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Re: Greatest KISS memories
« Reply #30 on: March 06, 2019, 11:53:33 PM »
That's awesome. And that's the real Kiss too. I was just commenting in another thread how I'm going through wrestling phase again (the old school matches that is).

I miss the days of WCW Nitro and WWF Raw-1990s
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Re: Greatest KISS memories
« Reply #31 on: March 20, 2019, 04:14:12 PM »
KISS memory 2, 666

KISS Conventions 1995

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d6B9IQXlaCY&t=25s
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Re: Greatest KISS memories
« Reply #32 on: April 03, 2019, 08:10:10 PM »
I've been a Kiss fan since 83?  I saw the tv ad for the CREATURES OF THE NIGHT album and was completely enthralled.  I had decided without hearing anything that I wanted to be one of them for Halloween, so my uncle gave me ALIVE and ALIVE II on album.  I was 8 years old and just fell in love.  Yes, I was Peter for Halloween that year and began a lifelong love.

I just saw them for the first time ever this past week in Pittsburgh and it was worth every penny of the $450 I paid for my wife and I to have floor seats.  So many highlights, such a great show, but closing with Black Diamond was one of the moments still in my head as I gush over the show.

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Re: Greatest KISS memories
« Reply #33 on: April 03, 2019, 11:54:30 PM »
I've been a Kiss fan since 83?  I saw the tv ad for the CREATURES OF THE NIGHT album and was completely enthralled.  I had decided without hearing anything that I wanted to be one of them for Halloween, so my uncle gave me ALIVE and ALIVE II on album.  I was 8 years old and just fell in love.  Yes, I was Peter for Halloween that year and began a lifelong love.

I just saw them for the first time ever this past week in Pittsburgh and it was worth every penny of the $450 I paid for my wife and I to have floor seats.  So many highlights, such a great show, but closing with Black Diamond was one of the moments still in my head as I gush over the show.

Nice to hear/read some positive feedback from KISS' End of the Road tour. Welcome to the Show, The Red Death 30. Nice to see another KISS fan on the UMA.⚡🤟🎸
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Re: Greatest KISS memories
« Reply #34 on: April 05, 2019, 06:06:06 PM »
I've been a Kiss fan since 83?  I saw the tv ad for the CREATURES OF THE NIGHT album and was completely enthralled.  I had decided without hearing anything that I wanted to be one of them for Halloween, so my uncle gave me ALIVE and ALIVE II on album.  I was 8 years old and just fell in love.  Yes, I was Peter for Halloween that year and began a lifelong love.

I just saw them for the first time ever this past week in Pittsburgh and it was worth every penny of the $450 I paid for my wife and I to have floor seats.  So many highlights, such a great show, but closing with Black Diamond was one of the moments still in my head as I gush over the show.

Awesome, we have some Kiss Army members on this forum for sure \m/