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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Geffen Records
Catalog Number: 2021-2
|1.||Three Lock Box|
|3.||Remember The Heroes|
|4.||Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy|
|5.||In The Room|
|6.||Rise Of The Animal|
|7.||I Wouldn't Change A Thing|
|9.||Never Give Up|
|10.||I Don't Need Love|
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|From: knuckles||Date: October 31, 2003 at 12:40|
|This is my favorite release from Sammy.I dont think there is a weak song on it.|
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|From: Whiplash1972||Date: November 24, 2003 at 18:21|
|As knuckles points out, not a weak song here,and this disc contains Sammy's SECOND most well known solo hit "Your Love is Driving Me Crazy".Not my favorite Sammy cd,but strong nonetheless!|
|From: holyroller||Date: January 16, 2004 at 1:10|
|I'm a huge Hagar fan, I like everything he's ever done, from Montrose to his Capitol and Geffen solo years, Van Halen was my favorite band when Sammy was frontman, and he's still putting out great solo stuff. But if push comes to shove (ooh, sorry) I would have to say my favorite Hagar solo disc is this one.|
|From: Metal Pete||Date: January 28, 2004 at 13:19|
|A fine follow-up to 'Hampton', which remains my favorite. Interesting collaboration with Mike Reno on 'Remember the Heroes',a good tune that leaves little doubt about Sammy's patriotism. Thumbs up!!|
|From: Rycheage||Date: May 28, 2004 at 12:22|
|Hagar had perfected the art of mixing metal, hard rock and AOR but the AOR aspect was more pronounced on 'Three Lock Box'. 'Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy' was Hagar's biggest single, with it's unforgettably thrilling chorus and melody lines standing the test of time. 'In The Room' is a dark slice of hard rock with sinister rhythms, and coupled with the crunch of 'Rise Of The Animal', make for some heavier moments. Recommended!!|
|From: Propane||Date: December 2, 2004 at 18:55|
|When I first heard this one I fell 800 stories straight down, hit the ground and there was nothing but a pool of blood, until the thing was finished. Then Rise of the animal came on and put the pieces back together. Awesome endeavor, classic timeless piece.|
|From: rene||Date: July 14, 2006 at 16:38|
|Rise Of The Animal is so a killer song that makes this album very special. All the songs realy are great. Some have a little new wave sound but of course, it was back in 1982. A real hard rock classic.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: March 15, 2007 at 10:40|
|Good Hard Rock, al igual que el VOA dos buenos albums no son la gran cosa pero tienen sus temas nada como el corte que hizo para el Soundtrack con Stallone y ese video es legendario donde sale con Sly haciendo vencidas buen disco 8/10|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: December 22, 2010 at 1:00|
|For 1982's offering, Hagar continues the format as on "Standing Hampton." However, at first glance, just because the album art is aesthetically appealing, nothing within is guaranteed. Quite frankly, the record cover screams rock & roll & although maybe as interesting as the previous, to a large extent, the songs just don't carry their weight to be called hard rock let alone heavy metal in nature. A few tracks feature some hefty chords & ear pleasing vocal harmonies while others are as lifeless & hollow as the mechanical, new wave trend they followed. The opening title track begins rather rousingly yet leaves the listener scratching his head wondering where this album is headed. Overall, not a bad tune but certainly not a raucious opener. Trendy as it is, track two is usually reserved for the best one of the lot on many albums, but not here. "Remote Love" is bluntly just plain filler as is track three. However, the most radio friendly tune, "Your Love is Driving Me Crazy" perks things|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: December 22, 2010 at 1:00|
|Side two begins with the most interesting, "Rise of the Animal" which is nearly as good as any heavy song Hagar has ever written. Still, had it been included on the previous LP or the next, it would have taken either to an even greater height. However, here, it's not quite potent enough to stand alone as was "Heavy Metal", "There's Only One Way To Rock", or the forthcoming "I Can't Drive 55." The rest of the album is fairly strong & certainly shines head over heals over Side A, but nothing of timeless quality appears. Surprisingly, "Three Lock Box" would be his highest charting album in the US ever, also eventually going Gold, but Hagar would ditch the confusing new wave sound & get back to old school caliber hard rock & roll for his next session.|
|From: Kralli||Date: October 26, 2011 at 20:16|
|Remember The Heroes is aor heaven. The rest is unfortunatly very avarage.|
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