EXCITING NEWS FOR ACE FREHLEY FANS…
ANOMALY HAS RETURNED
IN TWO AMAZING NEW COLORS!
Thanks to the overwhelming success of last year’s Anomaly release on Brookvale Records, we have commissioned a new pressing of Frehley’s 2009 solo album. Anomaly‘s initial release marked the debut of Ace’s first new material in 20 years. Brookvale Records is proud to bring you Anomaly in two exciting new colors… Opaque Blue or Green/Black Swirl. Last year’s Silver Marble pressing sold out very quickly, and these new colors are expected to do the same. The new colors are available in LIMITED quantities… Only 750 of each! Once again, this is a 2-LP set, each individually hand-numbered.
Once they’re gone… they’re gone FOREVER!
The colors may be ALL-NEW, but we’re keeping the price the same: $27.99 for each 2-LP set. For a limited time, order BOTH new colors for only $50.00!!! The collector in you will get both limited edition colors, while the frugal financier inside will commend you for saving $6!
The new colors hit the street on October 1, 2013. But if you pre-order Anomaly TODAY, we will ship your order ONE WEEK EARLIER – on or around September 24th. You know what they say… The early bird gets the LIMITED EDITION HAND NUMBERED VINYL!
Anomaly is available NOW for pre-order by clicking the ADD TO CART buttons below. All pre-orders are processed securely through PayPal, but you don’t need a PayPal account to order. PayPal also accepts all major credit cards.
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A few words on Anomaly:
Ace Frehley intends his new “Anomaly,” the former Kiss guitarist’s first set of new material in 20 years, to “kind of pick up where I left off with my first solo album” — 1978’s “Ace Frehley,” which was recorded and released during Kiss’ commercial zenith. “Prior to going into the studio, I listened to that first album, which everybody cites as their favorite Ace record,” Frehley tells Billboard.com. “I dissected it and tried to get into the same mind set this time around. I think I recaptured some of the musical textures and attitude and vibe that I had on that first record.” Frehley recorded “Anomaly” on the third anniversary of his sobriety — at Schoolhouse Studios in New York and at his home studio in Westchester, N.Y. He produced all but one of the album’s 12 tracks — Marti Frederiksen, who mixed the album with Anthony Fox, helmed a cover of Sweet’s “Fox on the Run” that was suggested by Frehley’s stylist (and also features Meat Loaf’s daughter Pearl Aday on backing vocals). The album’s first single, “Outer Space,” is already out, and “Anomaly” also includes a track called “Fractured Quantum,” which completes a “Fractured” trilogy that Frehley began with “Fractured Mirror” on “Ace Frehley” and continued with “Fractured Too” on 1987’s “Frehley’s Comet.”
—Gary Graff, September 9, 2009 interview for Billboard Magazine