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PAUL STANLEY SAYS KISS HAD NO OTHER CHOICE THAN TO GO UNMASKED

Paul Stanley feels that Kiss had no other option than to go "unmasked" in 1983 with the release of their Lick It Up album. Stanley, who will be inducted along with Kiss into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month, has come under attack along with Gene Simmons for deciding that no lineup of Kiss would be performing at the celebrations -- in essence robbing fans of one last time to see the band's founders, including Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, play together.

Over 30 years ago, on September 18th, 1983, Kiss -- then featuring guitarist Vinnie Vincent and drummer Eric Carr -- unveiled themselves without makeup for the first time live on MTV. Paul Stanley told Guitar World that it had come to a point where Kiss needed to make a drastic change, recalling, "I didn’t see any other choice at that point. And I take my hat off to Gene that, although he was uncertain about it and maybe less comfortable with it, he came to realize that it was the right move. Or at least he saw that I was very committed to the idea."



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03/04/2014 12:53PM
PAUL STANLEY SAYS KISS HAD NO OTHER CHOICE THAN TO GO UNMASKED
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