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  • CD de audio
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Sello: Bronx Born
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La foto del producto si és de la edición limitada, pero el que recibí en casa no, és un cd normal, no és digipack. Tendré que ponerme en contacto con AMAZON para ver que a ocurrido.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas he did create a new landscape! 15 de septiembre de 2009
Por Fernando Benítez V - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Sorry, but I do think Ace created a new landscape (at least for him and his usual style) with this new album... yeah, maybe i'm prejudiced because he's been one of my biggest heroes since discovering Kiss in 1980. In fact, this album just blew me away, and I'm still just getting used to it after six spins. Indeed, I found some flaws here and there, mind you- the very cheesy (to my ears, please keep that in mind)'a little below the angels', which i believe is a special 'recovery' tune for him, but it still sounds quite lame with all those little kids shouting the chorus towards the end. then again, though i'm not colse-minded, thanks to frehley himself I fell in love with heavy riffing and the darker side of music almost three decades ago, so i've never given a hoot about 'power ballads' and glammy/catchy choruses, except for some of those 70's Kiss albums that sort of mean a lot to me even today. and this leads me to my next argument: in my opinion, this is his best album since his 'Kiss solo' LP, released in 1978. i don't really think the new one's better because it's not as trippy and weird (and proggy, in a good, heavy Captain Beyond/Sabbath-like sense), but it sure has its 'cosmic' moments. i kinda jumped ship in 1987, after hearing 'frehley's comet', which i liked even though i found it too disjointed and incredibly commercial. i mean, surely Ace was looking for that big hit-single/video that would put him on the charts. however, nowadays, since the 'music business' has gone down the toilet with the weakest, most plastic crap i've ever heard in my life (even 70's disco sounds great compared to this decade's pop music), this guitar god has nothing to lose, all puns intended. it's like he knows he's not gonna sell millions, so he's just doing what he does best: great hard and heavy and hitting rocknroll. Ok, I have to agree that some of the lyrics suck, and, yeah, I was not expecting Roger Waters/Nick Cave/Iron & Wine/Neil Young-type of poetry here, but some of this new-found optimism it's sorta sickening, mainly because i think it verges on bornagainsims. that's his trip, i know, but in the other ballad (sorry, i forgot the name),he's talking about doing something to change the world. fair enough, but i don't think that getting down on your knees and praying is gonna change a thing, Ace... Ace changed my life with his weirdo/martian voice, and with his simple-yet-effective guitar playing (who doesn't know those solos by heart?), and thats's way more revolutionary than thinking happy thoughts about heaven at 60. sorry, must be the anarchist in me. plus, Ace, c'mon, you're a god, so there's no need to give your trust away to some higher power- unless it's rocknroll, of course haha... then again, i've never been an alcoholic megarockstar with a penchant for hard driving and harder drugs, so what gives? i'm sure he went through hell; just listen to what he has to say on 'rock soldiers', but ok, it's not my problem, and he knows he's got his fans' support. but that's that- most of the new songs rock hard and ride free: 'foxy and free' sounds, of course, kinda like hendrix; 'outer space' is exactly what i wish his 1980 tune 'talk to me' would sound like live, with his own band, and not with those fake asses called Simmons & Stanley Inc backing him up (they did, on the 1980 Australian dates, and it sucked). plus, there's some 'mute' riffs and structures there that remind me of 'blind'-era COC or even Metallica. 'pain in the neck' is pure classic Kiss; 'gengis khan' is absolutely fantastic, a quasi-instrumental piece that would fit perfectly on a mid-70's Robin Trower or Frank Marino album, or maybe even on 'physical graffitti'. 'sisters' is nothing but a full-on metal onslaught, with a slight commercial touch. one of the best songs off the album, and yet, just imagine if he had kept the opening fast pace all the way through- Ace playing thrash? hehe, almost, almost, but not quite, so be quiet! there's more, of course, but i gotta listen to it again: i do remeber some excellent Sabbath/stoner riffing on a certain song, as well as his version of Sweet's 'fox on the run', which is great, though not as good as the original. the second to last song is kinda strange for Ace, and i'm sure it'll put some people off, because it's a bit funky in an 80's kinda way- my girlfriend thought it sounded like something off Joe Jackson's 'night and day' album. and if you think that's terrible, think again and please go listen to that brilliant record with an open mind.. there's also a tune about being unable to distinguish one's face on the mirror, and as far as I remember, it's a good yet somewhat typical Ace Frehley song (would've been good for radio 15 years ago, maybe). and you know this record wouldn't be complete without a new version of his classic 'fractured mirror' thang... yep, the album closes on a happy note with this new added chapter to the 'fractured' saga. this one's OK for my taste, but not orgasmic, since it somehow reminds me of a music school i used to attend when i lived in LA and that tone cell phones bark when someone's sent you a written message. don't get me wrong, it's a beautiful song, but i was expecting something a bit darker and moody, with some heavy, pete townshend-like chords thrown in for good measure...
All in all, a great record, and one that is heavy, really heavy (for Ace) most of the time. it's grungy, full of effects and great guitar playing: some of the solos do sound like vintage Ace and i'm sure we're all already tatooing them on our hearts. Anton Fig is back on the drum stool, and his playing is still inventive and hard-hitting, so everything's in order. Ace's voice is the best, of course. he's not a singer, thankfully. if you want a singer in the Dio/Gillan/Robert Plant-vein, go look somewhere else. Ace is a weirdo, just like Lou (Reed), John (Lydon), Joey (Ramone), Bowie or Byrne, but that's just what I want, and he's sure influenced lots of 'alternative' rockers: i'm thinking bout J Mascis, the guy from Fu Manchu or Kylesa's Philip Cope. ButAce is more laid back, and that's what makes him so cool and broad in appeal.
sorry i compared him and his music to so many people- it's something i enjoy doing, though some call it lazy journalism. it IS lazy journalism, but i don't care! just go and buy the damn thing, will you?
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good Album from Space Ace 26 de septiembre de 2009
Por BigRon - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I hovered between 3 and 4 stars for Anomaly - and like another reviewer said we are all Ace fans here I assume. I wanted to give it 5 stars but musically its not a 5 star album - its 5 stars that Ace is back, its 5 stars that he's touring and that he has released an album - but this album is GOOD not great so 4 stars it is. What I do like about this album is its honesty - many of the songs sound like Ace wrote because he was enjoying himself - lyrically they are standard - but hey I expected nothing else - Ace's slower tracks such as Change the World and Little Below the Angels fall into that area and are 3 star songs.
Outer Space, Sister, Foxy and Free, Fox on the Run (cover) are classic Ace with the punchy riffs and hard edge that made his 78 solo album walk all over the others - these are in the 5 star category for me. Pain in the Neck would also but the lyrics let it down.
Fractured Quantum is cool, Space Bear sounds like he's just jamming but I do like the riff. I haven't warmed to Genghis Khan or Its a Great Life but I can see after a few more rotations I will. The throwaway track is Too Many Faces - 1 star.
Anyway - all round good album - saw Ace here in London last year which was brilliant so hope he gets back over soon. Long Live SPACE ACE!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great New music that also sounds old 23 de septiembre de 2009
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Much has been made of how this CD compares to his 78 sol release. Lets' see...clunky rhythms, check. Quirky sometimes very cheesy lyrics,check. Awesome guitar solos,check. Great drumming, check. Great cover tune that seems to have been written for Ace, check. Instrumental 'Fractured' song to close the CD, Check. Is it better than anything Kiss has done in the last 20 years, check.

