Devereaux Diary

Frehley’s Comet

The Kousins talk about the first solo album, post-KISS, from Ace Frehley, titled Frehley’s Comet. We go through the songs, one-by-one, critique what we do or don’t like, how it felt to hear Ace again, and so on. Were you a “rock soldier” for this album or did you want to “breakout?” Let us know

A&E’s Biography: KISSTORY

The Kousins talk about the Biography: KISSTORY on A&E. They discuss what they liked, what they would have liked, things they knew things they learned, and the overall treatment of former band members. Have you seen it? What did you think? Let us know by calling the TLDNetwork (KUZZ Army) hotline and leave a message

Fantasy ‘Off the Soundboard’

The Kousins talk about each of their “Fantasy ‘Off the Soundboard’” concerts. In honor of the Tokyo 2001 show released last month, the Kousins talk about 10 (or more) live concerts that they’d like to hear from the soundboard and not necessarily spruced up in “post-production.” It’s a wide variety of concerts they speak of.

Top 10 KISS Album Openers

The Kousins talk about each of their Top 10 KISS album openers. The songs had to be from a KISS studio album, with no compilation or live albums, although the four solo albums could be counted. Loyal listeners Nick, Eugene, and Roadie Ray each chimed in. What is your top 10 favorite KISS album-opening songs?

Doro

The Kousins talk about the second album from Doro once she left Warlock, which is self-titled. It was produced by Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer, and Pat Regan. It’s rocking but oddly poppy. One of the Kousins loved it, two were indifferent. Which two? What do you think of this album? Let us know by calling

Badlands

The Kousins talk about the self-titled, debut album from Badlands. There’s a discussion about the “family tree” that led to the formation of the band, rabbit holes, and more. Did you like Badlands or was it just “Bad?” Let us know by calling the TLDNetwork (KUZZ Army) hotline and leave a message for the Kousins

Now and Then

The Kousins talk about the new Paul Stanley’s Soul Station album, “Now and Then.” It’s a lot of Motown goodness that two of the three Kousins liked. Which one didn’t? Have you heard it? What did you think? Did it make you say “Ooh Baby Baby?” Let us know by calling the TLDNetwork (KUZZ Army)

Vulgar Display of Power

The Kousins talk about the 1992 album, “Vulgar Display of Power” from Pantera; their second. It’s heavy, it’s pounding, it’s aggressive. What did the Kousins think? What do you think? Does it give you “Mouth For War,” do you call it “This Love,” or make you feel “Hollow” and want us to “Walk?” Let us

WOW

The Kousins talk about the 1983 Wendy O. Williams solo debut, “WOW”. It was produced by Gene Simmons, featured guest appearances from Paul, Ace, Eric Carr and even Gene. What did the Kousins think? What do you think? Do you like to “Bump and Grind” or are you telling us it “Ain’t None of Your

The Kousins “Best of Solo Albums” (1978)

The Kousins talk about the KISS 1978 Solo Albums. Kousin Tim gave the assignment of coming up with a “Best of” of 15-20 songs and each 1978 solo album MUST be represented with at least two songs. The listeners chimed in, as well. How close or distant were the Kousins on their lists and how