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New KISS book available for low, low price of $4,300

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LONDON -- American glam rockers KISS are unleashing their "Monster" on the U.K. public.

The band -- Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer-- was in London on Tuesday to launch its new retrospective book, KISS Monster, and to hold a news conference.

The limited-edition book -- which is one metre tall -- features unseen photographs from the band's 40-year career.

"A band that is bigger than life deserves a book that's bigger than life. You could call it a coffee table book, but if you put legs on it, it is a coffee table," joked Stanley.

Only 1,000 copies of KISS Monster will be on sale and each one will be signed by the band. It will retail at a staggering $4,299.

"It's not a cheap book because it is hand bound, hand put together. It's the Rolls-Royce of books," said Simmons.

KISS Monster is now on sale in the U.K.

 

-- The Associated Press

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 4, 2012 C2

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