Tag: Peter Criss

Music, Popdose Flashback

Popdose Flashback 1974: Kiss, “Hotter Than Hell”

It is nearly impossible to imagine a world without Kiss at this point. Whether you are a full-on soldier in the Kiss Army or you...

Book Reviews, Books, Popdose

Book Review: “Face the Music: A Life Exposed”

Is Paul Stanley's epitaph: "Loving father and husband; asshole bandmate?" ...


Top Five Non-Makeup KISS Albums

When they took off the makeup, did KISS have good records? Um, yeah!...

Neil Peart and Peter Criss


Neil Peart and Peter Criss, BFF

Wherein three Popdose staff members reveal previously unpublished correspondence between drumming legends Neil Peart and Peter Criss....


Kiss-Off: The Incredible Self-Delusion of Paul Stanley & Gene Simmons Has Reached Its Zenith

Proving once and for all that they care about the fans, Kiss has decided not to play with their most popular lineup at the Rock and Roll...

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Kiss, “Monster”

Could it really be Kiss?...

James Hetfield

Music, Popdose Lists

Top 5 Music Autobiographies That Need to Be Written

There are a lot of great music autobiographies out there, but there are great ones still to be written. Chris Holmes counts down the Top 5....


Spin Cycle: Kiss, Destroyer [Resurrected]

Do you remember the first full-length LP you ever bought? Mine was Kiss’ Destroyer, which I purchased in 1976 at the ripe old age...



The Singles Bar: Kiss, “Hell or Hallelujah”

KISS is back with a new single! Check out the lyric video and let us know what you think!...


Music, The Very Guest Of...

The Very Guest Of… John Cale

Welshman of sorts, person of course, Godfather of Punk, erstwhile Velvet and renegade classicist; John Cale is full of surprises, and you...


Ken Shane's Soul Serenade, Music

Soul Serenade: Bobby Lewis, “Tossin’ and Turnin'”

This week I bring you another one of those classic soul songs that I just couldn’t stop listening to back in the day. I played the 45...


Chart Attack!, Music

CHART ATTACK!: 11/20/76

A duck, a muskrat, and Rod Stewart in a bowtie -- the only thing that could save this Billboard Top 10 is a four-minute talkbox solo. It's...


CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Kiss, “Sonic Boom”

Any good label manager would tell you: don’t name your album something a reviewer could turn into a catchy, snarky counterpoint. But...