The Interloper from Space

The Interloper from Space

Stephen Finan

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Editorial:
Macziew Zielinski
Año de edición:
2024
ISBN:
9783986085360
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Ace Frehley, often known as 'Spaceman,' rose to prominence as one of the most respected and captivating guitarists in rock during his tenure with KISS, which spanned from the band’s founding in 1973 to his exit in 1982 and his return in 1996 to 2002. Along with being the lead singer of his own band, Frehley’s Comet, he has enjoyed great success as a solo artist. The general consensus is that his self-titled debut solo album from 1978 is the best of the original KISS self-titled solo releases. Out of all the musicians who have played with KISS, his solo career has garnered the most level of attention. Although this isn’t a KISS book per se, there are plenty of allusions to the band. The first section of the book provides a condensed history of Spaceman’s career, including everything from his early band formation and meetings with Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to his background, musical preferences, and influences. A timeline of significant occasions and releases, a discography, trivia, reviews, quotes from Frehley, and analysis of his work by other rock writers are just a few of the many details about the guy that can be found in the second part of this book. It’s a compact, useful book that will look great on the bookcase next to volumes on other renowned rock guitarists. Space Invader, written by the author of books on Paul Stanley, Richie Sambora, Brian May, and Joe Perry, honours Frehley’s musical heritage. Unreleased live photos of this amazing American guitar rock icon are also featured. Fans of Ace Frehley and KISS should read Space Invader.

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