Lost 1973 KISS Photos To Be Included In VH1 Special This Saturday

Several newly discovered KISS photos from 1973 will be unveiled for the first time Saturday when VH1 premieres "When KISS Ruled The World".

Over 100 color slides of the band were recently discovered by "KISS Alive Forever" co-author Curt Gooch in a New York basement belonging to a former KISS roadie. The images show KISS auditioning for Casablanca Records President Neil Bogart in a ballet studio, rehearsing at the Fillmore East with and without makeup and recording their landmark first album in Bell Sound Studios in November of 1973.

Curt Gooch, along with his "KISS Alive Forever" co-author Jeff Suhs, are currently working on a follow up to their 2002 Billboard Books release and will include as many of the newly discovered 1973 KISS photos as possible in their new book, which is tentatively, titled "KISS Out On The Streets 1973 - 1976".

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