GENE SIMMONS: 'Asshole' Running Order, Japanese Bonus Tracks Revealed

April 7, 2004

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons has revealed the final running order of the songs set to appear on his much-anticipated new solo album, "Asshole", due on May 18 through Simmons Records/Sanctuary Music Group. It is as follows:

01. Sweet And Dirty Love (Simmons)
02. Firestarter (Prodigy)
03. Weapons (Simmons)
04. Waiting For The Morning Light (Simmons/Dylan)
05. Beautiful (Singh/Addison)
06. Asshole (Tolstrup)
07. Now That You're Gone (Simmons/Kulick)
08. Whatever Turns You On (Williams/Simmons)
09. Dog (Bag/Simmons)
10. Black Tongue (Simmons/Zappa)
11. Carnival Of Souls (Simmons/Van Zen)
12. If I Had A Gun (Bag/Simmons)
13. I Dream 1,000 Dreams (Simmons)

The Japanese version will include two additional songs:

14. Everybody Knows (Simmons)
15. You're My Reason For Living (Simmons)

The first single from the album will be Gene's cover of PRODIGY's "Firestarter", for which a video will be shot this weekend in Los Angeles with directors Mark Klasfeld and Tony Perossian. There is no word yet if JANE'S ADDICTION guitarist Dave Navarro — who appears on the recorded version of the track — will make a guest appearance in the clip.

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