Lead guitarist of Kiss, Ace "The Spaceman" Frehley has also had the most ambitious solo career of any of his original bandmates. When all the members of Kiss released solo albums in 1978, Frehley's was the only one that produced a hit (a cover of Hello's "Back in the New York Groove" that has since become a dance-club staple). After he left the band in '82, he formed Frehley’s Comet, which released two well-received albums and toured extensively. A third album originally recorded with Frehley's Comet was released as a solo album. Frehley rejoined Kiss on the band's successful reunion tour in 1996, but left again at the start of the new millennium. He has since concentrated on both music and acting work.