Of course I can break it. Although I made it for a reason and I choose not to.PterCriss wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 7:58 pmYou made that rule so you can break it. Do you have a contract that states that you can't say who you're talking about?nibbler1982 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 7:47 pmWhat don’t you understand about “who shall remain nameless”?PterCriss wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 7:43 pmThen who was the NEW guy? Tell us.nibbler1982 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:44 pmGeez...I hate to bust your bubble but the comment wasn’t about you.PterCriss wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:31 pmNibbs comments to Sphinxy - Brah...it’s soooo good to see your name pop up on the boards. I couldn’t believe my eyes.nibbler1982 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:22 pmWho was talking about you and what does Broke Back Mountain have to do with this conversation?PterCriss wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:19 pmI don't swing that way but glad my tenacity reminds you of your Broke Back Mountain days with Sphinxy. Lol.nibbler1982 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 2:16 pmYOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MY BROTHER SPHINXIE!!!!!!!!TheSphinx wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 1:53 pm I have no idea what you are talking about. The only thing I edited in that post was Invasion was the fastest selling DEBUT album. I put in debut.
Look how bad Asylum did. You didn't see it ship platinum. They spent more money on videos trying to push that album. That one got 3 and it still didn't sell well. And because Asylum did so poorly it went to the "two year plan" on Crazy Nights. The one thing that did help KISS during the time was they began to play up the nostalgia again. The makeup times were back thanks to eXposed being released prior to CN coming out. Crazy Nights can't be looked upon as any success at all. The tour was hemorrhaging money they couldn't even afford to keep paying a keyboard player to stay on tour with them. And they had to pay Ted Nugent decent bucks to help fill some seats.
So what came next? An album that is basically demos. One that had sold so poorly, Chrysalis did a survey during the HITS tour trying to figure out why people weren't buying KISS albums. Yes, "Forever" as a $1.50 cassingle sold well but it didn't move albums.
Other people have quoted it and you can see its the same in their quotes of my post. So what are you lying about?
I've also mocked people for using Billboard's top charting #'s and length as if it proves anything when ST&H was their biggest seller but you wouldn't know that from its chart history. It's sales shouldn't have come as any big surprise. Kiss was pushing the makeup past (since Exposed). It was a new Greatest Hits cd. Cd's had been taking off. It was a great time for people to get a Greatest Hits collection of KISS with old and newer songs like I Love It Loud, Lick It Up.
How long did it take Ace to get a record deal? If Eddie Trunk hadn't given him one would he have ever gotten one?
Ace was relying on Vinnie just like KISS. I mean Ace was playing "Back On The Streets". Then Ace had to rely on a Paul Stanley song. Pretty pathetic of him to record "Hide Your Heart". Ace's most known single from his comeback "Into The Night". One more song Ace didn't write just like his hit NY Groove. Then one of his singles was "Do Ya". A hit songwriting machine he was.
Where the hell you been my man?!?!?!?
Brah...it’s soooo good to see your name pop up on the boards. I couldn’t believe my eyes. I sincerely and genuinely hope all is well with you and yours. It’s so good to have you back.
Our donnybrooks are what legends are made of. The nice thing is the threads never got locked. Don’t get me wrong...those were some dogfights and we did sling a little mud here and there but we always kept a level of civility to it. Good times. Good times.
There’s a new guy on here who shall remain nameless that does remind me of you. He’s got your tenacity for sure...but none of your intelligence and style. He always has me thinking about the good ol’ days.
I tip my hat to the return of a most worthy opponent.
(Now back to our regularly scheduled program)
Nibbs commenting about me. "There’s a new guy on here who shall remain nameless that does remind me of you. He’s got your tenacity for sure."
Nibbs continued about me - "He always has me thinking about the good ol’ days."
I'm flattered that you're always thinking about me. I am the new guy and the only one that has gone back and forth as much as we have over tickets sold vs gross receipts.
I understand you were talking about me. You just didn't think I would call you out. Now you have a Oh, shit moment.
What's that line in an Elvis song...... Don't you know I'm caught in a trap, I can't walk out...
I was talking to an old friend and welcoming him back.
No more. No less.