KISS: Behind the Mask - Official Authorized Biography by Ken Sharp, David Leaf

By Ken Sharp, David Leaf

Now every little thing is eventually printed approximately one in every of rock music's such a lot outrageous and enduring phenomena. during this definitive, respectable licensed biography, authors David Leaf and Ken Sharp got complete, unheard of entry to Kiss and their internal circle. pay attention the genuine, uncensored tales from Gene Simmons, the fire-breathing Demon; Paul Stanley, the acrobatic Starchild; Ace Frehley, the axe-slinging Spaceman; and Peter Criss, the levitating Catman drummer. Chronicling the group's awesome tale, this exclusive booklet additionally bargains interviews with the various largest stars in rock song, together with Pete Townshend, Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent, Ozzy Osbourne, etc. the one publication that really captures the inimitable and exuberant spirit of the fiery foursome who gave the US its moment nationwide anthem, "Rock and Roll All Nite," Kiss: in the back of the masks is a must have for the band's legion of Kiss military acolytes. * Dozens of never-before-seen photographs * The band's tale, informed of their personal phrases * particular album-by-album, song-by-song remark * In special interviews, today's rock superstars inform why they love Kiss

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Like her first episode, the second one began with headaches and fits of confusion. It then progressed to overwhelming guilt over her father’s death. Her agitation grew, and her family moved her back to the country to calm her. The move did not help. She resisted her three nurses, whom she considered evil, and attempted suicide by jumping from an open window. Luckily, the window was too close to the ground for a fatal effect, and she was not seriously injured. The madness passed slowly with the help of her close friend Violet Dickinson, with whom Virginia had very likely fallen in love.

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