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Frehley's Comet

Frehley's Comet was essentially former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley's late-'80s/mid-'90s solo project -- with a revolving door of members, Frehley was the only constant member. The seeds for Frehley's solo project were planted with the success of his 1978 solo album (all four Kiss members issued solo albums simultaneously), with Frehley's being the best of the bunch, and the only one to spawn a hit single, "New York Groove." With his growing unhappiness with the unfocused direction Kiss was headed in by the early '80s, Frehley officially left the group in 1982. But Frehley was slow to get his solo career up and running, playing only a handful of East Coast dates in late 1984 that resulted in a failed recording contract with the Bronze label (the company went out of business shortly after Frehley signed on).

Frehley was eventually signed to Megaforce Records, forming Frehley's Comet along with guitarist/vocalist Todd Howarth (replacing original member Richie Scarlet), bassist John Regan, and drummer Anton Fig. The quartet issued its well-received self-titled debut in 1987, nearly hitting the Top 40 as longtime Kiss fans welcomed back the MIA guitarist. 1988 saw a pair of releases from the group, the five-track EP Live +1 and their full-length sophomore effort, Second Sighting, as Fig returned to his regular drum job (as part of the house band on Late Night With David Letterman) and was replaced by ex-Eric Clapton skinsman Jamie Oldaker. The album was an obvious attempt to zero in on the then-burgeoning pop metal movement (Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, etc.), but proved to be a disappointment both musically and commercially -- not even an opening spot on a summer-long tour with Iron Maiden could resuscitate sales.

However, 1989 saw Frehley return strong with Trouble Walking, produced by the same gentleman who manned the boards on his 1978 Kiss solo album and Frehley's Comet, Eddie Kramer. The album faired better than its predecessor (a remake of ELO's "Do Ya" even enjoyed some airtime on MTV), and signaled the return of original Frehley's Comet guitarist Richie Scarlet, but failed to replicate the success of Frehley's previous masked band. Now completely a solo vehicle for Frehley with little input from its other members, Frehley's Comet called it a day shortly thereafter, as Frehley and Scarlet would tour together throughout the remainder of the decade, until Frehley re-joined Kiss for their successful reunion tour in 1996 and beyond. The late '90s saw the release of two Frehley's Comet compilations, 12 Picks and Loaded Deck, both of which contained highlights and previously unreleased material. ~ Greg Prato
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Track List: Second Sighting

1. Insane

2. Time Ain't Runnin' Out

3. Dancin' With Danger

4. It's Over Now

5. Loser In A Fight

6. Juvenile Delinquent

7. Fallen Angel

8. Separate

9. New Kind Of Lover

10. The Acorn Is Spinning

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I could here this song playing as movie credits were showing
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sammi_curr19 8 6
How the heck It's Over Now wasn't a smash hit single,I'll never know.So many of these types of bands had smash hits with the power ballad and half of them were not even as good as It's Over Now.
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I have always loved Aces work. He gets little credit for his contribution to evolution of rock guitar. Greats like Dimebag Daryl and Slash said they idolized Ace when they were growing up, I think he's one of the most influential guitarist ever. Keep rockin Ace
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I got Sailor Mars and Psylocke. I need Sailor Jupiter from Iriwin toys, ki dolls and kiss radio.
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My idol...
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Paul Daniel frehley aka ace frehley he day boss from the eyes of a 13 year old 70s and 80s rock lover
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Acefrehley is the best
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Ace is the greatest!
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Rock on Ace......... .
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Loved the fact that Ace was able to show off more talent that Gene and Paul restrained.
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kiss band
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Love frehleys comet. Had their cassettes in the 80's. Lol
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Ace is the one.of best guitarist's in the world.
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Ace is the coolest person that you can be yourself around
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garylleonard 3
Ace is a good soul I met him once so down to earth a really good guy
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Ace is ace
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jasongillis7
And if you are talking about each one of their solo albums, I have all 4 tapes....ver y few good songs....on Gene's, he does the Jiminy Cricket's when you wish upon a star!
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jasongillis7
Ace's 1st album was "Frehley's Comet"....ha d both "tapes"!
Other album had some good songs!!
He was probably the most talented of all of them!! Either him or Eric Carr--2nd drumer
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napalee65
Definatly original. Would be cool to have seen ace and jimi jam together
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brm110
ace did a solo album when he was in kiss. where's it at on here? can't find it. plus where is the first frehley's comet cd? he had 1 before second sighting. what's up with that? someone tell me.
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The king!
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I really like Ace's music. It's unique and has a very honest approach, not to mention his blistering guitar work!

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