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Even if you never thought Gene Simmons hand-delivering you unreleased songs of KISS would be a thing, it is a thing

September 14, 2017
KAZUHIRO NOGIMusician Gene Simmons of KISS (R) poses with a Japan's animation character Astro Boy and fans in a photo session during a news conference to announce the exhibition Kiss Expo Tokyo 2016 in Tokyo on October 13, 2016.The exhibition displays more than 100 items of memorabilia spanning over 42 years of the music band KISS, runs until the end of October 2016 in Tokyo. / AFP / KAZUHIRO NOGI (Photo credit should read KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images)

Consider this a piece of news we never thought we'd be interested in reading about, but we couldn't help but click on when we saw it:

If you have $50,000, apparently Gene Simmons is willing to hand deliver you a vault of 150 unreleased KISS songs, and reportedly “hang out for a while” at your pad. How's that sound? Anyone?

We can think of a lot of different ways to spend $50,000 ... but we won't judge—too hard—if you decide to spend it on this rare piece of KISS history.

Everybody has their hobbies. If collecting KISS memorabilia's your thing, today's your lucky day.

h/t @Fortune


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