SAMMY HAGAR – Three Lock Box [Japan SHM-CD remastered Limited Release] HQ

Requested by many, here’s the really good SAMMY HAGAR album “Three Rock Box“, in its pristine Japanese remastered edition pressed on high quality SHM-CD, now out of print.
Sammy Hagar hit a nerve with his previous LP, and this follow-up “Three Lock Box” would prove not only that its predecessor wasn’t a fluke, but that the Red Rocker was in a legitimate groove when the album was released on Nov. 30, 1982.
According to Hagar himself, “Three Lock Box” is one of his favorite solo albums. Working with skilled producer Keith Olsen, this new effort was surrounded by a lush sound design, and collaborations from renowned AOR musicians such as Loverboy’s Mike Reno, Journey’s Jonathan Cain, future Mr. Mister’s Richard Page and Giant’s Alan Pasqua, among others.

VAN HALEN – Live… ’92 [Alive The Live Japan release] *0dayrox Exclusive*

Only released in Japan by ‘Alive The Live’ specialized label, ”Live… ’92” captures VAN HALEN at the Selland Arena, Fresno CA, during the US tour in support of their chart-topping For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge album.
At the time, and with almost 2 decades as a band, VAN HALEN didn’t had yet an official live album. Here they took the best of the two Selland Arena shows and agreed to broadcast on the radio.
Next year VAN HALEN would release their official live album “Live: Right Here, Right Now” containing almost the same track list, but many fans think that album doesn’t make justice to VH preforming live, it feels a bit cold.
On this ”Live… ’92” the band is hot and having a good time, and while sound quality isn’t as clear and polished as on “Live: Right Here, Right Now” (with its studio overdubs) it’s good enough to enjoy the whole thing, with Eddie’s guitar much more upfront in the mix.
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SAMMY HAGAR – Standing Hampton [Japan SHM-CD remastered Ltd Release] HQ

Requested by one of you, here’s “Standing Hampton“, another SAMMY HAGAR album in its pristine Japanese remastered edition pressed on high quality SHM-CD, now out of print.
“Standing Hampton” is Hagar’s first album for Geffen Records, and some kind of breakthrough for his solo career achieving RIAA certification eventually going platinum, and five of its singles charted in either the mainstream rock or pop singles charts.
Produced by expert Keith Olsen, the first half of “Standing Hampton” is an incredible 21 minutes of rock and roll to feed both your brain and your adrenaline.
Here’s “There’s Only One Way to Rock”, who went on to be one of Hagar’s biggest solo hits and a signature…

VAN HALEN – 5150 [Japan edition remastered – Forever Young series] Out Of Print

Few people know – even some rabid VAN HALEN fans – that the Sammy Hagar-era albums have been remastered as part of the Japan WB Records ‘Forever Young’ series. These are the only remastered versions available of these albums, and many of you asked for ’em over and over again, so here’s the blast “5150 – Forever Young series remastered“.
All Van Halen albums from the Sammy Hagar-era have that bombastic, glossy ’80s production, but especially on the first two, the bass presence is scarce, typical from the era. On this Japanese remaster you get…

VAN HALEN – For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge [Japan edition remastered – Forever Young series] Out Of Print

Yesterday was the 30th anniversary of VAN HALEN‘s “For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge“, perhaps the most complete (and best) album from the Hagar era. Few people know – even some rabid VAN HALEN fans – that the Sammy Hagar-era albums have been remastered as part of the WB Records Japan ‘Forever Young’ series. These are the only remastered versions available of these albums.
All Van Halen albums from the Sammy Hagar-era have that bombastic, glossy ’80s production, but especially on the first two, the bass presence is scarce, typical from the era.
“For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge” production is more punchy on the low frequencies, but still a bass level up is needed on the original CD transfers / pressings. On this Japanese remaster you get a higher overall (as it is the norm on most remasters) level, but fortunately not saturated / brickwalled. The waveforms are…

HEAVY METAL – Music From The Motion Picture [Vinyl LP reissue] (2017)

After many requests, here’s in exclusive the legendary “HEAVY METAL : Music From The Motion Picture“, in its 2-LP recent release. This is part of the Rhino Records ‘Rocktober’ series, an annual campaign featuring limited edition vinyl releases of classic albums, issued in October, 2017.
The 2-LP release is only available in the U.S. and Canada, already sold out now and very expensive.
‘Heavy Metal’ is a 1981 Canadian-American adult animated sci-fi-fantasy film based in the Heavy Metal Magazine, which was the basis for the film. Like the magazine, the film features a great deal of graphic violence, sexuality, and nudity, censored at various countries.
The movie soundtrack features songs inspired by the story, but most the artists involved aren’t musically ‘heavy metal’ at all. The term is used here into other context.
Musically, “HEAVY METAL : Music From The Motion Picture” offers more than the title suggests, and the songs fit perfectly with their respective film segments. Most songs from the likes of Journey, Cheap Trick, Blue Oyester Club, etc, are exclusive to this soundtrack, some never appeared into any other release, some are different from the originals, noted as ‘Soundtrack Version’.

