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Detroit Rock City - Half a Dozen Slip Ups from a Diehard Fan!
- Right at the start when the mother puts on the record the song "I Stole Your Love" comes on, the first track on side one of the "Love Gun" album.
When she pulls the record off the turntable and looks at it its side two upwards.
- Also the little kid in Ace makeup in Detroit is playing the KISS pinball game. Although KISS are pictured on this wearing the Love Gun era costumes, the machine wasnt released until the start of the Dynasty era in 1979, not 1978.
- Gene is playing a Spector bass in the concert scene, he did use this bass live on that tour, but it was just black (with white around the edges), the studs that are on there were added in the 80's.
- There is 90's technology - Varilites - in the concert scene.
- The hydralic lifts in the concert scene come down while also moving forward, the 70's ones just came straight down.
- The KISS logo in the concert scene is from the '89 'Hot In The Shade' tour and shaped differently to the original.
- The two staircases in the concert scene are each missing a step.
- Ace is wearing blue makeup over his eyes, he didnt start this until the Dynasty period a year later.
- The costumes being worn are those from the 96-97 reunion tour, and are slightly different from the original '77 ones.
- Some of the songs played while the boys are driving werent released in 78.
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RadioactiveMick on 09-20-2000
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Comments:
Pumpkinfan writes:
About the last comment.I'm a die hard fan of the movie,not Kiss,but are you sure the songs playing weren't on the soundtrack?If they were playing it doesn't necessarily mean they were listening to them. I hope you understand what I'm saying.When they come into Detroit they are playing a Cheap Trick song that quite possibly wasn't existent back in 77,but it's on the soundtrack... or you could be talking about something completely different and,therefore,I'm a jackass!;)
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