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All American Man

Paul Stanley, Sean Delaney

This was one of three songs that featured Bob Kulick as the ghost "Ace Frehley" on the studio side of "Alive II." It was also the final song recorded for the album. Sean Delaney had plenty to say about the song when asked: "Actually, to tell you the truth, there were three people that actually co-wrote that, and one of them didn't get any credit. His name was Richard Gerstein, or Richard T. Bear, he was an artist for RCA Records... We were just up at Paul's apartment, and Paul started playing guitar and I started singing" (KISS Freaks Interview). The song was written prior to the band leaving for Japan in March 1977.

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