KISS: Behind the Mask - Official Authorized Biogrphy

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Grand Central Publishing, Dec 14, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 448 pages
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After three decades of wild dedication, this official authorized biography provides Kiss fans their first real look inside one of rock and roll's most extraordinary bands.
 

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Kiss: behind the mask: the official authorized biography / David Leaf & Ken Sharp

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Contents

PREFACE
ALLA MERICAN
NOTHIN TO LOSE
THE ELDERS
LARGER THAN LIFE
SPEAKING IN TONGUES
WELCOME TO THE SHOW
SPEAKING IN TONGUES
SHOUT IT OUT LOUD
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About the author (2008)

Ken Sharp has been writing articles about KISS for nearly three decades in such publications as Goldmine. He has also worked as a writer/researcher for music programs on the cable network VH1.
David Leaf is a rock journalist who has written biographies of the BeeGees and the Beach Boys, among others.

Ken Sharp is the author of Starting Over: The Making of John Lennon & Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy, Elvis: Vegas '69, KISS: Behind the Mask, and numerous other books. He lives in Los Angeles.

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