On top of all that, it is longer, louder, much more bottom end, will make your rear view mirror pulse when you crank it (and trust me you will)!

Let's face it, Ace has given something different yet similar to what we all wanted from him and should be congratulated. No one expects Jim Carroll type profound lyrics, so to those expecting them you shouldn't have looked to Ace for them anyway. But he can make a guitar put out poetry on par with any other, and we got new music that far surpasses expectations.

Thanks Ace!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Space Ace is back! 29 de septiembre de 2009
Por Bryan Carter - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This is a must have for Ace Frehley fans. While he may not be the best lyricist around, he can certainly shred on the guitar. The album is pretty heavy, reminiscent of some of Ace's heavier efforts with KISS. I recognized one song which was a cover I believe (Fox on the Run), but the rest were new to me. I enjoyed Outer Space, A Little Lower than Angels quite a bit. The rest are good and on par with Ace's best songs from KISS and Frehley's Comet. Ghengis Khan, albeit a bit weird, has some excellent musical touches, and Too Many Faces was really good, as well as Pain in the Neck. Foxy and Free was the most classical Ace sounding, but I really didn't care for the lyrics that much.

If you liked Ace's previous efforts, you must buy this album. If you, like me, felt most of his previous stuff has been more miss than hit, you'll be pleasantly surprised with this one.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Space Ace Blasts Into Orbit 4 de octubre de 2009
Por Michael G. O'Brien - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I was pleasantly surprised and enjoyed the whole album. Some was very heavy metal and some almost Kiss-like. Others defied description like the humorous Pain in the Neck. A couple unabashedly had his faith that keeps him sober in there. Some tracks prove that you don't have to use drugs or booze to get high, because they are very psychedelic. The package had a cute pyramid you slip together, showing Ace hasn't lost his humor or wanting to give fans a little extra.
I'm really glad Ace has over 3 years sobriety and put out this metallic spacey CD. Only one song didn't trip my trigger too much, but that is a lot better than many with only a couple good songs. It gets nine out of ten and 5 stars from me.
Thanks Ace!!!

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