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Artist: Ace Frehley

Title: Anomaly

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Bronx Born Records

Catalog Number: BXBN 90176

Personnel

Ace Frehley Vocals, Guitars
Anthony Esposito Bass
Anton Fig Drums
Brian Tichy Drums
Marti Frederiksen Bass, Keys, Backing Vocals
Derek Hawkins Guitar
Scot Coogan Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Foxy & Free  3:43
2.  Outer Space  3:48
3.  Pain In The Neck  4:10
4.  Fox On The Run  3:33  Cover: The Sweet
5.  Genghis Khan  6:08
6.  Too Many Faces  4:22
7.  Change The World  4:10
8.  Space Bear  5:24
9.  A Little Below The Angel  4:17
10.  Sister  4:48
11.  It's A Great Life  3:59
12.  Fractured Quantum  6:19
  
Total Running Time:  54:41

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Existing comments about this CD

From: True Believer Date: October 7, 2009 at 9:34
This release is different then the previous ones, but still very good. The overall sound is dirtier and there are some psychedelic moments (like in "Genghis Khan" or in Zeppelin-like "Change The World"), especially in solos. Those songs along with "Fox On The Run" (brilliant The Sweet cover) and beautiful "A Little Below The Angels (which reminds of Tom Petty's "Learning To Fly") are the greatest moments of this distinct, yet interesting CD. Good effort. 80/100.

From: Doug Date: October 7, 2009 at 12:20
For me, favorite song is old Sweet song, Fox on the Run. The tempo of his latest “Fractured” tune seems too fast, not sure it carries forward from the great original version. Overall, though not a bad CD. Anton Fig on drums helps.

From: sabace Date: December 15, 2009 at 9:11
excellent hard rock in the one and only style of ace frehley , great guitar ! .

From: onemorecast Date: February 3, 2010 at 18:27
It's only ok and thats saying alot. Sister is my fave so far. Tommy Thayer can do ace better, just listen to sonic boom.

From: CC Date: May 13, 2010 at 8:50
after the disappointment that was the last Kiss album (Sonic Boom), I held off on buying this one initially, but just got it this morning. Now while its not as good as my fave Ace album, Trouble Walkin, it is a pretty damn good album, and far superior to Sonic Boom, thats for sure. I dont think it deviates from the traditional Ace formula too much, but it doesnt sound overly dated either. Theres a couple of tracks that dont quite hit the nail on the head (A little below the angel, springs to mind), but overall its a solid album, with some good hooks. Also, unlike Paul, Aces vocals are not strained, so that adds to the pleasure as well. I'm not trying to knock Kiss by any means, its just that Sonic Boom promised so much, and delivered so little. This one is the opposite though.


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