PAUL STANLEY, GENE SIMMONS On MTV's 'TRL': Photos Available

KISS members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons made a "surprise "visit to the MTV show "Total Request Live" earlier today (October 31) to promote the "Kissology: Volume One 1974-1977" DVD collection. They appeared in makeup and full costume. Check out pictures from Wire Image, Film Magic, Getty Images.

Stanley and Simmons will be at the Virgin Megastore in Times Square tonight to sign copies of "Kissology: Volume One 1974-1977". The autograph session begins at 11 p.m., but only those who bought a copy of "Kissology" at the Times Square location earlier today got a wristband allowing them into the meet-and-greet.

"Kissology: Volume One" is a two-DVD set with six hours of live footage, including four complete shows and rare and unreleased material from the band's early history with the original lineup of Stanley, Simmons, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss. Volumes Two and Three will be released next year.

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