ACE FREHLEY: Rare Family Photos Posted Online
Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley's official web site has been updated with 12 new pictures, including some rare family photos and a classic makeup picture. Check them out at this location.
Ace Frehley is currently in Los Angeles putting the finishing touches on the mixes for his new solo album, "Anomaly".
The CD was produced and recorded in Westchester County, New York between 2007 and 2009 and is being mixed by Marti Frederiksen, who has previously worked with AEROSMITH and DEF LEPPARD, among many others.
"Anomaly" track listing (not confirmed):
01. Outer Space
02. Foxy & Free
04. Too Many Faces
05. It's A Great Life
07. A Little Below The Angels
08. Fox On The Run (SWEET cover)
09. Change The World
10. Pain In the Neck
11. Genghis Khan
12. Fractured Quantum
Check out the cover artwork below.
Video footage of Ace Frehley laying down a solo on one of his new tracks, "Pain In The Neck", in the recording studio can be viewed below. Ace says, "I've been tweaking the solo and this is pretty close to what you'll hear on the [upcoming Frehley solo] album."
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