9 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Even after the ups and downs of a decades-long solo career, plus his often tumultuous run as cofounding guitarist of Kiss, Ace Frehley still sounds like he’s having a blast. Whether he’s paying tribute to his childhood idols (“Pursuit of Rock and Roll”) or bragging about still tearing it up on tour (“Rockin’ With the Boys”), Spaceman has the same gleeful strut as his hard-grooving ’70s hits, mixing up heavy metal flash and power pop hooks. And even on the handful of wistful tunes (“I Wanna Go Back”), he refuses to let the party stop, flinging out bluesy riffs and wicked solos. Sure to leave fans grinning, Spaceman proves that rocking all night is a good way to stay young.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Even after the ups and downs of a decades-long solo career, plus his often tumultuous run as cofounding guitarist of Kiss, Ace Frehley still sounds like he’s having a blast. Whether he’s paying tribute to his childhood idols (“Pursuit of Rock and Roll”) or bragging about still tearing it up on tour (“Rockin’ With the Boys”), Spaceman has the same gleeful strut as his hard-grooving ’70s hits, mixing up heavy metal flash and power pop hooks. And even on the handful of wistful tunes (“I Wanna Go Back”), he refuses to let the party stop, flinging out bluesy riffs and wicked solos. Sure to leave fans grinning, Spaceman proves that rocking all night is a good way to stay young.

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