November 8, 2006

KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley is one of the celebrities offering testimonies on the "Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us" DVD, which is due Nov. 14. Stanley is featured "rocking out" with his wife to McCartney's gig and pontificating on McCartney's importance: "Most people who get admired these days — what's there to admire about an athlete? You don't have a clue what this person is about," he tells AOL Music. McCartney, by contrast, is the voice of more than one generation, he says.

"I'm a big fan. Who isn't?" Stanley says. "In my mind, there's Paul McCartney and there's everybody else. For me to be able to sing his praises? I'm there in a heartbeat."

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