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KISS FANS JOIN THE COLLECTORS' PARTY!
Larger than life, KISS captures the spirit of the 1970s so effectively that today—after 30 years of performing—the band's concerts still sell out. From the history of the band and its followers, the KISS Army, to the most complete listing of prices ever compiled on everything from tour books to guitar picks, this is absolutely the best and most up-to-date guide to KISS memorabilia!
• Record releases from the U.S.A. and worldwide—record by record
• Collectibles from the U.S.A. and other countries
• Where to buy and sell KISS collectibles
• Includes posters, dolls, records, press kits, make-up kits, T-shirts, jewelry, buttons, record awards, and much more
The demand for merchandise featuring the KISS logo gets stronger year after year. Now is the time to join the fun or add to your collection.
Launching the new Fretmaster series, this book is part biography and part teaching guide. It goes inside the story of the accident in which Django Reinhardt lost the full use of his left hand and provides in-depth analysis of this artist's technique, tone, and harmonic approach. The accompanying CD includes eight of Reinhardt’s classic original recordings as well as newly recorded backing tracks without lead guitar for perfect practice sessions. Django Reinhardt allows guitarists to get closer than ever to the bewitching, addictive, and at times bewildering technique of this guitar great.
From Reggie “Fieldy” Arvizu, legendary bassist of nu-metal pioneers KORN, comes Got the Life: a no-holds-barred look at his extreme highs, drug- and-booze-fueled lows, and, finally, redemption through a conversion to Christianity. Got the Life is simultaneously an insider’s look at rock n’ roll superstardom—the good, the bad, and everything in between—and a survivor’s story of a life brought back from the precipice by a new found belief in religious salvation.
Collecting three decades worth of of essential interviews with the punk rock pioneers from Queens, NY, RAMONES: INTERVIEWS starts with the band's earliest publicized moments in 1975 and ends with a series of reflections from its principle members prior to their untimely deaths. Exhilarating, gripping and often fun, these brilliantly honest media interactions -- weaved together by music scribe John D. Luerssen -- allow the members of the trailblazing Ramones the opportunity to tell their unique, unforgettable story. RAMONES: INTERVIEWS is a must read for all Ramones disciples and anyone interested in the real evolution of punk rock.