Episode 79 – Ace Frehley – 10,000 Volts

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Episode 79 - Ace Frehley - 10,000 Volts
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Episode 79 is here! Hey Curly! This is a special episode as the wheel has been sent on a vacation! We review the new Ace Frehley album 10,000 Volts! We go over the album and talk about some of the controversial topics on its creation! Ack!

10,000 Volts is the ninth studio album from Ex-KISS guitarist Ace Frehley. It was released February 23, 2024. Produced by Ace Frehley and Steve Brown (Trixter), the 11-track 10,000 Volts sees Ace perform electrifying, hard-hitting, riff-heavy rock’n’ roll.

Musicians
Steve Brown – Bass Guitar, Guitar, Percussion, Keyboards, Drums, Backing Vocals
Ace Frehley – Guitar, Vocals

Additional Musicians
PJ Farley – Bass Guitar (10,000 Volts, Back Into My Arms Again)
Anton Fig – Drums (10,000 Volts, Cherry Medicine, Fightin’ For Life)
Joey Cassata – Drums (Back Into My Arms Again, Blinded, Constantly Cute, Life of A Stranger)
Jordan Cannata – Drums (Walkin’ On The Moon)
Matt Starr – Drums (Up In The Sky)
David Julian – Guitar, Synth, Keyboards, Percussion (10,000 Volts, Cosmic Heart, Back Into My Arms Again)
Lara Cove – Background Vocals (Constantly Cute)
Alex Salzman – Percussion (Up In The Sky)
Eric Ragno – Organ, Mellotron, Strings (Life of A Stranger)

Production
Steve Brown – Producer, Engineer
Ace Frehley – Producer, Engineer
Alex Salzman – Engineer
Anton Fig – Engineer
David Julian – Engineer
Bruno Ravel – Mixing

Additional Personnel
Sam Santos – Cover Art

Intro Music/Wheel Spin Music by LiteSaturation from Pixabay
Photo credit: Jayme Thornton
Clips from Shout It Out Loudcast – Episode 265 and
Three Sides of the Coin

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