Ace Frehley is a 1978 solo album from Ace Frehley, the lead guitarist of American hard rock band Kiss. It was one of four Kiss solo albums released by Casablanca Records on September 18, 1978. The album was produced by Frehley and Eddie Kramer. It featured Anton Fig on drums. He later performed session work on the Kiss albums Dynasty and Unmasked, and became a member of Ace Frehley's band Frehley's Comet
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Written-By – Ace Frehley. A5. What's On Your Mind? Written-By – Ace Frehley. Vocals – Bobby McAdamsWritten-By – Russ Ballard. Issued with a color poster, double-sided insert, offer for the "Kiss Army" and various Kiss and Ace Frehley merchandise. Inner sleeve pictures the solo albums by all four members of Kiss. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Rights Society: ASCAP. Matrix, Runout (Label A): (NBLP 7121 AS). Matrix, Runout (Label B): (NBLP 7121 BS). Matrix, Runout (Side A, Variant 1): NBLP-7121-AS-TH1. Matrix, Runout (Side B, Variant 1): NBLP-7121-AS-TH3.
Backing Vocals – Ace Frehley, David Lasley (tracks: A2, A5, B1), Susan Collins (tracks: A2, A5, B1). Bass – Ace Frehley, Will Lee (tracks: A4, B2, B3. Original album release in 1978. Incldes Part 4 of a 4 Part Poster.
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All of the tracks are strong, such as the venomous opener, "Rip It Out," as well as a few tracks that confirm how Frehley was indulging in alcohol and drugs a bit too much by the late '70s ("Snow Blind," "Ozone," and "Wiped Out"). You'll also find many underrated compositions ("Speedin' Back to My Baby," "What's on Your Mind?," "I'm in Need of Love"), a gorgeous instrumental ("Fractured Mirror"), and the Top 20 hit single "New York Groove
Spaceman Ace Frehley had always been the group’s dark horse. The fiery lead guitar player contributed the occasional track ( Cold Gin, Shock Me, Rocket Ride ) but mostly left the heavy lifting to Kiss founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons. But on his first solo outing, Frehley came out swinging hard. Stanley, who already defined much of the group’s sound, had delivered the most Kiss-like release, while Gene Simmons offered up an unexpected variety show of guests and musical styles. Though Frehley was never gifted with a particularly pleasing voice, he does exude a spirited excitement for Speedin’ Back to My Baby, I’m in Need of Love, and Snow Blind, tunes that would’ve greatly added to any legitimate Kiss album. Kiss: Ace Frehley Ace Frehley.