Marching to Mars

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Evidently, being kicked out of Van Halen revitalized Sammy Hagar, since Marching to Mars is among his best solo albums. A lean, tough collection of by-the-books hard-rockers, Marching to Mars stands out because of its immediate sound and Hagar's sense of purpose. He's out to prove himself, to illustrate that he wasn't just Van Halen's mouthpiece or a blowhard. Subtlety still remains a weak point with Hagar, but he's rarely sounded quite as convincing as he does here, tearing through a set of surprisingly well-written songs with such guest artists as Huey Lewis, Slash, Mickey Hart, and Bootsy Collins. There's still a handful of weak moments, but the record is one...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Evidently, being kicked out of Van Halen revitalized Sammy Hagar, since Marching to Mars is among his best solo albums. A lean, tough collection of by-the-books hard-rockers, Marching to Mars stands out because of its immediate sound and Hagar's sense of purpose. He's out to prove himself, to illustrate that he wasn't just Van Halen's mouthpiece or a blowhard. Subtlety still remains a weak point with Hagar, but he's rarely sounded quite as convincing as he does here, tearing through a set of surprisingly well-written songs with such guest artists as Huey Lewis, Slash, Mickey Hart, and Bootsy Collins. There's still a handful of weak moments, but the record is one of his strongest, and with bluesy cuts like "Little White Lie," it's also one of his more ambitious.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/23/2006
  • Label: Geffen Gold Line Sp.
  • UPC: 008811162726
  • Catalog Number: 11627
  • Sales rank: 55,238

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Sammy Hagar Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Bass, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Mickey Hart Percussion
Ronnie Montrose Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Giovanni Hidalgo Percussion
Eric Martin Background Vocals
Mickey Thomas Background Vocals
Bootsy Collins Bass
Denny Carmassi Drums
Bill Church Bass
Luis Conte Percussion
Jesse Harms Keyboards, Background Vocals
Damon Johnson Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Michael Landau Guitar
Slash Guitar
Matt Sorum Drums
Roy Rogers Dobro, Slide Guitar
Jonathan Pierce Bass
Harley DiNardo Background Vocals
Derrek Hawkins Background Vocals
Kari Background Vocals
Dave Cartategui Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Mickey Hart Producer
Mike Clink Producer, Engineer
Tom Flye Engineer
Kent Matcke Engineer
Mick Haggerty Artwork, Art Direction
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