Need some visual stimulation? Check out this video created by Microcinema International for use at Hard Rock Hotels around the world. At the Hotels, it’s synched up with music for which there is no official video. Could work for a ton of different songs, for sure. We really dig it.

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In March of 1966, as their Australian tour came to an end, a few members of The Rolling Stones — Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts — decided to unwind by taking a short break in Fiji. It was during that visit, and due in no small part to a flippant remark made by their road…

ACE FREHLEY’S ALIVE! OUTFITWe own a lot of Kiss costumes, but this one’s the best. Ace Frehley wore it in ’75 on the Alive! tour. Check out the burn mark on the right thigh. It’s from Ace’s “smoking guitar” routine. Too cool. Ace once told us that this costume was a hassle to wear because the shoulder rings would get in his way. He was constantly adjusting them mid-show.

ACE FREHLEY’S ALIVE! OUTFIT

We own a lot of Kiss costumes, but this one’s the best. Ace Frehley wore it in ’75 on the Alive! tour. Check out the burn mark on the right thigh. It’s from Ace’s “smoking guitar” routine. Too cool. Ace once told us that this costume was a hassle to wear because the shoulder rings would get in his way. He was constantly adjusting them mid-show.

KEITH RICHARDS’ GIBSON SGIn an art form predicated on excess, the Stones’ 1972 American tour in support of their landmark double l.p. ‘Exile On Main Street’ remains the standard by which all rock ’n’ roll debauchery must be judged. The tour was like a gang of English pirates descending on the colonies bent on rape and pillage. It was truly sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll – in other words, awesome. Head swashbuckler Keith Richards wielded this badass Gibson SG on that legendary tour the way Blackbeard brandished a cutlass.

KEITH RICHARDS’ GIBSON SG

In an art form predicated on excess, the Stones’ 1972 American tour in support of their landmark double l.p. ‘Exile On Main Street’ remains the standard by which all rock ’n’ roll debauchery must be judged. The tour was like a gang of English pirates descending on the colonies bent on rape and pillage. It was truly sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll – in other words, awesome. Head swashbuckler Keith Richards wielded this badass Gibson SG on that legendary tour the way Blackbeard brandished a cutlass.