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Artist: Ace Frehley

Title: Trouble Walkin'

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1989

Label: Megaforce/Atlantic

Catalog Number: 7 82042-2

Personnel

Ace Frehley guitars, vocals
John Regan bass, synth FX
Richie Scarlet guitars, vocals
Anton Fig drums, percussion
Sandy Slavin drums, percussion

Tracks

1.  Shot Full of Rock  
2.  Do Ya  
3.  Five Card Stud  
4.  Hide Your Heart  
5.  Lost in Limbo  
6.  Trouble Walkin'  
7.  Too Young to Die  
8.  Back to School  
9.  Remember Me  
10.  Fractured III  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: SIXXSWINE Date: April 23, 2001 at 13:08
The last solo Ace disc before signing on to do the KISS reunion. This is a mixed bag of throw aways with some very strong material. The cover of Do Ya is great, you almost get the feel of it being one of better original songs. Again surrounded by a group great musicians. I guess you'd expect alot more when you have such a great line-up & guests, the measuring bar is a little higher. 5.0 on this one

From: Tony Date: April 29, 2002 at 19:18
Best thing Ace ever put out non-Kiss as it's less produced than the Frehley's Comet stuff and he sounds more "honest" to me when he plays down-n-dirty rock-n-roll. Excellent guitar playing but something tells me this is the best he could ever do by himself as he's just not the strongest songwriter.

From: Patrik Ek Date: June 6, 2002 at 3:59
Very good album if you like Ace 1978 solo album. The sound is more in that direction, not like the Frehley´s Comet pussy stuff! Cheers /Patrik Ek, Sweden

From: chad Date: August 11, 2002 at 20:57
after they broke up Anton Fig played drums in David Letterman's band on TV...just wierd trivia...

From: b casarin MEX Date: September 26, 2002 at 20:27
donde estan los 2 primeros?, son los mejores

From: Richard H. Date: September 27, 2002 at 1:15
The true star of KISS has a brand of rock & roll all of his own.You either love it or hate it which is how it should be anyway.Includes one of the many versions of "Hide Your Heart" released around the same time(most notably by Kiss, Molly Hatchet & Bonnie Tyler).Ace's version was the best offering..........obviously!

From: Great Dane Date: January 7, 2003 at 8:28
Just gave this cd a try. Its been in my collection for ages, and I never really listened to it. D A M N Its good. I feared it would be on my Worst 25 list, but NO WAY. If I should mention one bad thing it would be, the lame cover of Hide Your Heart. I now have it by KISS, ACE FREHLEY, ROBIN BECK and MOLLY HATCHET. Any one else.??? If you dont have this disc, GET IT.

From: Poison Arrow Date: January 9, 2003 at 13:37
yeah this is a cracking disc. love it and I'm not even a big ace fan. all I can say is, thank jeezus Peter Criss didn't see fit to cover Hide Your Heart as well. I'm imagining it right now, and it's not good haha

From: Scott Date: April 9, 2003 at 13:02
Ace Rules! Ace's version of 'Hide Your Heart' is superior to Kiss' and FAR superior to Molly Hatchet's butchered version. www.nolifetilmetal.com

From: Gar Date: May 17, 2003 at 20:54
Great remake of ELO's "Do Ya", but aside from that there's not too much to recommend. It's a competent album, but its loaded with throwaway songs. Ace really should have used more outside help in the songwriting department.

From: Blue Tequila Date: May 18, 2003 at 20:05
On the Trouble Walkin' CD I just bought (1998 Megaforce) it says "Frehley's Comet" on the spine but it says "Ace Frehley" on the front. I did not think this was a Frehley's Comet release. Is this a reissue printing error or does the original 1989 release say "Frehley's Comet" on the spine as well?

From: Gar Date: May 21, 2003 at 1:39
The original release says "Ace Frehley" on the spine. Don't know why they changed it to "Frehley's Comet" for the re-release.

From: ace Date: June 4, 2003 at 2:00
the space ace rules all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!UP THE IRONS MATE.

From: ace frhely Date: October 1, 2003 at 16:54
ace frehley

From: keebler Date: October 8, 2003 at 2:54
i love ace he rips and this cd isn't that bad.

From: CC Date: November 6, 2003 at 14:27
My fave Ace album ever. Couple of songs benefit from Skid Row doing backing vocals etc. Not a crappy track on the whole album!

From: robert Date: December 16, 2003 at 21:18
No esta mal!! 6/10

From: red Date: March 2, 2004 at 19:43
Ten times better than Kiss-Hot in the shade which came out the same year.

From: Rycheage Date: September 1, 2004 at 23:41
Not as polished as the Frehley's Comet CDs of a few years back and it's actually a good thing. "Do Ya" is an excellent cover of the ELO track and Ace does a bang up job on "Hide Your Heart" as well. "Shot Full Of Rock" and "Trouble Walkin" are exactly what we expect from Ace. "Fractured III" has some classy playing on it. Highly recommended if you enjoyed Ace's solo from '78.

From: Keith Date: September 9, 2004 at 7:20
Trouble Walkin' is brilliant! The sound is much heavier than the frst 3 Comet albums. 2 Young 2 Die is the Standout track on this album. The tracks are solid and very rocking, although i prefer KISS' version of Hide Your Heart to Ace's version here. Watch out for Remember Me - Ace is renowned for chosing good album closing songs - Remember Me is no exception. Rock On Space Man!

From: Geoff Date: September 9, 2004 at 20:23
Unfortunately I never got into this one. A solid hard rock disc, just not really to my personal likings. The songs didn't strike me and were not memorable enough, IMO. I'm sure the fans liked it though...

From: Jimbo Date: October 10, 2004 at 9:56
The joke in Ace's inner circle was that the album title meant Ace HAD trouble walking. However, Ace puts together his best effort sans KISS, probably by accident, with all out rocker "Back to School" and the title track being especially memorable. Ace is at the top of his game here (which admittedly is like being a champion Shoots and Ladders player) and the production has a good,live feel. One correction, "Do Ya" was first done by The Move, which featured Jeff Lynne and Bev Bevan later of ELO.

From: Rockhead Date: May 7, 2005 at 10:33
I thought this was his weakest release-Trouble walking indeed!! also trouble singing , playing and recording any decent songs. The cover versions are the best here-nuff said

From: ghettonation73 Date: October 29, 2009 at 22:11
Why are his first 2 Cds not listed on here?

From: CC Date: October 31, 2009 at 19:41
they are, they are under the band name Frehley's Comet though

From: metalmaniac777 Date: February 11, 2010 at 13:21
Well, if I were to compare this CD to a deck of cards, it wouldn't be the joker, but it certainly wouldn't be the ace of spades either. Freed from the restraints of serving the almighty Kiss machine, Frehley comes up with a mess of music that...well, that sounds an awful lot like a bunch of Kiss b-sides. Personally, I had no trouble walkin' away from this album.

From: pie75 Date: July 14, 2010 at 5:32
i like this album but anyone who thinks ace's version of hide your heart was better than kiss' is just being plain silly ace could never sing like paul and technically bruce kulick is a better guitarist than ace anyway back to this shot full of rock,do ya,hide your heart,lost in limbo and the title track are all standouts for me nice stuff from ace


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