Paul Stanley of Kiss, as one wag puts it, "sounds less like the frontman for an internationally known rock megaband than a shrill Christopher Street queen stuck outside a club at three in the morning, frantically searching on the wet pavement for the last few poppers that accidentally flew out of his hand onto the ground."
Here's a sample, which you can multiply by 40+ minutes to get an idea of the brilliance of this CD:
So Paul and I were on a road trip, and the iPod serves up a few Paul Stanley gems within an hour of each other. It inspired a new experimental travel game:
When travelling through rural America, as soon as you stop in any town and have any contact with locals (at a gas station, diner, ATM, etc) you must say something to said local referencing the town name in the voice and style of Paul Stanley.
"HEY GOLDENDALE!! DO YOU LIKE TO PAAAR-TY??
"YOU KNOW HOW LONG IT'S BEEN SINCE WE BEEN TO PROSSER? THIS PLACE KNOWS HOW TO RAAAAWK-AND ROOOOOOLL!"
Game ends when you get beaten up.
alternately, you may play the game in your car only within earshot of your travelling companion, which allows for longer gameplay, but a more insular experience.