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Title: Spacewalk: A Tribute To Ace Frehley

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Tributes Spacewalk: A Tribute To Ace Frehley Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: D Rock

Catalog Number: DERC-076E


Tom Gattis Vocals
Marty Friedman Guitar
John Alderete Bass
Bruce Bouillet Guitar
Scott Travis Drums
Gilby Clarke Vocals, Guitar
Scott Ian Vocals, Guitar
Zach Throne Vocals, Guitar
Frank Bello Bass
Charlie Benante Drums
Ron Young Vocals
Jeff Watson Guitar
Jason McMaster Vocals
Dave Snake Sabo Guitar
Sebastian Bach Vocals
Russ Parish Guitar
Kevin Roentgen Vocals
Tracii Guns Guitar
John Norum Guitar
Billy Fogarty Vocals
Fred C Drum Loop
Dimebag Darrell Guitar, Bass
Vinnie Paul Drums
Ace Frehley Vocals, Guitar
Richie Scarlet Guitar
Karl Cochran Bass
Steve Werner Drums


1.  Deuce - Tom Gattis  
2.  Shock Me - Gilby Clarke  
3.  Rip It Out - Scott Ian/Zach Throne  
4.  Hard Luck Woman - Ron Young  
5.  Snowblind - Jason McMaster  
6.  Rock Bottom - Sebastian Bach  
7.  Parasite - Kevin Roentgen  
8.  Cold Gin - Jason McMaster  
9.  New York Groove - Billy Fogarty  
10.  Fractured Mirror - Dimebag Darrell/Vinnie Paul  
11.  Take Me To The City - Ace Frehley  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Jimbo Date: January 23, 2005 at 20:41
Why is Hard Luck Woman on here...? Anybody?

From: T-Bone Date: January 30, 2005 at 9:18
Another great tribute album. Shock Me and Rock Bottom kick ass!

From: CC Date: February 4, 2005 at 8:07
I gotta say I always questioned the inclusion of Hard Luck Woman,but I guess Ace did play guitar on it,so technically its still one of his songs. The other thing I question is why does Ace perform on a tribute CD to himself?

From: Dean Date: February 4, 2005 at 12:38
CC-remember-you're talking about a member of Kiss here-the band that assembled one of the worst tributes ever(Kiss My Ass) Even though Gene and Paul were behind that one, Kiss has never been one for being humble. I also agree that 'Hard Luck Woman' should not have made this. Anyone with a basic knowledge of Ace and Kiss knows that wasn't one of his tunes. I would have preferred a rocked out version of 'Rock Soldiers' Sebastian would have killed on that tune.

From: Fat Freddy Date: January 30, 2006 at 21:29
This disc kicks ass... it's a better KISS tribute than the official 'Kiss My Ass' one assembled by the band themselves! I believe the Ace Frehley track ('Take Me To The City') was only available on the overseas pressings, so buyer beware

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 16, 2010 at 0:50
Very Good Tribute! Wow! my favs "Deuce, Shock Me, Snowblind, Rock Bottom, Parasite & Cold Gin(My number 1)" 85/100.

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