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$5 MP3 Album Deal: KISS Ace Frehley Solo Album
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KISS Ace Frehley Solo Album

The 1978 KISS Ace Frehley solo album is on sale for only $5 in MP3 format until the end of this month. The CD is on sale as well for only $9.98.)

Here’s where I tell to you why you should buy this album, especially for a mere 5 bucks. Let me lead by saying, you know how couples will have their framed wedding photo above their bed? Well, my husband and I have a framed print of the Ace Frehley solo album cover, so you can imagine, I (we) really love this album. Frehley’s first solo effort, which is undoubtedly the best of the four solo records the band members of KISS put out that year, boasts the hit “New York Groove,” but my favorites are the opener “Rip It Out,” as well as “I’m In Need Of Love,” “Wiped-Out,” and “What’s On Your Mind?” I should probably just list off all 9 songs on the album because they’re all awesome. Perfect record from start to finish. GET THIS ALBUM!!!!

Browse all 1,000 albums on sale this month for only $5 each.

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$3 MP3 Album Deal: KISS ‘Destroyer’
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KISS Destroyer

This week, the KISS album Destroyer is on sale for only $2.99 in MP3 format. The CD is on sale as well for only $4.76.

Released in 1976 and produced by Bob Ezrin, Destroyer contains some of the best known KISS songs – “Detroit Rock City,” “God of Thunder,” “Shout It Out Loud,” and the ballad “Beth.” Fact: When my husband and I got together, we realized that between us we owned 8 copies of Destroyer on vinyl (as well as several cassette copies and 2 CDs), therefore I don’t think I need to explain why I think you should grab this album now for only $3.

Browse all 1,000 albums on sale this month for only $5 each, as well as several albums on sale this week for only $2.99 each.

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Happy Birthday, Ace Frehley!
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Ace Frehley live in concert

Happy Birthday today to the “Spaceman” – one Ace Frehley, the original lead guitarist for the rock and roll all night group KISS, whose frantic, spacial guitar work made him one of the most influential guitar players of the 1970s, when KISS was at its highest powers as a powerhouse, superstar hard rock and roll quartet.

Frehley, who was with KISS from 1973 until he left in 1982 and then from 1996 to 2002 when they embarked on their successful “reunion” and “farewell” tours, humbly downplayed his success, even telling Rock and Roll Experience Magazine in 2009 that “I’m an Anomaly, I’m an unschooled musician, I don’t know how to read music, but I’m one of the most famous guitar players in the world, so go figure.” Everything he said in that one statement pretty much encapsulates the career of Ace Frehley.

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Book Review: Ace Frehley – No Regrets
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Ace Frehley of KISSAce Frehley: No Regrets
Written by Ace Frehley with Joe Layden and John Ostrosky
Gallery Books/MTV Books
Release date: November 01, 2011
Hardcover | Kindle

Space Ace Frehley – legendary guitarist and alien spaceman from deep space, specifically the planet Jendell… or the Bronx, depending upon which legend you choose to believe. For his No Regrets autobiography, written with assistance from Joe Layden and John Ostrosky, Ace determines to focus on the Earthbound tales of his back history, examining his memories from childhood, to wild teenage years, to his days with KISS, and his time as a solo artist.

I read No Regrets with immense anticipation. Being a KISS fan is not just about enjoying their music, it is quite literally an obsession that becomes a lifestyle. [Geeks of Doom editors Eve and Dave will back me up here – go on, Eve, tell ’em about it right here: There is a shrine to Ace at the Geeks of Doom Headquarters, and in lieu of a framed wedding photo above the bed is a framed print of the cover of Ace’s 1976 KISS solo album, undisputedly the best by far of the four KISS sole albums.] And a chunk of that lifestyle is discovering more about the history of the band members (original and otherwise), as it makes up a much larger picture of the KISS family.

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This Day In KISStory: 20th Anniversary Of The Passing Of Eric Carr
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KISS

Today is the 20th anniversary of the death of Eric Carr, the drummer of KISS who helped keep the band moving forward during the Eighties. Carr, born Paul Caravello, passed away on November 24, 1991 at the age of 41 from complications stemming from his battle with cancer. The loss was colossal to both KISS and their fan base, but he is remembered.

Eric Carr first joined KISS in 1980, when the band decided that it was time for Peter Criss to leave the group. Or perhaps Peter decided it was time to leave… (choose your side of this anecdote). Either way, substance abuse had taken a major toll on original drummer Criss by this stage of the band that it was allegedly affecting his performances both on stage and in the studio.

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