Philthy Phil of KNAC.COM recently conducted an interview with KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley. Asked if KISS would record again, Stanley responded, “It’s possible. You know the problem with KISS recording is that the songs that everybody thinks of as the classics are much more than music at this point, they are really, I guess like snapshots of a point in somebody’s life. People remember what they were doing when they heard a certain song. People remember who they were with, who they were screwing, whatever they were doing, so it makes those songs much bigger than just playing music. The problem with that is that no matter what, KISS would go in and record today, it’s never going to measure up to that. Not because it’s not as good, but because it doesn’t have the history.” The transcript at knac.com has since been removed.
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