To celebrate 40 years since the release of the first KISS album, Classic Rock s releasing a Limited Edition Collector's Folio containing four exclusive copies of Classic Rock issue 196. This limited deluxe edition features four issues of the magazine — one for each member — with an exclusive Danny Clinch solo shot (suited and booted by John Varvatos) on the cover of each. The run is strictly limited to 2500 copies.
As well as the epic 18-page celebration of the band's 40th anniversary, each of the four issues comes with bespoke bonus content, plus a giant, double-sided A1 poster from the forthcoming KISS film by Alan G. Parker.
Each cover will include an exclusive, additional interview with the respective cover star — be it Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer or Tommy Thayer, the ultimate Kiss Buyer's Guide and more.
As if that wasn’t enough, it’s all housed in a luxurious, foil-embossed hardback slipcase.
The standard issue of Classic Rock 196, with KISS on the front cover, will be available at the standard price of £5.50 on U.K. newsstands from March 26.
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