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Sonic Boom

Kiss

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In the 11 years since their last album, the big and bloated Psycho Circus, the reunited, original, make-up wearing Kiss split once again when Ace Frehley and Peter Criss hit the door. In a shocking move that disgusted Kiss purists, remaining members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons decided that Ace and Peter's characters were up for grabs, and handed the make-up over to their new guitar-playing spaceman, Tommy Thayer, and their catman 2.0, Eric Singer, for subsequent tours. It was hardly the first time Paul and Gene were painted as an anything-for-a-buck duo — they've licensed everything from Kiss action figures to Kiss caskets after all — but maybe, just maybe, it was a sincere move after all, one designed to please fans. Unlike Psycho Circus with Ace and Peter, Sonic Boom with Tommy and Eric captures the spirit of the original group through simple, unashamedly macho songs that could have appeared on any of their pre-Destroyer albums. Lunkheaded lyrics like "The deck is loaded when I like what I see" ("Russian Roulette") or "Danger you, danger me, danger us" ("Danger Us") aren't so much an issue when the hooks are as solid and the songs are as exciting as they are here. "Yes I Know (Nobody's Perfect)" is the quintessential Gene song with the usual demon bass fills, plenty of cowbell, and "Baby it's time to take off your clothes" lyrics, while the closing "Say Yeah" is a sure fan pleaser, falling somewhere between "Black Diamond" and "Nothin' to Lose." Besides the underlying feeling that there's a bit more smirking than before, there's little sign the original duo have matured, which is good news, but the old-school idea of one song for the spaceman ("When Lightning Strikes") and one for the cat ("All for the Glory") should've been dropped, as both slow down the proceedings, plus Eric's number sings of "We're all for one and we're all for the glory" with absolutely no sense of irony. No one will be turned on to the band by Sonic Boom, and all the usual criticisms — dumb, sexist, gaudy, and dumb — apply, but the Kiss Army have waited over two decades for something this solid and fun. Pretend this is the back-to-basics follow up to Love Gun, and those 20 years of so-so albums fade away. Classic and maybe even a little awesome, Sonic Boom makes that "hottest band in the world" tag much easier to swallow.

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A volte tornano

E' chiaro che i Kiss possono permettersi tutto, chi se ne importa se non fanno haevy come deve essere fatto, chi se ne importa dell'età dei fan, dei figli dei fan e della loro. Si sono messi dietro gli strumenti, hanno riascoltato Destroyer, ROck'n Roll Over e Love Gun per 3 giorni di seguito e ci hanno riportato a quei tempi. Hard Rock elementare, cori, controcori, belle (davvero belle) chitarre e tanto entusiasmo. Hanno inventato la Band perenne, chi c'è davvero dietro quella maschera?

Sono unici

I Kiss sono una band unica da 35 anni sulla cresta dell'onda e oggi sfornano un'album fantastico e pieno di vita alla faccia di chi li ha sempre criticati fin dagli anni settanta. Bravi e al prossimo album.

Rock n roll all nite

Gran bel ritorno...I WANNA ROCK N ROLL ALL NITE AND PARTY EVERY DAY...

Biografie

Formato(a): 1973, New York, NY

Genere: Rock

Anni di attività: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Rooted in the campy theatrics of Alice Cooper and the sleazy hard rock of glam rockers the New York Dolls, Kiss became a favorite of American teenagers in the '70s. Most kids were infatuated with the look of Kiss, not their music. Decked out in outrageously flamboyant costumes and makeup, the band fashioned a captivating stage show featuring dry ice, smoke bombs, elaborate lighting, blood spitting, and fire breathing that captured the imaginations of thousands of kids. But Kiss' music shouldn't be...
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