A Global Army of Veteran Rockers
I was like you Rusty, in that I loved KISS in the day. The first three studios are creations of Wonder--how they did so much with so little talent on their instruments. I still love their debut....Destroyer contained some really great songs (Detroit, Rock City is a classic).
Not sure if this counts:
Remember TV's "George of the Jungle"? Hint: his cartoon tagline was "Watch out for that tree!"
Anyway, I sent in 7 Post Alpha Bits cereal box tops and got a "George of the Jungle" LP. Dammed if I didn't bring that album in dozens of times as my grade school "show and tell".
Teachers really aren't paid enough.
Ah yes, Remember it well, probably because I still have the original 45: R Dean Taylors "Indiana Wants Me":
Released on the lesser known division of Motown called "Rare Earth Records" in 1970
Thanks now I'll be singin and humin' it for the rest of the day !!
My First Eva' purchase puts me in with those KISS fanatics like Rusty: KISS Alive II had just come out,
& I had to have that record! Sure , it may not have been as good as their first "Alive", but it sure was fun
to buy that piece of vinyl, take it home, & listen to it over & over again.