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Chickenfoot (Bonus Track Edition)

5 Jun. 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 5 Jun. 2009
  • Release Date: 5 Jun. 2009
  • Label: earMUSIC
  • Copyright: edel entertainment GmbH
  • Total Length: 1:02:08
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B0056LOLUS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,841 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By G. Crosby on 9 Oct. 2009
Format: Audio CD
I used to be a big rock fan back around Satriani's surfing with the alien. I saw him live around that time and although he was technically good- he needed a proper band to make it work. I always liked Sammy Hagar too, as i thought the VH albums he was part of were nearly up there with the Dave lee Roth stuff.
Anyway, for whatever reason I rediscoverd a few older rock albums and decided i'd look at what was happening now and sure enough it's taken nearly 20 years for him to realise, but Satriani has a proper band to work with. It really works, Satch is confined to riffing for most of the songs (sneaking the odd ridiculous modal lick in whenever he can!) but that just makes the solos stand out more for me, Turning left particularly is a real standout track with a fantastic 'verge of noise and chaos' solo.

Of course what i didn't even realise back in the day is that vocals and solos would be nothing without a rock solid rhythm section, and with Michael Anthony and Chad Smith you've got that in spades.

So if you like Van Halen, Satch or want to hear American cheese rock played by the most experienced, technical and talented group - this album is for you.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Stockwell on 7 Jun. 2009
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I've been hearing snippets of this album during the run up to it's release, but it didn't prepare me for how good it would be. The Chickenfoot album brings out the best in all the musicians: Satriani's playing sounds fresh, Hagar's lyrics are witty without the laddishness of some Van Halen-era product, and the Anthony/Smith rhythm section are tight and punchy. Kudos to the the producer of the album, Andy Johns, who has made the recording sound massive, tight and punchy without losing detail in the mix. Classic rock at its best.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Gaden on 19 May 2009
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I had the job of reviewing this "supergroup's" new record for the magazine I work for. The term supergroup is something often bandied about, and more often than not it's the result of a record company pushing individuals together, and in the bulk of the cases, the actual albums never quite live up to the alliance on paper. Consider Chickenfoot the exception to the rule! Despite the fact that the foursome is comprised of Red Hot Chilli Peppers (and part time Glenn Hughes) drummer Chad Smith, ex-Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony, guitar god Joe Satriani and the eternally youthful Sammy Hagar on vocals, these guys shirk the rules. They don't consider themselves a supergroup, they see themselves simply as four individuals who have a like minded goal of creating a magnificent rock album, and they financed it themselves so they weren't tied to a big label who wanted to compromise their creativity.
That's all well and good, as long as you gel as a unit, and by god, this does. The songs on offer here are truly awesome, the performances rank as possible career bests from any member you care to choose, and it's all given a larger than life production by the legendary Andy Johns, who engineered albums like Led Zeppelin II and III, `Exile On Main Street', and Blind Faith, and produced the likes of Satriani, Van Halen, Cinderella and many, many others.
The album kicks off with `Avenida Revolution', which Satriani described to me as an experiment to "see how dark Sammy would sing". It's a stunning opener which sets the bar sky high for the rest of the album, but one listen to the follow up track `Soap On A Rope' and you know that consistency is not going to be a problem.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 12 Jun. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Take a veteran rock singer with an enviable back catalogue, a guitarist who is arguably the best axe player on the planet and a rhythm section so tight you could bounce a coin off it, and what do you get? Chickenfoot.

Yes it may go down as the most ludicrous name for a rock band ever conceived, but their debut effort is anything but.

What you need to know: It rocks, it rocks a fat one, in fact if it rocked any more, a hard hat would have to be included by law with every album purchase. Listen to it once at you get the feeling that it's just 4 fantastic musicians cocking about, listen to it again and you'll pick up subtle little guitar runs from Satch that just delight and amaze.

The production is excellent throughout, Mark Anthony's bass playing and outstanding backing vocals combined with Chad Smith's excellent drumming keep everything tight at the back so Satch can do what Satch does best and unleash his legendary talent at the front of a band for the first time. It's rifftastic at times and Hagar's voice sounds as good as ever.

My only criticism is the lyrics leave a lot to be desired, so if the lyrical prowess of Axl Rose turns you on, then you might be disappointed. Having said that, don't let it put you off as the music alone is well worth the price of admission.

It may not be perfect, it may not be cool, it may not be relevant, but by god is it fun. Stick it on in the car with the windows rolled down and the stereo turned up to 11 and you'll not go wrong.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tony UK on 5 Mar. 2010
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Great album. If you like sammy hagar and van hagar then you'll love this. joe does some great stuff, the overall sound is very jam session and hendrix like in parts, less produced sound than VH. hope they do more. new cd i have, has a dvd aswell, excellent!
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