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„Warum trugen wir diese dicke Schminke? Eigentlich nur, weil wir das spaßig fanden. Natürlich schockierten wir die Leute mit diesen wilden Farben im Gesicht. Aber wir lachten darüber. Und bekamen genau die Aufmerksamkeit, die wir wollten.“ auf die Frage, warum er und seine Bandkollegen von KISS zu Beginn ihrer Karriere nur mit geschminkten Gesichtern aufgetreten seien, Interview mit dem Q Magazine, 11/1994; Übersetzung: Toledo

„in order to be comfortable with other people, you have to be comfortable with yourself.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed


„You're at your best when you don't know what you're doing.“

„Your life and destiny are determined to a large extent by your participation in the outcome.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„The ultimate rebellion wasn’t fighting the system, it was circumventing the system and living your life fully.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„when you reach a point where you can distinguish between the things you thought you wanted and the things you actually need, that is an epiphany.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„During another argument, Gene snapped at Peter: “Peter, you’re an illiterate idiot who can’t read or even talk correctly and never finished school.” “Yeah,” said Peter, “and I’m in the same band as you.” To this day, that remains the smartest thing I ever heard Peter say.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„You can be with somebody and still feel alone.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed


„Judging others and being quick to criticize just pollutes your life. Learning how to open your hand is the best thing you can possibly learn.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„you get nothing with a fist that you can’t get in multitudes with your hand open.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„[... ] I saw the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. As I watched them singing, it hit me: This is my ticket out. Here was the vehicle I could use to rise out of misery, to become famous, to be looked up to, to be liked, to be admired, to be envied.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„Trying to show people how talented and bright you are is the best way to make an idiot of yourself, and we ended up doing that with flying colors.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed


„Gene snapped at Peter: “Peter, you’re an illiterate idiot who can’t read or even talk correctly and never finished school.” “Yeah,” said Peter, “and I’m in the same band as you.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„I wasn’t crazy—I didn’t see us in the same league as Zeppelin.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„Don’t come crying to me, Stanley. Fight your own battles.” Fight my own battles? I’m five!“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed

„One thing I had figured out by then was that talent, like everything else, was just a starting point. What counted was what you did with it. I knew I wasn't the most talented guitar player or the best singer or the best writer, but I could do all of those things, and I had a complete vision of what it was going to take to succeed---a vision that included working, working, working.“ Face the Music: A Life Exposed