Contest Launched To Remix GENE SIMMONS' New Single

August 27, 2004 is partnering with KISS bassist/vocalis Gene Simmons to host a remix contest for "Sweet and Dirty Love", the new single from Simmons' second solo album, "Asshole".

The Gene Simmons Remix Contest challenges remixers to put a new spin on "Sweet and Dirty Love" — a Gene Simmons-penned song full of the band’s famous pump and swagger.

Contestants will have access to loops created from the masters of "Sweet and Dirty Love", as well as ACID® Xpress, a free version of Sony Media Software's award-winning loop based music composition tool. provides all content and tools needed to enter the Gene Simmons Remix Contest.

The Gene Simmons Remix Contest runs from August 24 through October 5. The winning remix will receive Sony® Vegas® 5 software, ACID PRO 5 software, and five Loops for ACID™ loop libraries, as well as merchandise from Gene Simmons and Sanctuary Records.

ACIDplanet citizens compose original music, remix major label artists, and collaborate on a wide range of audio and video projects. is the destination site for multimedia creators and their fans.

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