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Gene Simmons  - Don't Worry About Me / Back Home Again download mp3 album
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Album:
Don't Worry About Me / Back Home Again
Style:
Rock & Roll
Released:
1969
Country:
US
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1540 mb
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1714 mb
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1877 mb
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This is a great, truly demonic Gene Simmons song that got lost amidst the high-minded goals of Kiss' much-bashed 1981 concept record ) is brought to shame time and time again by Simmons, who asserts that while he's far from a saint himself, even he can tell that his foe is "not well. He finally goes on to declare his enemy worthy of a one-way trip to hell.

Curious as to why Kiss' Gene Simmons wasn't part of the recent We Are The World remake? Don't be. In the new issue of Classic Rock, the long-tongued bassist lets loose on the late King of Pop, stating that he believes Jackson was a child molester. I knew Michael," Simmons tells journalist Geoff Barton. I ran into him a few times. I met him the first time before he became the superstar, when he was sort of teenagey, when he was still a Jackson Five.

When you have the same members and a few of the members drink too much or do something and you pass the ball and that idiot doesn't get the goal because he stayed up last night and drank too much, you wanna get rid of that guy; he's a loser.

Gene Simmons, X Japan’s Yoshiki Talk Harrowing New ‘We Are X’ Doc. He has no problem showing his passion and crying and pain, Kiss bassist says of flamboyant Japanese star. Kiss bassist and X Japan fan Gene Simmons discusses the latter group's unique appeal in a conversation with X Japan leader Yoshiki. The world was opened up for me by Kiss, said X Japan leader Yoshiki, following a brief performance on his clear grand piano while Gene Simmons stood nearby. Monday night was the Hollywood premiere of We Are X, which tells the flamboyant, frequently tragic story of the Japanese superstar act who found worldwide fame with a colorful collision of thrash metal and classical piano.

Tracklist

A Don't Worry About Me 2:28
B Back Home Again 2:29

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Amy-Mala-Bell Records Inc.
  • Published By – Press Music Co., Inc.

Credits

  • Producer – Tommy Cogbill
  • Written-By – Don Culver, Gene Simmons

Notes

Promotion copy
Published by Press Music Co., Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): 9270-BW
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): 9271-BW
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
119 Gene Simmons Don't You Worry 'Bout Me ‎(7", Single, Mono, Promo) AGP Records 119 US 1969