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Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Digitally remastered Japanese reissue of the KISSguitarist's 1978 & top 30 solo debut in a miniaturized LPsleeve limited to the initial pressing only. Nine tracks,including the top 20 smash 'New York Groove'. 1998 MercuryR... more »
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Digitally remastered Japanese reissue of the KISSguitarist's 1978 & top 30 solo debut in a miniaturized LPsleeve limited to the initial pressing only. Nine tracks,including the top 20 smash 'New York Groove'. 1998 MercuryRecords release.
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The Best of the Four Solos
Lance Aaron Walters | Bremerton, WA, USA | 07/20/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Good grief--- I bet Gene, Paul and Peter would even agree that Ace's album was the best! Is there any question about that?
Ace's solo album made it soooooooooo obvious that Ace WAS KISS. Without Ace= no KISS.
I would go so far as to say Ace's solo album is a must-have for any fan of metal. It totally cooks, trust me. I'm 55 and I've heard a lot of rock and roll. But there's no one like Ace."
Solid solo effort
Joker | Michigan | 07/20/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Ace Frehley (1978) was Ace's solo album when each of the four members of Kiss recorded their own separate solo albums in 1978. It's the best album of the four. The album has some cool tracks, such as Rip It Out, Ozone, a remake of New York Groove, Wiped-Out, and the instrumental Fractured Mirror. The music is hard and simple, but the bottom line is that it rocks.
I think Ace's voice is pretty good. Kiss should have had him sing a lot more songs. He only sang a few during his time with Kiss. I think it's cool that all four members of Kiss sing songs rather than having just one lead singer. Blue Oyster Cult does the same thing.
Overall, this is a solid album that rocks. Ace is a great guitar player. The next best solo album from 1978, in my opinion, was Paul Stanley's."