Episode 9 – Frehley’s Comet – Frehley’s Comet (Part 1)

Rock Roulette Podcast
Episode 9 - Frehley's Comet - Frehley's Comet (Part 1)
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We have a full house tonight as the wheel has given us Frehley’s Comet. Calling Rock Soldiers! Hup! Two three four, Rock! Two three four!

Mark, Sav and Nick know this album well. Mark is a KISS freak, so you can figure out how this is going to go. Steve is the wildcard! Join us as we go over Part 1.

Frehley’s Comet is the 1987 debut album by American rock band Frehley’s Comet, a band led by Ace Frehley, former lead guitarist of Kiss. It was also the first album that Frehley released after leaving Kiss in 1982.

Ace Frehley – lead and rhythm guitars, lead and backing vocals, producer
Tod Howarth – rhythm and lead guitars, keyboards, lead and backing vocals, assistant producer
John Regan – bass guitar, backing vocals, assistant producer
Anton Fig – drums, percussion

Intro Music by LiteSaturation from Pixabay

(Image credit: All images courtesy of Getty Images/Tod Howarth/John Regan/Ace Frehley Facebook)

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