- Apr 10, 2004
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nah, I knew what I was paying for, and even got some fake blood all over me while at the pitObviously the euphoria of meeting Al Jorgunsen and seeing Ministry perform clouded your judgment of GWAR, PLAS.
Kiss became a joke 11 years agoKISS actually has songs...like, you're there for the song, not just the show. Their big influences were the Beatles, and Led Zeppelin, and the Stones.
Deuce, I Love It Loud, ....just as good as any old "Rock Band".
Next, KISS spends millions on colossal pillars of fire, lights, flying into the air.
KISS is actually cool, not a gimoungous joke.
Kiss became a joke 11 years ago
and while Detroit Rock City is amongst some of my favorite songs, and seeing them play it live was a very cool experience (they know how to spend their money on a very well executed live show), they obviously used backing tracks during the show
although, if you were to have KISS or GWAR play without their costumes/make up/ stage show... :-/
Hahaha, they should do that, like the old Mtv Unplugged, but it's Mtv De-Persona-ed.although, if you were to have KISS or GWAR play without their costumes/make up/ stage show... :-/
and I really liked the MTV unplugged show they did back in early 95/96, before the reunion they didThat sort of sums up my thoughts. If the music isn't there to back up all the onstage insanity, then it's just lacking in substance to me. Alice Cooper proved it's more than possible to come to the table with fantastic songs to go along with the onstage spectacle. Neither KISS nor GWAR are incredibly skilled musicians or songwriters, to be honest, but I'd put KISS' music over GWAR's as they've at least written some very memorable songs. But I don't know that I'd still sit through a KISS show without the spectacle they put on. I KNOW I wouldn't sit through a GWAR show without all that and might not even sit through one WITH it. I've had plenty of opportunities to see GWAR play live and have never bothered to do so.