10,000 Volts Ace Frehley

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Label: MNRK Music

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Hard Rock

Artist: Ace Frehley

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  • 110,000 Volts03:24
  • 2Walkin’ on the Moon03:44
  • 3Cosmic Heart03:53
  • 4Cherry Medicine03:39
  • 5Back Into My Arms Again03:36
  • 6Fightin’ for Life03:20
  • 7Blinded03:53
  • 8Constantly Cute03:38
  • 9Life of a Stranger03:57
  • 10Up in the Sky04:27
  • 11Stratosphere03:05
  • Total Runtime40:36

Info for 10,000 Volts

The album 10,000 Volts (Metal Gym Locker - Red Splatter) by Ace Frehley is a must-have for any fan of hard rock and heavy metal. Released by Mnrk Music Group, this album showcases the legendary guitarist's incredible talent and signature sound.With a total running time of approximately 45 minutes, 10,000 Volts features ten electrifying tracks that will leave listeners craving more. From the moment the first chord hits, you'll be transported into a world of powerful riffs, blistering solos, and catchy melodies that will have you headbanging along in no time.Ace Frehley's guitar skills are on full display throughout the album, as he effortlessly blends technical proficiency with raw emotion. Each song is a testament to his mastery of the instrument and his ability to create memorable hooks that will stay with you long after the music stops.The production quality on 10,000 Volts is top-notch, allowing every instrument to shine and giving each track a powerful and dynamic sound. The mix perfectly balances the heaviness of the guitars with the thunderous drums and melodic basslines, creating a sonic experience that is both intense and captivating.One standout track on the album is "Shock Me," which showcases Ace Frehley's songwriting abilities alongside his exceptional guitar playing. The infectious chorus and anthemic feel make it an instant classic that will have fans singing along at live shows for years to come.Whether you're a die-hard fan of Ace Frehley or simply appreciate great rock music, 10,000 Volts (Metal Gym Locker) is an essential addition to your collection. So turn up the volume, strap yourself in, and get ready for an electrifying journey through some of the best hard rock music you'll ever hear.

Ace Frehley

Ace Frehley
Born Paul Frehley on April 27, 1951, in the Bronx, New York, Frehley began playing guitar when he received an electric six-string for his 14th birthday in 1965. Already a big fan of The Rolling Stones, Frehley was blown away when he caught a multi-band live show in N.Y.C. in early 1967, featuring both The Who and Cream, among others, which solidified his desire to pursue rock guitar more seriously.

Frehley began playing in local bands soon after, adding both Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix to his influences and around this time, adopted the nickname "Ace". Although none of the bands he played with had taken off, he answered an ad in a local paper for a new hard rock, theatrically based group in early 1973.

A few weeks after his initial tryout, Frehley was hired as the lead guitarist for the new quartet, joining bassist/singer Gene Simmons, rhythm guitarist/singer Paul Stanley, and drummer Peter Criss to form the band KISS. By year's end, the greasepaint and costume-wearing band was signed to Casablanca Records, and by 1978, had become one of the world's top hard rock bands.

A string of platinum albums and sold-out tours lasted from 1975-1979, until the trappings of fame threatened to break up the band. Frehley's best friend in the band, Criss, left KISS in 1980, as the group unsuccessfully experimented with non-metal styles. Ace Frehley's use of alcohol and drugs increased due to his ever-increasing unhappiness in the band, and, by 1982, he'd exited KISS.

Within a year or two after his split from KISS, Ace began putting his own solo band together, Frehley's Comet. The band played local N.Y.C. clubs, but failed to issue a record until 1987's self-titled debut for Megaforce Records. Instead of following the heavy metal direction of his exceptional 1978 solo album, Frehley's Comet tried to keep pace with the current pop-metal movement issuing two other albums (and a live EP) by 1989.

Around this time, Frehley put his old art talents to use once again through computer graphics, with a few of his images even being featured in an art exhibit. Despite mud slinging in the press between Simmons/Stanley and Frehley in the early '90s, all four original KISS members made up in time to reunite for a 1995 taping of MTV Unplugged. The taping was such a success that it led to a full-blown reunion of the original lineup, resulting in the massively successful '96-'97 Alive Worldwide Tour.

Frehley continued as a member of KISS until the end of their Farewell Tour. Live appearances, including gigs at the massive Rocklahoma festival, kept Ace busy until 2009 when he released the album Anomaly on his own label, Bronx Born Records.

In 2011, he published No Regrets, a detailed and frank memoir which recounted, among other things, his aforementioned struggles with alcohol and cocaine addiction.

In 2013 he celebrated seven years of sobriety and spent much of that year appearing at horror, sci-fi, and pop culture conventions. The following April, after a long wait, KISS were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, before August brought the release of Space Invader, a solo album which took a heavier approach than Anomaly.

This album contains no booklet.

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