Chickenfoot - Chickenfoot [320 Kbps] 
Chickenfoot - Chickenfoot [320 kbps] 
Chickenfoot is a hard rock supergroup formed by former Van Halen members Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony, guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani, and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith. The band released their self-titled debut album in 2009, which received positive reviews from critics and fans alike. The album features 10 tracks of high-energy rock and roll, with influences from blues, metal, and funk. The album was recorded at Skywalker Sound in Marin County, California, and produced by Andy Johns, who has worked with Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and Van Halen. The album was packaged with a heat-sensitive artwork that revealed an image when touched or exposed to heat above 84 degrees Fahrenheit.
The album opens with "Avenida Revolucion", a song about the violence and corruption in Mexico, inspired by Hagar's visits to Cabo San Lucas. The song features a heavy riff by Satriani, a powerful vocal performance by Hagar, and a thunderous drum solo by Smith. The next track, "Soap on a Rope", is a catchy rocker with a funky groove and a catchy chorus. The song showcases the chemistry between the band members, as they trade vocals and solos. The third track, "Sexy Little Thing", is a bluesy number with a banjo intro by Satriani and a seductive vocal by Hagar. The song is about the attraction between a man and a woman, and features some harmonica by Satriani.
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The first single from the album, "Oh Yeah", is a feel-good anthem with a positive message. The song has a catchy hook and a sing-along chorus that invites the listener to join the party. The song also features some keyboards by Satriani and some backing vocals by Anthony. The fifth track, "Runnin' Out", is a fast-paced rocker with a driving beat and a soaring chorus. The song is about the urgency of living in the moment and making the most of life. The sixth track, "Get It Up", is another upbeat rocker with a catchy riff and a humorous lyric. The song is about the difficulties of getting older and maintaining one's vitality.
The seventh track, "Down the Drain", is the longest track on the album, clocking in at over six minutes. The song is based on a jam session that the band recorded live in the studio, and features some improvisation and experimentation. The song has a heavy groove and a psychedelic vibe, with some wah-wah guitar by Satriani and some vocal effects by Hagar. The eighth track, "My Kinda Girl", is a romantic ballad with a country flavor. The song features some acoustic guitar and harp by Satriani and some tender vocals by Hagar. The song is about finding one's soulmate and being happy together.
The ninth track, "Learning to Fall", is another ballad with a more dramatic tone. The song features some piano and strings by Satriani and some emotional vocals by Hagar. The song is about facing one's fears and overcoming one's challenges. The final track, "Turnin' Left", is a tribute to Hagar's passion for racing cars. The song has a fast tempo and a rocking riff, with some references to Formula One drivers and tracks. The song also features some guest vocals by Montrose singer Keith St John.
Chickenfoot is an impressive debut album by a band of seasoned musicians who have nothing to prove but everything to offer. The album showcases their talents, their chemistry, their humor, and their passion for rock music. The album is a must-have for fans of hard rock, blues rock, heavy metal, or any of the band members' previous works.
Source: [Wikipedia], [Discogs]