by Chickenfoot
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Chickenfoot 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Stumptown-Johnny More than 1 year ago
While many current rock outfits are content to content to percolate as VW Jettas down the R'n'R interstate, enter Chickenfoot- the 426 Hemi alternative. With their brand of unapologetic, straight-ahead, pedal-to-the-metal arena music, Chickenfoot has succeeded in doing exactly what they intended. Well, did you come here to knit socks- or kick out the jams? Some reviewers have been critical of Sammy Hagar's over-the-top vocals, even to say excessive- but when has Hagar and moderation ever been used in the same sentence? He just can't drive 55. Chickenfoot showcases the guitar virtuousity of Joe Satriani, backed by Chad Smith's percussive barrage and Michael Anthony's sure, but steady bass lines. What culminates from this musical collective is a fun romp back to the days of early Montrose and Deep Purple. This isn't dark, brooding peaens of teenage angst- this is tequila fueled funk, with a kick-your-butt attitude. If you're looking for a band with meaningful, insightful lyrics, and complex production, you'll probably want to pass on Chickenfoot. But, if you want to get your party started, stick in this CD, turn up the decibels, and pass around the Cuervo.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Deep nasty grooves and sweet riffage. Sammy sounds down right electric on this beast of a record. Top notch cats playing it hard and heavy. Roll down the windows and turn it up to 11. Excellent first effort from this powerhouse summit meeting of rock heroes.
njprincess222 More than 1 year ago
Having been an avid Van Halen fan for 25 years, I hoped it would sound like a "new" Van Halen album with 1/2 the band formerly from Van Halen. It was NOT at all. No songs really struck me as awesome. There were no real rock ballads, like When It's Love, for example. It was real hard core. I was disappointed.
footpathcowboy More than 1 year ago
Chickenfoot's self-titled debut CD is a great leap forward musically for guitarist Joe Satriani and drummer Chad Smith, and a wonderful return to form for lead singer Sammy Hagar, whose last two solo CDs were at best mediocre and at worst awful. Satriani actually plays for the song here, Smith gets out of his Red Hot Chili Peppers style and just rocks out, and Hagar actually writes song lyrics that mean something. The music is a blend of 70s rock and futuristic guitar techniques, making this CD a must-own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hagar and Anthony are the Big Names behind this act. Aside from the track titled "Oh Yea" which has received large amounts of commercial air time, I find the rest of the CD to be much less than expected. This effort in my opinion is just alot of sound bending and a blending of not well defined musical themes. There appears to be alot of controlled improvisation .. although each musician definitely has the chops to perform at this level. Unless a listener is looking for a filler in their music library, I wouldn't recommend this one as a "Must purchase."
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