The opener, "Shot Full Of Rock" is so heavy on drum beats and guitar solos. Excellent antemetic lyircs written by Ace. This song is so INTENSE. It's definately a genuine masterpiece. The next track, Ace did a re-make of E.L.O's "Do Ya". This is a good soothing tune with a good chorus. The song is simple guitar riffs and a good beat to go with the loving tone in the lyrics.
A good tune that Ace did on the album was "Hide Your Heart" (later done that year by KISS, on the Hot In The Shade album). If you heard the KISS version of it, you'll love Ace's version. To, me I think Ace did a better job on with this one. The title track, "Trouble Walkin'" is a short anthem-like tune with good guitar solos and a good chorus like, "I have Trouble Walkin'. I am every mother's nightmare."
Here is the real stuff. The song "2 Young 2 Die" is an awsome song. The songs starts out with a heavy bass riff and a rolling drum beat. Peter starts to sing the lyrics with his awsome voice. This song is very anthemetic. Ace and Peter did a great collaboration on this song together. The next track, "Back To School" is song about rebels that hate school. A real good anthem.
Another great tune, "Remember Me" is a more heavy metal/rythem and blues track that sounds really good. Ace is basically telling his fans (like me) to always remember him. Last but not least, the last track "Fractured III" of the Fractured Mirror triology. This one is unlike the first two. This one is a more heavy metal tune with electric guitars mixed with acoustic guitars. It's the longest of the three and has some really good slow guitar solos by Ace.
This album is SO great I can't even put it into words. Great anthems, outstading guitar solos and drum beats like you've never heard before from Ace or anyone else. If you are an Ace Frehley follower like me, follow the trail into "Trouble Walkin'" and enjoy it as much as I do.