Out Ladies! The Starchild Is On The Prowl!
of the legendary rock band KISS and confirmed bachelor, Paul Stanley,
has been busy since the band wrapped up the Australian leg of their
farewell tour. "I've been traveling and relaxing with all my
special lady-friends around the world." said the recently divorced
Stanley. When asked what it felt like to be a free man after being
married, Stanley replied "I'm like a kid in a candy store!
So many fine ladies and so little time! I've been all over the country
on a sort of coast-to-coast lovin' marathon! You name it, I've been
there, San Francisco, Miami, Fire Island, I've got ladies in every
spry fifty-year old shows no signs of slowing down. "A lot
of men my age need Viagra, but when I see a fine female form, that's
all I need! I love hot women!"
was recently spotted out on the town with his good buddy, Thor.
(above. Click for larger picture) "Yep, just us poon-hounds
out looking for some tail! Man, I love hot women!" said Stanley.
Mothers, lock up your daughters, Paul Stanley's on the loose!
Ricky Rat Poison?
Teenage Riot cofounder, Carl Crack, died on September 6th, according
to ATR's label, Digital Hardcore Recordings. Crack's body was discovered
in his Berlin apartment, the victim of an apparent overdose. Initial
toxicology reports indicate that Crack had alcohol and various pills
in his system. No word yet on whether he had indulged in his namesake
remaining members of ATR are reportedly despondent over the loss
of their co-leader. "Sure, the irony isn't lost on me"
said ATR bassist Paul PlaneCrash, "I mean, he OD'ed and his
name was Crack."
Joseph Jarts said that Crack had been "happier than ever the
last time I saw him. He and Roger (Rabid Raccoon - Ed.) had
been writing together in hopes of recording in the winter."
Plays Melody Cool
Carey attended a sneak preview of her film "Glitter" with
radio contest winners Thursday night. Carey, looking rested and
resplendent, sat in the middle of the theater, surrounded by handlers
and bodyguards. Overall, the reaction to the film, which has been
called by some "The "Graffiti Bridge" of the new
millennium", was positive.
have you ever had a friend who played you some of their music or
showed you a sculpture of theirs" said contest winner Angie
Buttons of the positive reaction to the film "and you think
it blows, but you don't want to hurt their feelings, so you say
it's good? It was like that." Buttons continued "If Mariah
hadn't been there, we probably would have laughed at all the wrong
stuff. As it was, we just sat there and bit our lips. I mean, she's
not exactly stable right now. "
opened nationwide on Friday.
Band That Saved Rock And Roll
multi-platinum artist will be releasing a follow-up to their last
album in the coming weeks. "Something just clicked this time
around." Said the singer and primary songwriter "We were
in the studio for about eight weeks with a producer and it just
seemed natural for us to be back together, doing what we do best.
It felt really good."
a return to their roots, the new album features a starker sound,
much like their multi-platinum debut. "We felt it was important
to get back to what we're all about." said the singer. Their
last album met with lukewarm reviews with consumers and critics
alike, selling only a fraction of what the previous albums had sold.
The singer said "Experimentation has always been a hallmark
of this band, but it's possible to get too far away from what really
moves you and that's what we're trying to recapture on this album."
to the recent terrorist attacks on the U.S., the band decided to
change the name of one of the songs on the album to avoid offending
anyone. "We felt it best." said the singer "Even
though, it is really against terrorism, we wouldn't want to be misunderstood."
album hits shelves later this year.
What Up With That?
network, MTV, will begin airing a special program explaining Islam
to its audience on Wednesday. The program, entitled "Islam.
What Up With That?" preaches tolerance of the world's third
Iann Robinson explained "With all that's been going on the
world, we thought it was important to enlighten our viewers about
this great religion. What most of our viewers don't know is that
even though these bearded guys in turbans are Islamic, so are a
lot of black guys here in America. We think that if viewers knew
that black guys in America were Islamic, they would be a lot more
into it, like hip-hop and big pants, ya know?"
program also features interviews with many of today's hottest artists,
such as Mandy Moore, Dream, Sum 41 and Alien Ant Farm. "I'm
totally into Islam." said Moore "I know a lot of Islamic
people and I get along with all of them. Most of my security guys
are Islamic. I just wish everyone could know that these people are
all about peace and keeping people secure."
think, if we do our job, thousands of white, suburban teenagers
will be praying at their local mosques in no time." said Robinson.
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