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Old 02-20-2010, 01:27 PM
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This would be pretty rad. Not a KISS fan, but there a band under they "why not" category for me. Cooper would be awesome to see, and I've seen Zombie once and he was phenomenal. Hope this is true.
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Old 02-20-2010, 01:29 PM
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Rob Zombie has posted the following message on his official Twitter profile:

"Big tour news coming on Monday morning! It's a tour match-up that you've asking me about for years. HMMMMMMMM?"
I saw that first and had no idea, so this sounds legit.
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The presence of KISS makes this a $100+ ticket, so I hope it's just Alice and Rob even though I like KISS.
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The presence of KISS makes this a $100+ ticket, so I hope it's just Alice and Rob even though I like KISS.
Worth it if they all play good sets
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Worth it if they all play good sets
Except that KISS won't. They'll play their normal, incredibly average and predictable set.

I can't help but think the two things are separate and Rob will tour with Alice, and the KISS thing is something else.

Otherwise, why announce it in the UK first, when KISS are already touring the UK? There'd be no point announcing a US tour here? And why would KISS come here twice?

Unless it's that Rob and Alice are going to be the support on the UK tour (which so far doesn't have confirmed support bands), and this is only going to matter to those of us with tickets, since all the shows are practically sold out.

Either way, we will know Tuesday afternoon (UK time). I'll let you know what the deal is when I do
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Except that KISS won't. They'll play their normal, incredibly average and predictable set.

I can't help but think the two things are separate and Rob will tour with Alice, and the KISS thing is something else.
Well given that it's KISS, Alice and Rob Zombie sharing a bill makes more sense given that KISS would need their own stage theatrics time and so would Cooper.
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Old 02-20-2010, 04:33 PM
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Except that KISS won't. They'll play their normal, incredibly average and predictable set.
I like the set. I've never seen them before, but I don't really plan on paying to see them more than once.
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The only way this is acceptable is if Zombie is opening the show.
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In theory I think it sounds good but I don't think Kiss would do another long headlining tour after doing a long one not very long ago. Good god can you imagine how long it would take to change stage sets. They'd have to start this @ like 3 in the afternoon lol. I think Zombie/Cooper sounds more reasonable. Don't really wanna pay Kiss price$ either. Please let this be a US tour!!!
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If it is a Zombie/Cooper tour only (I sure hope it is) who closes that show? Sure Zombie is more popular right now but Coopers show blows just about everyone else's away.
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