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By Rami Abou-Sabe Gene Simmons has revealed he co-wrote two songs with ex-bandmate Ace Frehley for Frehley’s upcoming solo record.
RELATED: Gene Simmons Abandons Attempt To Trademark Devil Horns Frehley was a founding member and of KISS and part of the classic Seventies lineup.
“Literally two days ago I was with Ace,” Simmons told 92 KQRS in Minnesota. So I went over to his place, way out in the desert some place, and we wrote two things.” There is still no confirmed date for Frehley’s solo record, but the release will be the guitarist’s seventh solo studio effort.
also features covers like the Rolling Stones' "Street Fighting Man," Led Zeppelin's "Bringing it Back Home," Cream's "White Room," Jimi Hendrix's "Spanish Castle Magic," the Kinks' "' Til the End of the Day," Steppenwolf's "Magic Carpet Ride" and even three tracks by Frehley's former group Kiss.
on what the chances are for Ace Frehley to return to KISS after the two of them collaborated on Ace's recent solo album and after Ace collaborated with Gene Simmons on upcoming solo record, to which he replied (via Blabbermouth"I don't think it has anything to do with friendship."I would like to be friends with Ace forever, and although there may have been times where things have been a bit rough or touchy, I prefer and would love to keep our friendship going based on all the great things we've done together."But that doesn't necessarily mean you have to reunite or remarry or whatever it is."You appreciate what you've done together, and sometimes you should realize that it was a certain point in your life and it was a certain time and it was right on many fronts, whereas it's not the case now."I couldn't be happier with the band as it is today.
We had a great time - we got time to sit and talk."There's nothing that can take away what we've done together.Been in this cell block seven years too long Paying for a crime when I didn't do anything wrong Lyin' here rottin' for someone else's mistake I've come to my senses, it's time to make a break Breakout, I'm coming after you Breakout, I'd say our love is overdue Breakout, I'm at the breakin' point Breakout, gonna bust of this joint I'm sick and tired of punching out license plates For a criminal justice system that I hate The food here suck, I'm not about to wait Well I've come to my senses It's time to make a break Breakout, I'm coming after you Breakout, I'd say our love is overdue Breakout, I'm at the breakin' point Breakout, gonna bust of this joint Breakout dates back to KISS' “Music From The Elder” sessions, known as “Heaven,” then just an instrumental track.Breakout was recovered and completed by Richie Scarlet, and written by Ace Frehley and Eric Carr.We just got word from Ace Frehley's publicist that the legendary KISS guitarist was admitted to Wilkes-Barre General Hospital after performing last night.
The 64-year-old Frehley was diagnosed with exhaustion and dehydration. After extensive testing, it was determined that Ace’s symptoms were due to exhaustion and dehydration.
If you were a KISS fan and attending local Seattle shows in the mid 90s you'd know we were lucky in 1994 (RKCNDY, Seattle) and 1995 (Off Ramp, Seattle w/ Peter Criss) when Ace Frehley performed here back-to-back on his solo tours but since then over 2 decades have passed without Ace solo touring in Seattle.