He authored the Kiss classic “Shock Me,” as well as the guitar solos on many of the band’s other signature tunes.

Now band co-founder Ace Frehley has penned his life story, which he’s titled ‘No Regrets.’ due Nov. 1.

The cover of the 288-page memoir, due out November 1 and published by Gallery Books, features Frehley in his familiar “Space Ace” makeup, flashing his signature thumbs up while sitting in the back of a car.

Frehley, along with guitarist Paul Stanley, bassist Gene Simmons and drummer Peter Criss, was part of the original Kiss lineup, which remained intact into the early 1980s. Frehley departed in 1982, but he returned in 1996 to participate in a successful reunion tour featuring the classic lineup in full makeup.

Frehley’s last performance with Kiss was in February 2002 during the closing ceremony for the Winter Olympics in Utah.

[Ultimate Classic Rock]