This is the very last album-length download I’d previously posted on my old blog, steroids Post-Punk Junk. I’ve been reluctant to put this one up until now. When I’d originally posted it, cystitis it was downloaded 2, ask 500 times in less than a week, and crashed the server of my web hosting company at the time. It was worth it, though!
I promise new posts will return shortly. Been dealing with new job issues — stuff that’s ultimately for the better.
PAUL STANLEY – “PEOPLE, LET ME GET THIS OFF MY CHEST” (197?-200?)
Paul Stanley needs no introduction. Every fucking song at a Kiss live show, however, seems to need one, an inane overly-rehearsed one at that, and some mad genius out there has finally made a CD-length compilation of some of the gems in the Paul Stanley Crowd Interaction canon. A good friend who’s been obsessed with Stanley’s onstage patter for years tipped me off to this one; he’s the same friend who pointed out to me that Stanley, in between songs, sounds less like the frontman for an international megaband than a shrill Christopher Street queen stuck outside a club at three in the morning, frantically searching on the wet pavement for the last few poppers that accidentally flew out of his hand onto the ground.