Hagar live,released about 3 years after it was recorded.At the time of its release he was a big star on Geffen records.This album is rather skimpy,most songs are fairly weak,but ok.
U.S. CD debut for his 1983 live Capitol LP featuring eight tracks recorded live in 1980, plus a live version from 1977 of ’Someone Out There’ added as a bonus track. Nine tracks total. Tracks included here are ’Plain Jane’, ’Trans Am (Highway Wonderland)’ and ’This Planet’s On Fire (Burn In Hell)’.
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Released after Sammy signed with Geffen records and exploded with the great “Standing Hampton”, this album features poor sound quality but great songs from “Street Machine”, “Danger Zone” and also his days with Ronnie Montrose.You will appreciate this piece of work if you are a true Hagar fan, though if you are you probably already have it. If you have only jumped on Sammy’s bandwagon after a recent trip to the Cabo Wabo,then start with his other live release, “All Night Long “
First let me state that I rarely like live albums. Usually all the noise just disrupts my listening. This is one of the few that I like. Classic Hagar songs, and an energy filled performance.