SIX DEGREES OF KISS: NED'S ATOMIC DUSTBIN

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Timmy K. Kramp I accept your challenge and will connect Ned’s Atomic Dustbin to KISS in six steps or less.


Ned’s Atomic Dustbin were a British alternative rock band with two bass players. Their 1991 debut album God Fodder is well worth seeking out.


But how am I going to connect them to KISS in six steps or less? Like this:

1. Ned’s Atomic Dustbin’s second album Are You Normal from 1992 was produced by Andy Wallace.


2. Andy Wallace also produced the 1992 breakthrough album for Henry Rollins’ post-Black Flag combo Rollins Band called The End of Silence.


3. For a 1987 EP the Rollins Band covered the song “Do It” from the 1971 album Never Never Land by British heavy rock band Pink Fairies.


4. Twink, the drummer in Pink Fairies, had previously been in a psychedelic rock band called Tomorrow with future Yes guitarist Steve Howe.

5. After leaving Yes Steve Howe helped form the band Asia, whose first three albums were produced by Mike Stone.


6. Mike Stone engineered Peter Criss’ KISS solo album, mixed Paul Stanley’s KISS solo album, and also co-produced the 1979 debut album by New England with Paul Stanley.



And there you have it.


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