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  • Audio CD (April 20, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spitfire
  • ASIN: B0001Z363W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,943 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Crazy Or High
2. Queen Of Sorrow
3. Steppin Stone
4. Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
5. Takillya (Estyabon)
6. Won't Find It Here
7. She Deserves A Free Ride (Val's Song)
8. House Of Doom
9. Damage Is Done
10. Layne
11. Woman Don't Cry
12. No Other
13. Whiter Shade Of Pale
14. Once More
15. Fear

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There is music growth and experimentation here.
Barton Lanker
This album has simply separated the true music fans from the "hardcore" sole metal listener.
John Fromell XVII, SDMF
Next time someone tells you Zakk can't write good songs, give them this.
Goldenduck

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Goldenduck on May 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Er, hello? Anybody home? The name of this record is 'HANGOVER MUSIC'. Not 'Music To Go Crazy And Break Stuff To' or 'Monster Riffs From Hell'. Jesus, how ignorant can people be? Did all you people complaining about this album not read any press or bother to go over to his website before this was released? Or when you were handing over your cash did you not even stop to think what an album entitled 'HANGOVER MUSIC' might contain? Er, how about music that you'd like to play when you're hungover?.....
Anyway... Quite simply I think this album is fantastic and as much as I love Zakk's previous work I think he has written something incredibley special here. I just can't over the huge leap Zakk has made with this album. His songwriting, lyrics, vocals and solos have all improved with this release and I for one have an even greater respect for the man.
Everything is here. Although there are a lot of acoustic guitars and pianos there are still lots of electric riffs and out of this world solos. I cannot possibly see how ANYONE who likes Book of Shadows cannot fall in love with this album. I appreciate that everyone hears music differently but, to my ears at least, this album is something very special indeed. It's certainly darker than BoS but I see this as a wonderful thing!
I love the fact that he isn't singing "oh mama" in every song and that he's dealing with a lot of dark stuff. Also, seemingly out of nowhere his solos have suddenly gained something which they've sometimes lacked in the past; feeling. There's even a section during the 'Layne' song that sounds a bit 'trippy'.
I've always had a tremendous respect for him as a guitarist and riff writer but now I can say that I also have the same amount of respect for him as a songwriter.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Grant on August 16, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ok, a couple of real jackasses have reviewed this album and given it bad reviews simply on the basis of it not being their style. This is a fairly mellow album, but mellow for Zakk isn't the same as mellow for say Sting. So if say Led Zepplin makes your ears hurt, then put this back on the shelf and save your money. On the other hand, if heaviness is your only criterea, then this is not the album for you either. Frankly, I would have prefered more balls out metal album like Blessed Hellride or Stronger Than Death, but Zakk's got more than one kind of music in him and this is a little metal, a little hard rock, and a little country flavor, some accoustic, some piano, its kind of ecclectic. The one thing that stood out the most to me is that Zakk has taken the soloing up yet another notch, there's more speed, more variety, more all around creativity. In some tracks the riffing seems a little uninspired, in others his usual intuitive ability to make simple but really cool riffs shines through. In some places I also do think he's taking the wannabe Ozzy vox a little too far (especially on Houe of Doom). Its not all what I would have asked for, but its really very good from start to finish, very enjoyable and I've got to respect his talent on this album yet again. There is also a remarkable lack of filler for a guy who's so damn prolific. Considering the fact he has released a new studio album EACH of the previous 2 years, I think he did a hell of a job on each of the fifteen tracks here. Lastly, whatever you do, don't listen to that guy who says this is all a mess and complains Zakk only uses penatonic scales, and that its a bunch of macho crap. That last comment especially makes me think he didn't even actually listen to this album, and just doesn't like Zakk on the basis of his being a guy with great chops who isn't a guitar nerd like Malmsteen.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By LUIS on December 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
With "Hangover Music Vol. 6" Zakk Wylde mixes the acoustic elements from his excellent solo album "Book of Shadows" with the more aggresive rock of the rest of Black Label Society's catalogue. The end result is a very doomy, boozy, southern rock collection of songs that are among the best Zakk's ever written. Nowhere else is the doom/stoner rock feel more prevalent than in the excellent track "House of Doom", a very catchy number with great riffs and some very good vocal work. Now Zakk Wylde is not exactly a standout singer, but he does interpret the songs with a lot of feeling.

As I said, there's a lot of acoustic work in some songs but also a lot of heavy handed riffing that should please most metalheads. And of course Zakk's signature guitar soloing really elevates the songs to a whole new level. He never resorts to just fiddling about the fretboard (like some other guitar "heroes"), but makes each solo a part of the song, the way it should be. An interesting track is the cover "Whiter Shade of Pale" which is a piano only ballad, its OK, but I found Zakk's vocals somewhat lacking and not fitting the mood of the song.

In closing, one of Black Label Society's best so far, no doubt!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on August 15, 2004
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"Hangover Music", the sixth offering from Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society, shows the guitar hero getting back to the basics which made his solo album's "Pride & Glory" and "Book of Shadows" so great. Just about every song featured here is purposely slow tuned and loaded with soul, from the opening "Crazy or High", "Queen of Sorrow", "House of Doom", "Damage is Done", and the touching "Layne" which is a fitting tribute to late Alice in Chains frontman Layne Staley, and a much more heartfelt tribute than a song of the same title done by the supremely overrated Staind. Zakk's guitar talents are as amazing as ever, and his voice sounds better than it ever has. The only problem with "Hangover Music" is that people expecting the same kind of BLS brand music from earlier albums like "Blessed Hellride", "1919 Eternal", "Stronger Than Death", and "Sonic Brew" will be in for a bit of a surprise when they hear this whole album, but longtime fans of Zakk will appreciate the musicianship and diversity found here. All in all, this is yet another solid album from Zakk, and I anxiously await any new material to come from him.
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