|Studio album by|
|Released||May 24, 1988|
|Genre||Hard rock, glam metal|
|Frehley's Comet chronology|
Second Sighting is a studio album by American hard rock band Frehley's Comet. This is the second and last full-length album released under the band name Frehley's Comet and the third solo release from Ace overall.
Second Sighting was recorded with new drummer Jamie Oldaker, who had previously worked with Bob Seger and Eric Clapton. He replaced Billy Ward who was in the videos and part of the tour for the previous album replacing Anton Fig, who would return for 1989's Trouble Walkin'. This makes Second Sighting the only Frehley solo album or project (excluding compilations) to not feature Fig.
"Dancin' With Danger" is a cover version of a song recorded by the Canadian band Streetheart which featured future Loverboy members Paul Dean and Matt Frenette. Although the songwriting credits list Frehley and Dana Strum, the music and lyrics are very similar to the original version. Sequencer programming was done by Angel keyboardist and writer Gordon G.G. Gebert.
"Insane" and "It's Over Now" were released as singles with corresponding music videos. Both singles failed to chart.
UK-based company Rock Candy Records reissued this album on CD in 2014.
|1.||"Insane"||Ace Frehley,||Ace Frehley||3:45|
|2.||"Time Ain't Runnin' Out"||Tod Howarth||Tod Howarth||3:52|
|3.||"Dancin' With Danger"||Ace Frehley, Dana Strum, Streetheart||Ace Frehley||3:25|
|4.||"It's Over Now"||Tod Howarth||Tod Howarth||4:39|
|5.||"Loser in a Fight"||Tod Howarth, John Regan||Ace Frehley, Tod Howarth||4:33|
|6.||"Juvenile Delinquent"||Ace Frehley||Ace Frehley||5:13|
|7.||"Fallen Angel"||Tod Howarth||Tod Howarth||3:44|
|8.||"Separate"||Ace Frehley, John Regan||Ace Frehley||4:56|
|9.||"New Kind of Lover"||Tod Howarth||Tod Howarth||3:14|
|10.||"The Acorn Is Spinning"||Ace Frehley, John Regan||(Instrumental)||4:50|
- Ace Frehley - guitars, lead and backing vocals
- Tod Howarth - guitars, keyboards, lead and backing vocals
- John Regan - bass guitar, backing vocals
- Jamie Oldaker - drums
Album - Billboard (North America)
|1988||The Billboard 200||81|