[Mercury Remasters Series]
A precursor to the even more disappointing Kiss release Dynasty, Paul
Stanley is of major historical significance to the Kiss catalog as it
marks the beginning of the end. He commits a grevious error (although
not as bad as that of Peter Criss) by making an album that sounds like...
bad Kiss. Bad move.
You know, I remember a guy named Paul Stanley. The Paul Stanley that
wrote such great rock songs as "Black Diamond", "Firehouse," "Room
Service" and "Hotter Than Hell." Buy that guy and his entire
table a round. But if I only knew him as the guy that wrote "Wouldn't
You Like to Know Me?" and "Tonight You Belong to Me," I'd poop in his
fishtank and flush the goldfish down the toilet. That's right, I'd give
him the dreaded Shitfish. Now you know how, too. Remember that the
next time you go over to Paul Stanley's house to borrow the weed wacker.
...But you know, if nothing else, at least "It's Alright" rocks.