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Kiss rips off Poison on their Sonic Boom album

posted December 14, 2009, 12:50 pm by dscanland | Filed Under Editorial | comment 1 Comment

Tags: plagiarism, Never Enough, rip off, Nothing But A Good Time, Poison, Kiss

Kiss vs Poison

I was giving the new Kiss album, Sonic Boom a good listen to this weekend while freezing my ass off and I got to the third track, “Never Enough” and thought, “Hmm, this sounds very familiar” and then before I knew it I was singing along to Poison’s “Nothing But A Good Time”. Not just sort of similar like some other plagiarism suits out there but a blatant rip off.

I pulled the two tracks into my handy dandy mixer (Garage Band) and did some fooling around with them and I think you’ll agree that Brett Michaels and his Poison days might have a good case against the might Kiss powerhouse.

First up is the Kiss song in question, Never Enough, secondly the Poison song, Nothing But A Good Time, and then finally here are the two mixed together with a few drop outs to show the comparison:

What do you think?


One Response to “Kiss rips off Poison on their Sonic Boom album”

  1. avatar uberVU – social comments on December 14th, 2009 7:43 pm

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