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  • No we really mean it this time!! Lol.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiss_Farewell_Tour

    I always love bands who continue to wring out that "farewell tour" mumbo jumbo over and over. I think the Stones have been on their farewell tour for the past 40 years.

    But that's what I love about Gene Simmons and KISS, they make no apologies for being the opportunist money grubbing capitalists that they are........and they do put on a great live show.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:No we really mean it this time!! Lol.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiss_Farewell_Tour

    I always love bands who continue to wring out that "farewell tour" mumbo jumbo over and over. I think the Stones have been on their farewell tour for the past 40 years.

    But that's what I love about Gene Simmons and KISS, they make no apologies for being the opportunist money grubbing capitalists that they are........and they do put on a great live show.


    Yep at least they embrace their truth...No denying, no apologies...Gotta admire that much.
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  • Aros wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:No we really mean it this time!! Lol.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiss_Farewell_Tour

    I always love bands who continue to wring out that "farewell tour" mumbo jumbo over and over. I think the Stones have been on their farewell tour for the past 40 years.

    But that's what I love about Gene Simmons and KISS, they make no apologies for being the opportunist money grubbing capitalists that they are........and they do put on a great live show.


    Yep at least they embrace their truth...No denying, no apologies...Gotta admire that much.

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  • Kiss was about the theatre, they had some hit's of course to support it, but the best show for a while in Rock and Roll, the make up was a first. Alice Cooper had a great show as well and still performs, but that was more of a Rock Opera.
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  • They had great songs. And really there is an end to everything. Good luck when they retire.
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