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Chickenfoot III
Chickenfoot III
Price: $9.49

25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 70's Rockers Rejoice, September 27, 2011
This review is from: Chickenfoot III (MP3 Music)
The subject matter on many of these songs is a bit darker/serious and more complex than their first release but the hook and groove on most of the tracks curls the lip and makes the head nod. The guys really visit their roots and it shows in many of the riffs Joe has provided. Backup vocals with Michael seem to be focal point throughout as well which is fine by me. Production is slick and polished. Tracks that shine are "3 1/2 letters" (spoken word which jumps off the beaten path a bit but really connects Sammy's voice has held up remarkably well for all the years of belting it but it does seem a bit strained a time or two. Joe is Joe, bow down and grovel. "Dubai Blues" is straight up taught by pros, listen and learn. "BigFoot" in non-complicated fun. "Up Next" awesome hook and Joe's solo brings back a lot of good memories and makes me smile. Know that every track isn't a headbanger's wet dream, the "Foot" show a mature tempo on a lot of the tracks. If you are expecting something new and completely different pick it up someday but if you are a fan of Sammy and boys that make up the "Foot" this album will not disappoint.


J-Men Forever!
J-Men Forever!
DVD ~ Peter Bergman
Price: $9.99
14 used & new from $7.80

5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally on DVD!, March 18, 2003
This review is from: J-Men Forever! (DVD)
Folks, you cannot imagine how long I have waited for this to be released. If you have no clue about J-Men Forever, take all the movie serials from the 30's and 40's, jumble them together and add voice-overs creating a whole new story which makes Woddy Allen's What's Up, Tiger Lily? look like .... Great 70's rock music backup this great story of the Lightning Bug who resides on the moon, trying to take over the Earth with Rock-N-Roll and pot. There are so many quotable lines in this movie, it will change your life. Maybe....
"You can thank the Rock-N-Roll detector for leading you to your doom.."
"Thanks!"


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