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Artist: Frehley's Comet

Title: Second Sighting

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1988

Label: Megaforce/Atlantic

Catalog Number: 7 81862-2


Ace Frehley guitar, lead vocals
Tod Howarth guitar, lead vocals, keyboards
John Regan bass, vocals
Jamie Oldaker drums, percussion, vocals


1.  Insane  
2.  Time Ain't Runnin' Out  
3.  Dancin' With Danger  
4.  It's Over Now  
5.  Loser in a Fight  
6.  Juvenile Delinquent  
7.  Fallen Angel  
8.  Separate  
9.  New Kind of Lover  
10.  The Acorn is Spinning  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Date: September 20, 2001 at 5:09
This is Ace at his best, just rockin'. Very toung in cheek!!

From: SHAG Date: October 15, 2001 at 10:58
Not too bad!! This album has it's moments!! The vocalist on this album is great!!! This album is much like some of the 80's albums from KISS!! Time Ain't Runnin Out is an awesome song!! The rest of the songs rock, but are average!!! 7 on the scale of 1 to 10!!!!

From: Reno Date: May 3, 2002 at 0:54
I agree with SHAG. Tod and Ace shared vocal responsibilities on this cd, but I like Tods voice better. He also has worked with Cheap Trick in the past.

From: Desslar Date: May 5, 2002 at 2:21
What happened? This is much worse than the first album. Ace's tracks are dull(except for Insane), and Todd's Journey-like vocals don't match the band, pulling it into AOR territory at times.

From: HairMetalManiac Date: November 19, 2002 at 15:29
Insane...what a cool video that was with all of those yummy nurses...also the best track on the CD...I much preferred the debut album over this one

From: uikgd Date: September 5, 2003 at 13:49
a good cd if u like aor moments...'it's over now' is definitely a great song,just perfect...great voice too...what happened to tod howarth?

From: Rycheage Date: September 1, 2004 at 23:50
This was an awkward mixture of Ace's hard rock roots and Tod Howarth's AOR moments. They are both good at what they do respectively, but because of it, the album is stuck in neutral. "Insane" and "Dancin' With Danger" are the highlights of Ace's stuff. Tod's vocal ability shines on the album. "Time Ain't Running Out", "New Kind Of Lover" and "Fallen Angel" are just a few of his gems on this lackluster disc, which some admitted was rushed and it showed.

From: Date: September 9, 2004 at 7:25
The first time i heard this CD I didn't like it. I returned to it and tried again - this time I loved it. It is certainly the most 80s sounding of the 3 Ace studio albums from the 80s, due to Todd Howarth's influence. Insane and Juvenile Deliquent are like the first album. Separate is poor, due to the rapping in it. The rest of the album takes one or 2 listns to get to know, but I do think this is still great stuff. Todd Howarth has a fantastic voice. A solid effort - 8/10

From: Jimbo Date: October 10, 2004 at 21:00
The album should've been titled "The Tod Howarth Project". Ace seems quite content to let someone else do all the heavy lifting here, (Tod wrote most of the songs, sang most of the vocals), and the inane solos are tacked on as an afterthought. Worst of all, the hard rock overtones of the debut are almost completely buried under maddeningly thick layers of AOR drivel. This is truly an album only Mrs. Howarth could love. (And she only listens to it when her son comes over...)

From: ChrisSlade Date: August 6, 2005 at 11:45
I tend to respectfully disagree. I think Frehley`s Comet lost a dimension to the band when Tod Howarth left. Frehley/Howarth had two distict styles that drove some let`s say competition and fire between them that showed brilliantly on all three of their efforts. Frehley`s Comet took a down spin and massive band member changes once Howarth left. It was quite evident when Frehley released a lame "Do Ya" ELO cover on his next album.

From: edwithmj Date: September 7, 2009 at 14:21
Great album. Much better than the first one. It has a nice mix of Tod's AOR tracks and Ace's classic hard rockers. Time Ain't Runnin' Out, Dancin' With Danger, Juvenile Delinquent, Fallen Angel and of course the brilliant It's Over Now are very very enjoyable. This is an album you can just listen to again and again.

From: CLOUD FORCE Date: October 18, 2013 at 17:36
Damn cool album.perfect balance between AOR songs by howarth and the classic rock side(but 80s soundin)of ace songs.some fillers but it rocks,contains some AOR gems!

From: Doug Date: January 29, 2015 at 14:45
Just picked this up, I like it!

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