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Live : Hallelujah

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Shaka Doobie
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Three Lock Box
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There's Only One Way To Rock
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Give To Live
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Top Of The World
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Deeper Kinda Love
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Why Can't This Be Love
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Eagles Fly
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Little White Lie
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Rock Candy
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I Can't Drive 55
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Mas Tequila
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Heavy Metal
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When It's Love
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Right Now
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Dreams
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 74:36

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Not as good as All Night Long

RockdawgDave

I've been a fan of Sammy's for a long freaking time and while this album is certainly better than VH's live dribbler, it doesn't hold a candle to All Night Long - clearly an all time great live rock album. Here, while Shaka Doobie comes out blistering hot, the rest of the tracks don't seem to fully measure up to it. There's some good stuff, but it's hit and miss. Go with All Night Long!

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wbcxmidniteradio

If you want the best Hagar, go back to Montrose, at least it was honest and not contrived , which is how I sum up Sammy Hagar's career...contrived. Juvenile lyrics and big, dumb hooks, nothing's really wrong with it, but his songs get old only after a few listens. Besides he's like 70 years old and still writing about Mas Tequila? This also brings into question his "corporate" attitude because he sells tequila also. Trying to find an artist with integrity out of Sammy Hagar the performer is a tough, tough task because the only good rock is honest... be it simple riffs or complex and riffs. Sammy's work is too gimmicky and shallow.

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Good stuff

drkjcarpenter

Ok. First of all, Sammy was hard rock before and after Van Halen. He was also very melodic and harmonic before and after. Van Halen was hard rock before Sammy Hagar, but melodic? Please. David Lee Roth had nothing on the red rocker, which is why David Lee Roth didn't make it as a solo artist. Why is it that as soon as a singer or band plays music that appeals to a wide audience, they become "corporate?" No offense, but by that logic, any band that makes the top 40 pop charts has gone corporate whether they wanted to or not (example: Metallica with "Enter Sandman"). Give me a break!!!

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decent effort...

scottarino

Good song selection. Sammy's lyrics are pre-teen, that was his big downfall with VH, so this won't win over anyone not looking to relive happier, younger times. But please.... Hagar The Horrible turned VH into corporate schlock rock and every album together got worse and worse. Now he can go back to plying his trade of simple-minded rock as a solo artist for those who like this sort of stuff.

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super maximus rockus

Guitarrock

Sammy Hagar turned VH in a well-oiled, top-5 hard rock band during the 10 yrs or so they stuck together. Miopic early days VH fans often miss the notable improvement in the band's sound with Sammy onboard, helped by a more frequent use of synth and occasionally double guitar layers. 5150 is the eighties hard rock album, truly spaceship material for extraterrestrial civilization to discover. Now time has passed Sammy has embarked on a very successful solo career (again), in the meantime VH have made a joke of themselves first with that singer from extreme (ironically guesting here) and then with a desperate housewives lifestyle. Let's face it: Sammy (and big Mike) ARE VH. Watch out for their new project with JSatriani! Here on emusic a chance to taste Hagar live in all of his greatness, featuring both solo and VH material. Ladies and ladies: please welcome the Red Rocker