Solo is the debut studio album by American R&B group Solo, released September 12, 1995 via Perspective Records. The album was executive produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and it peaked at on the Billboard 200. Four singles were released from the album: "Heaven", "Where Do U Want Me to Put It", "He's Not Good Enough" and "Blowin' My Mind".
album-closing cover of the Disney chestnut "When You Wish Upon A Star," all of which are overproduced as hell and dripping with unnecessary strings, choirs and other studio trickery. Gene Simmons makes it clear that The Demon had already "gone Hollywood" by '78, as evidenced by the many pointless guest appearances by celebrities like Gene's then-girlfriend Cher, '70s pop star Helen Reddy (!) and Casablanca Records stablemate Donna Summer. In retrospect, 1978's solo album debacle was KISS' "jump the shark" moment - where they learned that even their fanatical fan base had its limits. Vote! Which KISS solo album is your fave? Ace Frehley.
A Beautiful Friendship
The Simple Life
The Shadow of Your Smile
A Lucky So and So
Call Me Irresponsible
If I Only Had a Brain/Over the Rainbow
Let's Get Away from It All
The Nearness of You
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down (And Write Myself a Letter)