss and you love seeing them in concert and listening to their CD’s then this is a book that I think you’ll enjoy. Carter Barley

  21. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    Overall, I'd give this book 3.5/5. I really enjoyed it, but I have a few problems with it. My main issue is that the concept was originally David Leaf's, and then Ken Sharp came along and read the manuscript and wanted to collaborate. The final product, although it was Leaf's original concept, is 1/3 Leaf and 2/3 Sharp. Section 1 is David Leaf's original manuscript (with spelling corrections and whatnot). I thought this was the best section of the book. Definitely 4/5 stars just for this section Overall, I'd give this book 3.5/5. I really enjoyed it, but I have a few problems with it. My main issue is that the concept was originally David Leaf's, and then Ken Sharp came along and read the manuscript and wanted to collaborate. The final product, although it was Leaf's original concept, is 1/3 Leaf and 2/3 Sharp. Section 1 is David Leaf's original manuscript (with spelling corrections and whatnot). I thought this was the best section of the book. Definitely 4/5 stars just for this section. It was really cool reading about '70s KISS, since I was born 2 decades later. Reading their thoughts and seeing their camaraderie (for the most part) was so interesting and gave a new dimension to the band to me. Section 2 is Ken Sharp's rendition of post-breakup KISS, after Peter and Ace left. The section is inconsistent with the first section of the book format-wise, which bothered me a bit. It didn't flow as well and read more "interview-y" and less "storytelling-y." The chapters were significantly shorter as well (with the exception of chapter 16, which spans 60 pages). I give this section a 3/5 at best. Section 3 is also a Sharp-composed section with a run-down of all the albums with interviews on what different members, managers, co-writers...you name it...discussing their thoughts on each song/album. This section is very interesting, a 3.5/5 for me, but I feel like it could have been its own book altogether. KISS has been my favorite band since I was a child. I grew up listening to my dad's records. They hold a very special place in my heart. This book, while full of incite, could have been better. I still really enjoyed it. I'm going to settle with 3/5 stars, even though the book is more of a 3.5/5 in my opinion.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Brian Manuel

    Well. I really like the book so far. It's about their beginnings and how they started out. It tells about all the members when they were growing up and tellsx about their childhood mand how they got into music. When Paul and Gene, guitarist and bassist form a band that eventually fails, they recruit the drummer, Peter, into a new band. Then they find Ace, the lead guitarist, and form the band fully When they are on the road, it's very hard beacause they are putting all this money into the show an Well. I really like the book so far. It's about their beginnings and how they started out. It tells about all the members when they were growing up and tellsx about their childhood mand how they got into music. When Paul and Gene, guitarist and bassist form a band that eventually fails, they recruit the drummer, Peter, into a new band. Then they find Ace, the lead guitarist, and form the band fully When they are on the road, it's very hard beacause they are putting all this money into the show and their barely getting half of that as pay. So they all have to get other jobs to just support themselves.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mickey

    This book is a good read for any KISS fan. It's pretty obvious that the book's purpose was to give fans an insight into the greatest band in the world, KISS. Their wasn't really a theme to it besides, like I wrote earlier, it gives insight into the greatest band in the world. The style of the book was a description since all it was doing was explaining about KISS, which was pretty effective since the authors were basically describing events from KISS' view. The writer's opinion is obvious becaus This book is a good read for any KISS fan. It's pretty obvious that the book's purpose was to give fans an insight into the greatest band in the world, KISS. Their wasn't really a theme to it besides, like I wrote earlier, it gives insight into the greatest band in the world. The style of the book was a description since all it was doing was explaining about KISS, which was pretty effective since the authors were basically describing events from KISS' view. The writer's opinion is obvious because they state right from the beginning they love KISS. My opinion on the book is it's a great book and I learned a lot of things about KISS.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Troy R.

    This book is about everything that kiss did on their way to stardom from how they came together to what inspired their music. It is almost everything about them starting at their childhood. They have every gig, movie, song, and album they have ever made. I liked this book because it was about kiss and they did some really weird stuff while on tour. It has everything that makes them what they are. They even explain how they developed the stunts they do on stage from fire-breathing to the smoking g This book is about everything that kiss did on their way to stardom from how they came together to what inspired their music. It is almost everything about them starting at their childhood. They have every gig, movie, song, and album they have ever made. I liked this book because it was about kiss and they did some really weird stuff while on tour. It has everything that makes them what they are. They even explain how they developed the stunts they do on stage from fire-breathing to the smoking guitar.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Christian Lipski

    The first third is David Leaf's unpublished biography from the 70s, the next third is the band and others talking about the phases of their career, and the last third is the band members and others commenting on every song from each of their albums. Being an authorized bio, I was expecting an all-positive scam, but there's plenty of bad blood out in the open, and that's good. It's a good read, especially if you're curious about what the hell Kiss was all about. The first third is David Leaf's unpublished biography from the 70s, the next third is the band and others talking about the phases of their career, and the last third is the band members and others commenting on every song from each of their albums. Being an authorized bio, I was expecting an all-positive scam, but there's plenty of bad blood out in the open, and that's good. It's a good read, especially if you're curious about what the hell Kiss was all about.

  26. 5 out of 5

    John

    This book was a lot of fun! It brought back memories of growing up a KISS fan. The stories behind the individual songs and albums were very entertaining. And I was surprised to see the names of other not-yet-discovered artists as co-writers of some KISS classics. Instead of just being another sex and drugs tell-all, this book focused more on the music and the creative process behind all those songs we love.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    The book is divided into three parts. The first part was obviously written in 1979 and portrays the band at their most raw. It was at the cusp when they were both at the apex of their popularity but also at their most fragile. This os this as 180 AD for the hottest band in the land. Some very interesting anecdotes spread throughout the book. This is the group at their most candid.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    I've been a Kiss fan since the 70's, and though I know lot about this band, there was a lot I didn't know. I particularly liked the band members critiquing the records track by track. Wish there was more from Ace and Eric Carr. And my opinion of Peter Criss took a dive. I thought Gene Simmons was self centered, but Peter Criss is worse. I've been a Kiss fan since the 70's, and though I know lot about this band, there was a lot I didn't know. I particularly liked the band members critiquing the records track by track. Wish there was more from Ace and Eric Carr. And my opinion of Peter Criss took a dive. I thought Gene Simmons was self centered, but Peter Criss is worse.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ralph

    The book is comprised of two separate manuscripts. The first was pretty good and the second was ok. I wanted to know more about the band and not really what they thought of their collection of albums. (the entire second half was devoted to this). Nice pictures that I hadn't seen before. The book is comprised of two separate manuscripts. The first was pretty good and the second was ok. I wanted to know more about the band and not really what they thought of their collection of albums. (the entire second half was devoted to this). Nice pictures that I hadn't seen before.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kenny

    I just finished reading KISS: Behind the Mask - Official authorized biography by David Leaf i thought this book was great book i think the author had a lot of information about KISS and used it very well. it tells you everything you have to know about KISS former musicians and how kiss started.

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