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Artist: Chickenfoot

Title: Chickenfoot

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Redline Entertainment

Catalog Number: 20091


Sammy Hagar lead vocals, guitar
Michael Anthony bass, backing vocals
Joe Satriani lead guitar
Chad Smith drums


1.  Avendia Revolution  5:56
2.  Soap on a Rope  5:31
3.  Sexy Little Thing   4:41
4.  Oh Yeah  4:53
5.  Runnin' Out  3:51
6.  Get It Up  4:40
7.  Down the Drain  6:16
8.  My Kinda Girl  4:34
9.  Learning to Fall  5:12
10.  Turnin' Left  5:47
11.  Future Is the Past  6:38
12.  Bitten By the Wolf Deluxe Edition Bonus Track  4:24
Total Running Time:  62:23

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From: juan carlos Date: June 14, 2009 at 1:47
Good album at first listen! Bad Company meets AC/DC and Van Halen too, i hear many influences of those bands, a lot iŽd say! 8.5/10 by now.

From: Geoff Date: June 21, 2009 at 22:17
I might be alone here, but to me this is just well played really average hard rock. Most these songs are completely devoid of anything worthwhile. Lacklustre melodies, weak/non-existent choruses and no hooks. There are three exceptions, though, and they are 'Sexy Little Thing' and 'My Kinda Girl' which both have cool grooves and decent choruses, and the pretty good ballad, 'Learning to fall'. If you ask me, the rest are pure fillers.

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From: Jez Date: June 23, 2009 at 10:53
Very impressive after 2 or 3 spins. Sounds like all the band is having a party on here and the whole things sounds excellent. Geoff mentions the 3 most immediate tracks, but there is far more than those on here if you give it the time of day, 'Soap On A Rope', 'Turnin' Left' and 'Get Up' also go straight to the top of the pile for very good tracks. Satriani turns in some nice moments and Hagar doesn't sound half bad for an old boy. All in all a very enjoyable, kick ass, no thrills rock record, and one that will probably not completely blow everyone away, but certainly does live up to the reputation of all it's members involved.

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 29, 2009 at 9:19
Wow ! I was impressed with thie album....Never thought we would see Satch and Sammy together..Hate to say it but this album makes me say Van Who? This is creative..wish Eddie would get abck to being creative but alas he has not. His best years are behind him. Satch onteh other hand is showing that he can be more than just a guitar hero. Sammy sound better than he ever has on this album. There are a lot of blues/rockents in this album songs Down the Drain and Turnin' Left are my favorites. This is a must have album...so far one of the best of 2009. 9/10

From: onemorecast Date: June 29, 2009 at 16:05
I'm a little disappointed with the first few listens, I expected more. Maybe it will grow on me if I play it enough.

From: True Believer Date: July 6, 2009 at 8:26
Really great effort of four tallented musicians. A combo of many different influences, from Led Zeppelin and Hendrix (listen to the "Soap on the Rope") to Aerosmith ("Sexy Little Thing", "Get It Up") and Van Halen ("Down The Drain"). There are impressive vocals of Hagar (he sings like he did in Montrose), insane solos of Satriani (not dominating the compositions), fantastic work of Michael Anthony and Chad Smith on drums. A lot of interesting ideas here. The songs are a little bit too long, but who cares? One of the most interesting albums in this year. 8/10

From: WookieEnthal Date: July 10, 2009 at 0:27
I just listened to it and I've already forgotten it...

From: z4roxx Date: July 10, 2009 at 12:05
Mabye because I detest everything sounds modern but this one is less than average.Not a single remarkable tune,I don't comment the musicianship(because I'd be stupid)but I don't hear any single good riff or tune here...A waste of time IMO.

From: george_the_jack Date: July 26, 2009 at 11:47
Nothing exceptional IMO if someone considers the rumours that followed this all-star quartet & the turmoil of the media all over the world...At any case worths a listen but I doubt if this could be a favourite in your 2009 playlists.

From: Remastered Reason Date: August 3, 2009 at 3:59
Aside from the opening track which seems like undone noodling, this mutha rocks. The energy is over the top & yeah it seems like each song these guys are throwing a party. I couldnt believe this thing is about an hour long as each song flows so well & before you know its over. One of my top 10 of the year so far.

From: Put-Put Date: August 12, 2009 at 2:52
very good album from the supergroup the old boys still how to rock 'my kinda girl' is an superb rock vibe

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 1, 2009 at 20:02
I was not that excited when i heard that this amazing "combo" of musicians got together 2 record an album..i thought,well this might be a fusion album with a lot of crazy "FINGERING" by Mr Satriani and funky beats by Mr Chad but no my friends this is a solid Hard Rock/Rock album for some people average,for me decent but far 2 be great..every musician put their own mark to each song and that makes the album to have like an hybrid sound,a mixture of Van Halen and older rock stuff(Satriani's influences) but hardly any comparisson with RHCP(Chad's band).Anyway to mention songs i did not find any better than other but on the same line...find out yourselves and write some opinions about it!.90/100(a 90 not for greatness but for musicianship insteed)

From: Doug Date: December 2, 2009 at 12:47
Really can't go wrong when Sammy Hagar is in the mix. This guy has always been underappreciated. But think about it, he's consistently been a headliner since his days with Montrose and that was waaaaay back in '72. This is a solid release from rock & roll heavyweights. You’re in a coma if "Sexy Little Thing" does not get you moving!

From: pie75 Date: July 12, 2010 at 9:27
wow what a group and chad smith sounds inspired on the skins amazing what can happen when you play with great musicians he must've thought all his christmases come at once after being in rhcp sope on a rope, sexy little thing, my kinda girl,learning to fall what a fine album i hope this isn't just a 1 off and hope they come to australia i'll be there with bells on fine stuff indeed

From: Jeff Date: September 28, 2010 at 22:01
Um, yeah, pretty boring stuff here. It's not that these aren't good artists, big names of course, but talk about spinning this a few times in the car and finding myself thinking about the to do list. Nothing memorable, nothing catchy, nothing that makes you want to come back for more.

From: edwithmj Date: October 7, 2010 at 17:24
This one is definitely a grower. Running Out is my favourite song.

From: CC Date: August 2, 2011 at 16:18
Not a bad album by any means, but absolutely nothing exciting about it. Its all very well played, but after a few spins, I still couldnt remember a single song on it and its now just another album sitting there gathering dust.

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