KISS: Stanley Out-Debuts Them All
Paul Stanley’s autobiography, Face the Music: A Life Exposed, has debuted at number-two on The New York Times Best Sellers list for print Hardcover Non-Fiction. It also placed high on the paper’s Combined Print and E-Book best-seller list (number-three) and E-Book best-sellers list (number-13).
This is the highest-debuting memoir by a member of KISS. Peter Criss is second with Makeup to Breakup: My Life In and Out of KISS (number-seven in the Times), while Ace Frehley’s No Regrets debuted at number-10. Gene Simmons, the first member of the band to tell his story, only got as high as number-14 with KISS and Make-Up.