Makeup to Breakup by Peter Criss


The 'Catman' drummer is now the third member of KISS to publish a memoir, following Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley. If you were harboring any hopes that the original four members might ever play together again, consider them dashed now. Makeup to Breakup: My Life in and Out of Kiss is a scathing autobiography that unleashes an incredible amount of dirt on the iconic band--the affairs, the drugs, the chicanery, and the betrayals. No score goes unsettled here. Insider stories from the fascinating to the revolting are on display in ways Gene's and Ace's books barely touched upon. Criss also talks about his life before, after, and after (again) the mid '90s reunion in sometimes cringing detail. If you're a KISS fan, though, you'll lap it up like a cat at a dish of milk. This is one crazy rock-and-roll ride. Paul Stanley, you're next.

Brett @ Central




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