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|Sammy Hagar||Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Chad Smith||Percussion, Drums|
|Michael Anthony||Bass, Background Vocals|
|Mike Fraser||Producer, Engineer|
|Todd Gallopo||Art Direction|
Posted October 1, 2011
Having got such a charge out of Chickenfoot's debut album, I immediately ordered their second CD the day it was released. Peeling the shrink wrap off Chickenfoot III, you realize that this power quartet has a bountiful sense of humor. Packaging included a pair of 3-D glasses and five pictures utilizing the technology. These guys do spend some thought into presentation. You get the sense that this band truly enjoys what they do. While the musical content is more or less in the same vein as their first CD; the pulsing bass work from Michael Anthony, Chad Smith's dynamic drums, Joe Satriani riffing and shredding on guitar, and Sammy Hagar trying to channel his vocal abilities of thirty years past. While this formula works perfectly well for Chickenfoot, they haven't really broken any new ground here, and might not have equalled or surpassed their initial output. But, any 'Foot fan- those of us that get where this band is coming from- will no doubt enjoy it for what it's worth.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.