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Album of the Week 19-2016: Ace Frehley - Ace Frehley


When all original Kiss members released their solo debuts on the same day – September 18th 1978, to be exact – critics viewed it as a cash grab. 529 more words

Music

REVIEW: KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park (1978)

1978, Hanna-Barbera Productions/National Broadcasting Company Inc./KISS-Aucoin Productions

Director:
Gordon Hessler
Producer:
Terry Morse, Jr.
Writers:
Jan-Michael Sherman
Don Buday
Cinematography:
Robert Caramico
Editing:
Peter E. Berger… 645 more words

American Films

ACE FREHLEY, back in the high life again

Congrats to Ace Frehley for topping the Billboard Charts and keen KISStoric timing on the release of the fun, if semi-slapdash,  Origins; Vol. 1. 287 more words

Kiss

Cover Of The Week: Fire And Water by Ace Frehley featuring Paul Stanley

I forgot to take this opportunity some time ago to post this week’s Cover Of The Week, but it was lost in the shuffle until now. 136 more words

Music

A Conversation With John Regan

On the heels of my review of Four By Fate’s debut albumRelentless, I had the opportunity to interview the band’s bassist, John Regan. 3,381 more words

Michael Cavacini

Best Ever Rock Songs #2 : Detroit Rock City

“Rock And Roll All Nite” may be their signature song but this 1976 rocker from the band’s 4th album Destroyer is KISS’ true masterpiece. 164 more words