Kiss Has a New Book That's Three Feet Tall and Costs Over $4000
|Paul T. Bradley|
|A view inside the book|
Still not sold? Well, the thing is hand-stitched by the same book binder that makes the Vatican's tomes. So that's gotta be good. Or at least strange, for a group once dubbed "Knights in Satan's Service."
"We got a really good deal on holy water, " said Simmons.
The band claims it's the largest rock and roll book ever made. But it is certainly not the largest book in the world. That honor goes to Michael Hawley's Bhutan: A Visual Odyssey Across the Last Himalayan Kingdom .
It's also not the largest book in the L.A. area. The honor goes to John Audubon's The Birds of America at the Huntington Library. Coming in at 39 inches by 28 inches, it's got a greater surface area than Kiss's.
Shame on you Kiss. Are you saying you want to live in a world where the largest rock and roll book is smaller than some book about birds? We certainly don't.
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