Kiss and Sell: The Making of a Supergroup

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Watson-Guptill Publications, Incorporated, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 350 pages
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A behind-the-scenes look at the mix of hard rock and business, this insider's tell-all shows how images are built, money is made, and profits are spent.

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Review: Kiss and Sell: The Making of a Supergroup

User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

Probably the best KISS book out there. It really explains a lot of why the end of the Dynasty era tanked their careers for many years to come. Even during their 80's Hair Band period they felt like they had lost it (which they had.) Read full review

Review: Kiss and Sell: The Making of a Supergroup

User Review  - Rock Cousteau - Goodreads

Writing was less than stellar, but the information shared by the author was interesting and entertaining. Mr. Lendt's job with the band was definitely a tough one and continually filled with ... Read full review

Contents

Z LARGER THAN LIFE 26
BUILDING THE PERFECT HYPE 34
PERPETUAL MOTION MACHINE 62
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