In some cultures, black cats are considered good luck. They are a sailor's best friend, a symbol of feline greatness. In 1975, Kiss, known for its lavish costumes, face paint, and pyrotechnics, rolled into town to meet the Cadillac Michigan High School football team, which credited its winning season a year earlier to the band's music. Peter Criss wore a jacket that bore a black cat.
Chikara may refer to: 力, (Chikara), the Japanese word meaning power, capability, or influence. is a compilation album by hard rock band Kiss, released in 1988 The album was released on CD only in Japan in support of Kiss' 1988 Japan tour. It was limited to 100,000 copies and has long been out of print. Early copies included a special sew-on patch of the Chikara symbol
Two-in-one: these mixing glasses are both shakers and serving glasses. Made from 100% glass, they're crystal clear and look sleek. The solid-glass base also minimizes the risk of tipping and spilling the drink. They're more narrow at the bottom for a more comfortable grip and easier carrying.
.: One size: 16oz (0.473 l)
.: Material: 100% clear glass
.: Heavy solid glass base minimizes spilling
.: Durable construction