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Artist: Sammy Hagar

Title: Marching to Mars

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Sammy Hagar Marching to Mars Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: MCA Records

Catalog Number: TRKD-11627


Sammy Hagar lead vocals, guitars
Denny Carmassi drums
Jonathan Pierce bass
Slash guest guitar
Roy Rogers slide guitar, dobro
Huey Lewis harmonica
Damon Johnson guitars
Jesse Harms keyboards
Bootsy Collins bass
Bill Church bass
Ronnie Montrose guest guitar
Matt Sorum drums
Mike Landau guitar
Mickey Hart percussion
Aaron Hagar backing vocals


1.  Little White Lie  
2.  Salvation on Sand Hill  
3.  Who Has the Right?  
4.  Would You Do It for Free?  
5.  Leaving the Warmth of the Womb  
6.  Kama  
7.  On the Other Hand  
8.  Both Sides Now  
9.  The Yogi's So High (I'm Stoned)  
10.  Amnesty Is Granted  
11.  Marching to Mars  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: James Date: March 24, 2003 at 2:37
Sammy was a little hit & miss on his first solo album after VH. over all it is still worth having. Sammy had to laugh when Van Halen finaly put out VH3 because his work was much better than VH gave us. I'd say that half the album is very solid.

From: koogles Date: March 25, 2003 at 14:35
Hit and miss, mostly miss. As in, I miss the Red Rocker who can't drive 55, fights like hell, can't get loose and did it till he was black n' blue. Most of this is introspective, thought-provoking, non-party related rock for mature moments. Screw that... pour me another "Mas Tequila". Hell, make mine a double.

From: Jimbo Date: March 25, 2003 at 15:15
Little White Lie and Marching to Mars are as close to the pre-Van Halen Sammy as this CD gets. Both Sides Now was a pretty big radio hit, but reeks too much of the navel-gazing ballads of later VH albums. Worth a couple bucks if you find it used, but don't kill yourself searching it out.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: March 26, 2003 at 2:16
No way Jimmy, find it on KaZaA.

From: Metal Pete Date: January 28, 2004 at 13:13
Yeah Jimbo's got it right. Those two songs are good but not much else here to keep your interest.

From: holyroller Date: February 27, 2004 at 23:10
I totally disagree with all of you, I think Sammy has yet to better this one since he left VH. All of his post VH albums are solid albums, but this one shows the emotions and the work that went into the writing and recording of it. No one mentioned the Montrose reunion on "Leaving The Warmth Of The Womb."

From: JC Date: April 2, 2004 at 1:03
Sammy's guitar work and lyrics are phenomenal!!! And his voice is very solid... I love the atmosphere that this cd brings outarkness, hatred and moving on and facing reality. Great CD.. EXCELLENT!!!

From: CTS Date: April 12, 2004 at 22:11
Always thought of this as a ruch job after the VH split. A couple of songs are short and sound unfinished to me. Not bad, fairly rocky. Who Has The Right is the stand out.

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 19:10
I was pleased by this. I hated the fact that Sammy left Bill Church and the rest for Van Halen. Sammy had loads of talent, VH were extremely limited. They held Sammy back. Great comeback, Sam!

From: metalmastermusic Date: July 25, 2008 at 10:33
This is a more consitent album than any of his previous efforts. I saw him on tour for this album and he put on a great live show. One of the few really good live shows out there. It would say better live than on the album as he is chock full of energy live. 80/100

From: pie75 Date: July 14, 2010 at 8:35
a little more emotion flying around after his discraceful fireing from van halen so when listening to this one must keep that in mind still has some fine moments little white lie,who has the right,kama,amnesty is granted and the title track are good songs it didn't take long for the real sammy to return though

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 18, 2011 at 13:01
Good effort from Mr Hagar!!!...maybe some weak moments or dull ones here and there but in general lines a very nice effort..."Little White Lie" & "Would You Do It For Free?" are a couple of tracks,"Kama" is a nice ballad,"Both Sides Now" another nice shot,"Amnesty Is Granted" solid one & "Marching To Mars" which is by far the best song in here and obviously my favorite one...89/100

From: Xenonmusic Date: March 5, 2012 at 8:08
R.I.P. Ronnie! You'll be sadly missed :-( Our loss is God's win...

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