PAUL STANLEY To Guest On 'Extra!'
KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley will take "Extra!" viewers on an exclusive "all-access" tour of his home this evening. Paul also sits down with "Extra!" correspondent Michael Corbett to talk about the much-anticipated concert event of the summer, "The Tour" with MÖTLEY CRÜE, and the equally anticipated Paul Stanley-produced KISS album "Monster".
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KISS's 20th studio album, "Monster", is set for release in October through Universal Music Enterprises. The 12-track, straight-ahead rock 'n' roll album features collaborations among all four members — including co-founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons and longtime members guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer — in an album that shows the band at the top of its game. And that's saying something, considering their illustrious, 40-plus year history — 28 U.S. gold albums, the most gold records for any American rock band, 40 million sales in the U.S., and a total exceeding 100 million worldwide.
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