Hagar, Sammy: Danger Zone

SKU: 36982257
Sammy Hagar: Danger Zone

Hagar, Sammy: Danger Zone

SKU: 36982257

Format: CD

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Title: Danger Zone
Artist: Hagar, Sammy
Label: Rock Candy Records
UPC: 602557467048
Genre: Rock

Recorded in San Francisco, the record was originally set to be produced by Tom Scholz, the embittered leader of multimillion seller's Boston, but it was a move nixed by Tom's record label who insisted that he concentrate on finishing up their album first. Not to be outdone, Hagar recruited British engineer Geoff Workman fresh from recording Journey's breakthrough album Infinity. That wasn't the only Journey connection as both vocalist Steve Perry and guitarist Neal Schon made guest appearances helping to showcase a thoroughly impressive collection of tracks and a production that propelled Hagar's stature ever upwards. Originally issued in 1980, the record contained ten golden hard rock nuggets including the cut and thrust of openers 'Love Or Money' and '20th Century Man', two of Hagar's most accomplished recordings to date. 'The pace continues with 'Miles From Boredom', the sinister strains of 'In The Night (Entering The Danger Zone)' and the triumphant 'Run For Your Life'. It is a record that enhanced his reputation as one of the most compelling and significant artists of the era."

1.1 Love or Money 3:01
1.2 20th Century Man 3:15
1.3 Miles from Boredom 3:43
1.4 Mommy Says, Daddy Says 2:34
1.5 In the Night (Entering the Danger Zone) 5:11
1.6 The Iceman 4:10
1.7 Bad Reputation 3:31
1.8 Heartbeat 3:34
1.9 Run for Your Life 4:21
1.10 The Danger Zone 0:41
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