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Digitally re-mastered edition of one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Hard Rock albums of all time. Released in early 1974, it introduced both a sound and a swagger that single-handedly dragged Heavy Rock kicking and screaming from it's turgid proto-Metal roots into a modern streamlined era, opening up a brave new world of possibilities. For guitarist Ronnie Montrose and frontman Sammy Hagar, this was indeed history in the making. It has been rightfully said that there is not a weak track on this album. Every guitar riff, drum break and ball-squeezing vocal rings out with a pristine clarity that sounds as astounding now as it did when it was first released. Essential to their monumental sound is the creative axis of Hagar and Montrose, who provide the classic guitar/vocalist foil, in a tradition set by Plant/Page, Jagger/Richards and Tyler/Perry.
Digitally re-mastered edition of one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Hard Rock albums of all time. Released in early 1974, it introduced both a sound and a swagger that single-handedly dragged Heavy Rock kicking and screaming from it's turgid proto-Metal roots into a modern streamlined era, opening up a brave new world of possibilities. For guitarist Ronnie Montrose and frontman Sammy Hagar, this was indeed history in the making. It has been rightfully said that there is not a weak track on this album. Every guitar riff, drum break and ball-squeezing vocal rings out with a pristine clarity that sounds as astounding now as it did when it was first released. Essential to their monumental sound is the creative axis of Hagar and Montrose, who provide the classic guitar/vocalist foil, in a tradition set by Plant/Page, Jagger/Richards and Tyler/Perry.
827565000289

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Format: CD
Label: RCDY
Catalog: 0500028
Rel. Date: 06/07/2011
UPC: 827565000289

Montrose
Artist: Montrose
Format: CD
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Digitally re-mastered edition of one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Hard Rock albums of all time. Released in early 1974, it introduced both a sound and a swagger that single-handedly dragged Heavy Rock kicking and screaming from it's turgid proto-Metal roots into a modern streamlined era, opening up a brave new world of possibilities. For guitarist Ronnie Montrose and frontman Sammy Hagar, this was indeed history in the making. It has been rightfully said that there is not a weak track on this album. Every guitar riff, drum break and ball-squeezing vocal rings out with a pristine clarity that sounds as astounding now as it did when it was first released. Essential to their monumental sound is the creative axis of Hagar and Montrose, who provide the classic guitar/vocalist foil, in a tradition set by Plant/Page, Jagger/Richards and Tyler/Perry.
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