PAUL STANLEY TALKS ABOUT VINYL RECORDS AND A LOST ARTFORM- A.M. NEW YORK
Paul Stanley, of the legendary band Kiss, laments the diminished status of the LP because it marked a loss of an artform.
“The beauty in buying an LP used to be you got a package, a piece of art — something that someone worked hard on to make it creative, dynamic and interesting to look at it and maybe to put on your wall,” Stanley said. “And now with CDs, all you can see is someone’s name. In that way I miss it.”
Stanley said that if the demand called for it, Kiss would release its new album on vinyl.
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