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Frehleys Comet – Second Sighting



Ace Frehley (vocals, guitar)
John Regan (bass, vocals)
Jamie Oldaker (drums, vocals)

Tod Howarth (keyboards, vocals)
Anton Fig (drums)

Produced by: Frehley’s Comet, Scott Mabuchi 
Engineered by: tbd
Mixed by : tbd
Digitally Remastered by: tbd

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Special Deluxe Collector’s Edition – fully remastered sound shaped from 24 BIT digital technology. 12 page full colour booklet – 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork, unpublished photos and band involvement. as a founding member and lead guitarist of Kiss, Ace Frehley – known affectionately as the Space Ace – was probably one of the most identifiable rock stars of the 70s. Indeed, his profile was so prominent that when the band hatched the brilliant idea of releasing four solo albums simultaneously, it was Ace’s record that not only sold the most but also attracted the best reviews. It was a fact that apparently still irritates the rest of Kiss to this very day. By the early 80s however things for Ace were getting decidedly shaky and, it must be said increasingly, out of control. Losing grip on his situation and his standing within the band, Ace’s departure in 1982 was almost inevitable. Fortunately, the Kiss Army remained loyal and eagerly awaited his return to active duty with Frehley’s Comet, a project powered by him alone. ‘Second Sighting’, originally issued in 1988, was the second outing from this unit gathering together a working band that featured seasoned drummer Jamie Oldaker, ex John Waite bassist John Regan and, perhaps most importantly, songwriter and multi instrumentalist Tod Howarth, a man who had gained a stirling reputation as leader of cult AOR favourites 707 and live work with both Cheap Trick and Ted Nugent. Bristling with energy and hard rock firepower, ‘Second Sighting’ takes no prisoners, allowing Ace to stretch out and take command of his legacy in a manner that befitted his explosive and larger than life reputation.”

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