Sex Money Kiss by Gene Simmons

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Exhibiting an abiding faith in self and an ability to think outside the traditional parameters of ethics, religion, rituals and social mores, rock legend and Kiss founding member Simmons offers his no holds barred life philosophy. Presenting the book as access to the American dream of money and happiness, Simmons recounts his rise from an immigrant boy who did not speak English until his teens and paid for college buying and selling old comic books, to his current music, recording, acting and publishing successes. Simmons touches on a range of topics, including investment advice, his brief stint as a teacher and behind the scenes Kiss business negotiations.
 

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Gene Simmons was born a very poor Chaim Witz in Israel in 1949, and immigrated with his divorced mother to Brooklyn in 1958. Thrilled by comic books, The Ed Sullivan Show, and rock and roll, Simmons ultimately decided that people crave great rock and roll music and a great theatrical show. People crave excitement and escape from their everyday lives. This inspiration led Simmons to create the most enduring sound in rock music history.
 
Published June 1, 2006 by Phoenix Books, Inc.. 264 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, Arts & Photography, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Exhibiting an "abiding faith in self" and an ability to think outside the traditional parameters of ethics, religion, rituals and social mores, rock legend and Kiss founding member Simmons (KISS and Make-Up) offers his no-holds-barred life philosophy.

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The legendary lothario of the rock band Kiss believes that the most important things in life are money, sex and more money—and he repeats variations on this theme in this highly entertaining book, which that covers much of the same autobiographical ground as his successful KISS and Make-Up, albei...

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The Motley Fool

People may dislike others with such an intense interest in money, but if you want to make more of that money, you've got to find new friends, apparently.

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