SAMMY HAGAR & THE CIRCLE – Lockdown 2020 (2021)

“When we’re on tour, these are the songs we’ve been jamming to backstage for years. Before we go on stage, we warm up for about an hour playing everything from James Brown and AC/DC to the Bee Gees, The Who and David Bowie… you name it. So until we can get back to our live shows, these Lockdown Sessions are a great way to keep the band close and our chops up” – said Sammy Hagar about the new, upcoming album “Lockdown 2020” from SAMMY HAGAR & THE CIRCLE.
”Lockdown 2020” features updates of songs from Van Halen, including “Right Now,” “Good Enough” and “Don’t Tell Me (What Love Can Do)”; as well as Hagar’s “Sympathy for the Human”; the Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again”; AC/DC’s “Whole Lotta Rosie” and more…

HSAS (Hagar Schon Aaronson Shrieve) – Through The Fire [Japan HR/HM 1000 Series Remastered] *EXCLUSIVE*

As requested, here’s in exclusive the Japanese remastered reissue of “Through The Fire“, the 1984 project of HSAS = Hagar Schon Aaronson Shrieve, released as part of the Universal Music Japan series ‘HR/HM 1000‘, that meaning Hard Rock / Heavy Metal at the price of 1000 Yen = about 9,5 USD.
With songs composed by Sammy Hagar and Neal Schon (except the cover of “Whiter Shade of Pale”, made famous by Procol Harum) the album was recorded live with guitar overdubs added later.
HSAS “Through The Fire” is the best ’80s hard rock cult classic that you may never had heard… Do it now. Rocks.
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SAMMY HAGAR – Sammy Hagar & Friends (full)

Released by Frontiers Records, “SAMMY HAGAR & Friends” was Sammy Hagar’s first solo album in this decade and as title makes clear, features a colorful array of guest talents, including Journey guitarist Neal Schon, Chickenfoot bandmates Michael Anthony, Joe Satriani & Chad Smith, and Heart’s belter Nancy Wilson among others, brighten up the Red Rocker’s first collaborations album. Hagar has...

SAMMY HAGAR & THE CIRCLE – Space Between (2019)

SAMMY HAGAR & THE CIRCLE — comprised of Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductees Sammy Hagar (Montrose, Van Halen, Chickenfoot) and bassist Michael Anthony (Van Halen, Chickenfoot), drummer Jason Bonham (Bonham, Foreigner, Black Country Communion) and guitarist Vic Johnson — will release their debut album of original material, titled “Space Between”, tomorrow. According to Hagar, the 10 songs on...

SAMMY HAGAR – Danger Zone [Rock Candy Remastered & Reloaded] (2019)

Rock Candy specialists have just released a ‘Remastered & Reloaded’ of SAMMY HAGAR fifth studio album “Danger Zone”. For this record, Hagar recruited British engineer Geoff Workman fresh from recording Journey’s 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 collection of tracks and a...

V.A. – 0dayrox Advanced Releases Feb-March 2019 – Vol.3

New year, and many new interesting releases coming up. Here’s some great advanced singles.Less than two years since the release of “The Missing Peace” — the first L.A. GUNS album since 2002’s ‘Waking The Dead’ to feature founding guitarist Tracii Guns and vocalist Phil Lewis — the group will issue a follow-up effort, “The Devil You Know”, on March 29...

SAMMY HAGAR – Musical Chairs [BGO Records digitally remastered]

This is another request for early SAMMY HAGAR solo albums in a remastered form. Here’s “Musical Chairs”, his third. One of Hagar’s rawest recordings, the record features some guitars that are a treat for listeners fond of the much tougher, uncompromising music that the Red Rocker used throughout his early years to build one of the largest followings for an...

SAMMY HAGAR and The Wabos – Live Hallelujah [CD version full]

With the recent batch of SAMMY HAGAR albums featured here, another one of you asked for SAMMY HAGAR and The Wabos‘ “Live Hallelujah” in its true CD release. The audio versions floating around are taken from the video-DVD. This is the real one, pretty hard to find. For his first live album in about 25 years, Sammy Hagar originally wanted...

SAMMY HAGAR – VOA [Japan remaster SHM-CD] (2013 / 2018)

It was about time for the best ’80s SAMMY HAGAR albums to receive a SHM-CD release. Four of them were released in Japan on the excellent cardboard sleeve Mini LP format, freshly remastered and with the usual, complete original artwork reproduction.“VOA” was the last solo album released by Hagar before he joined Van Halen. The title of the record is...