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Oct 12, 2012|

The Mountain's Alan K. Stout with special guest Gene Simmons hosts a 3 hour Kiss special celebrating their 2012 tour visit to Northeast PA and the release of a new album.

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    the ban was I want I want the demon back I want Gene Simmons . Presents. Back in this band because to a lot of the Les Paul Stanley had pretty much carried the group in India until very well. -- most of their all of their hit singles in
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    The Mountain's Alan K. Stout with special guest Gene Simmons hosts a 3 hour Kiss special celebrating their 2012 tour visit to Northeast PA and the release of a new album.

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    was made love you but other groups are doing it as well the Rolling Stone certainly. Dabbled in that sound a little bit with their some girls record actually took a shot. I sure know something the song I recorded it for a charity album Contra cost seven. A couple of years ago a big event -- used to do in the Wilkes-Barre area for charity. And kids helped out in that concert a very nice way when you're right they reached out to the group. -- told we're doing a concert for charity it was gonna benefit children here in the area. And within a couple of days Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley had sent an autographed guitar and nice story about kissing. Maybe a lot of people weren't aware of them thought I'd share. Tonight on the program for that we heard she handy for 1980s unmasked album huge hit for the band in Australia. And before that we heard he's really reminiscing a little bit about the unmasked tour. Down under -- to show rolling here. Getting back to our current interviewee Gene Simmons -- obviously very excited about the new monster album that's coming out and October. And how basically. With this record he feels
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    The Mountain's Alan K. Stout with special guest Gene Simmons hosts a 3 hour Kiss special celebrating their 2012 tour visit to Northeast PA and the release of a new album.

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    with the group. They've been saying for years how much they love The Beatles and The Rolling Stones and -- and Led Zeppelin . And of course all those bands were influenced by American blues artists you're a little bit of American who's in this one
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All right Rebecca won a two point we have from the mound in the kiss on the mountain. Radio's special back in 1994 had opportunity in their view original -- dumber Peter Criss. And I talked to him -- ballots. Some of his favorite memories of kiss and I thought. That they probably would have been having a song like death which she co wrote and sang become a top ten hit. Or maybe winning that people's choice award for his -- but his answer was something much more simple. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- have. Got our our that are. Oh yeah collect. Unbelievable talent have. You're OK okay I've got hardcourt and thought it looked great yeah. Well -- at a gut and player player but what about. -- burger I thought really. You know all of the great you know the world. It never. I don't know about. We're going to cue up another one of the archives interviews that I did here was kiss this one with Paul Stanley. From 1998. And obviously with kids coming to town on Tuesday met with Motley -- everybody's excited about the shell. And here Paul talks about. The show. We want to entertain and -- Only capital letters were very proud to be entertainers were nutrition and we're rock -- We have this stage and then it's time to take you know then you'll -- -- they're just not about news for the future hall news service. You might you -- if you wanna show that's really what you're doing you. Don't see a show it would -- -- on Hannity and field here yeah. National school we come home you know we. Were all members of the audience yeah. I remembered who often seen in the audience through the show and never having money that was -- mine. Am also feeling. He observed yeah disappointed at the board disrespect deploy Avaya and I think I forget that I've put them on stage and I was paying their car in there well I think we're too. Seriously I'm. I'm not ashamed to say the ring that comment doesn't seem very content. Okay. Okay. I. Kids -- -- 2.3 from the mountain with cold June. From 1974. From their debut album song that -- really said he quote unquote grow on the subway when I was a kid. I don't know that because he said it onstage at the westside -- in Scranton 1985. Before that kids would love garlic and the 1970 fives. Dressed to kill we're going to be taken a break now before do I wanna remind everybody of the contest we have going on on the web -- 10 to the mountain dot com. Got your opportunity there to win tickets to the -- showed a montage mountain on Tuesday night. The chance to win backstage passes we've got. I'm special limited edition destroyer resurrected copies on vinyl and CD as well as. These kids Icahn's double CD greatest hits package so again just go to the website one to the mound dot com click on the kiss link. They should -- had your mountain community password with you and the password this week is. Pyro went on to the mountain dot com get yourself backstage Tuesday night. Montage we -- flash all right Rebecca won a 2.3 from the -- this is these kids on the mountain radio special. Presented in part by the weekend and one of our sponsors which I appreciate. A place -- for an interview with you have made him with Paul Stanley back in 2004. On the rocked the nation tour. -- had done a farewell tour in 2000. And it wasn't long after that that Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. Began to have second thoughts about that. And they basically resurrected the band kept the -- going with Eric singer and Tommy Thayer who. They've talked about a lot here on some of the interviews that we played -- during the program. These are. Paul Stanley spots on the idea of Tommy. And Eric. Wearing the same makeup as -- freely in Peter -- which previously had always been presented as an extension of the individual members. A kiss his personality yeah. Most original okay. Notion. -- or anyone else warm today. And effective then we spent thirty years okay buildings. And the -- -- then pilgrimage to car and head yeah. You could take a picture yeah arguably anywhere in the world and people -- you know. That it -- in -- yeah they would be able to coordinate all the members there and that's the point ultimately. Importantly has always been. Okay -- a legend. -- -- -- Hopefully it. You want in no uncertain terms. I have I have Davis the man never been better. -- -- -- -- -- -- The -- that we're playing then beat the flexibility we have no debate. Okay. Crowd response and everything. They're the die hard and did you know. Okay. Automatically. Part of you know the -- where do you know beg him. Like Barbara good looking man in my blood pressure orbit yeah. -- Paul Stanley back in 2004. Talking about the band's decision to continue on. After the 2000. Farewell tour which obviously a lot of people are very happy that if you seen any of the pictures that the band has been posting on its FaceBook page. But the current source Motley -- The crowds have been. He enormous way to play one's for you now hear from nineteen. 85 this is from the asylum album I remember when this record came out there and interview upon -- magazine. And the interviewer said. They'll come radar for love sounds so much like black dog. And Paul Stanley said. Because I love -- up.



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