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Phil Dent, Getty Images

When Kiss Said Goodbye to Drummer Eric Carr

Eric Carr of Kiss died on Nov. 24, 1991, after a battle with heart cancer.

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Kiss, ‘Rocket Ride’ vs. The Kinks, ‘Supersonic Rocket Ship': Rock Star Wars

The first round of our Rock Star Wars battle finds the Kinks' "Supersonic Rocket Ship" and "Rocket Ride" by Kiss caught in a blaster duel.

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How Kiss Continued Their ’70s Streak on ‘Rock and Roll Over’

Rock and Roll Over, the fifth of six studio albums to be released by Kiss' original lineup during their glory days, continued the band's '70s streak.

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Casablanca

How a Back-to-Basics Attempt Became One of Kiss’ Most Controversial Albums

Without a doubt the weirdest record Kiss ever made, 'Music from the Elder' was both critically trashed and commercially stillborn.

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Phil Dent, Getty Images

25 Years Ago: Eric Carr Plays His Last Kiss Show

On Nov. 9, 1990, after roughly a decade in the lineup, drummer Eric Carr played his last live date with Kiss.

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YouTube

35 Years Ago: Kiss Conquer Australia, Even as U.S. Popularity Plummets

By 1980, Kiss' album sales were off in the U.S., where the cultural winds were shifting after punk and disco. But demand remained brisk in other parts of the world.

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YouTube

What If the World’s Best Guitarist Auditioned for Kiss?

Mitch Albom's new novel, The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto, finds the bestselling author spinning a yarn about a Spanish war orphan who sails to America carrying nothing but a guitar.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images / Pantages Theatre

How Playing ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Changed Paul Stanley’s Life Forever

He's best known for wearing face paint, leather and gems as the frontman for Kiss, but Paul Stanley spent a big chunk of 1999 wearing a different costume -- and singing a very different kind of music.

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NBC

When ‘Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park’ Debuted on TV

'Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park' debuted as an NBC 'Movie of the Week' on Oct. 28, 1978.

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Casablanca

How Kiss Just Missed a Breakthrough With ‘Hotter Than Hell’

After their modest-selling debut, Kiss was poised for the big time when 'Hotter Than Hell' arrived on Oct. 22, 1974. But it didn't quite work out that way.

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