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  • Audio CD (March 17 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen - Universal Special Imports
  • ASIN: B000000OMH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #113,161 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Three Lock Box
2. Remote Love
3. Remember The Heroes
4. Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy
5. In The Room
6. Rise Of The Animal
7. I Wouldn't Change A Thing
8. Growing Up
9. Never Give Up
10. I Don't Need Love

Product Description

SAMMY HAGAR Three Lock Box (US issue of the 10-track CD album featuring guest appearances by Loverboys Mike Reno Journeys Jonathan Cain and Mr. Misters Richard Page including the Top 20 single Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy picture sleeveinlay)

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Format: Audio CD
There aren't as many hits here as on Sammy's predecessor "Standing Hampton" or the follow-up "VOA." Both of those come pretty close, but just because there's very little filler here, this marginally wins.
"Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy" is Sam's biggest hit and my favorite song of his. It's almost never played on the radio anymore, though. It's a typical '80s Hard Rocker, but slightly more pop, due to keyboard use. Many other songs here use them too. "Remote Love" and "Never Give Up" are carbon copies and excellent album tracks. The other hits were the title track and "I Don't Need Love." These are more like his standard fare. The latter is also one of his best, fast-paced, sex and party, but 'safe' song.
"I Wouldn't Change A Thing" was, I believe, a minor hit that should've been bigger. One thing about this album that were LESS present in others was the slightly serious thoughts on top of the usual party rock. The part ballad "Remember the Hereoes" (about soldiers) was the only completely dramatic song, but it fits in well and is a nice addition. "Growing Up" was a self-explanatory look at just that. (One thing I like about Rock stars is they don't have an age limit for subjects. Sammy was in his late 30s when this came out, but he can talk about coming of age and make it sound totally natural). "In the Room" was another change. The only song I can't get into. A little darker, it talks about dreamland vs reality. "Rise of the Animal" is similar to this, but somewhat more musically engaging.
3 Lock Box is more or less forgotten probably since it's sandwitched between albums which have the near Metal of "One Way to Rock" and "Heavy Metal" as well as the classic road song "Can't Drive 55." By the time I discovered this, I was a die-hard fan of those too, so take my word, don't pass it up.
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By A Customer on March 10 2000
Format: Audio CD
Sammy's career is legendary and Three Lock Box rightfully fits into Hagar's history like a glove. The hits are here (Your Love is Driving Me Crazy & the title track to name a few) but what really puts this album on top are the early hints of Hagar's serious side which become more apparent in his later work. Songs like "Remember the Heroes" and "Growing Up" speak for themselves. This CD has been somewhat overlooked lately, but it really is an excellent piece of music. If you are a fan of Sammy Hagar, it is a must. If you are not, be advised, this will likely change your mind!
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By A Customer on June 10 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is such a fun CD. Sammy was really on a roll when he recorded this music. There is a lot of inspired music from someone who obliviously loves what he does. Songs of love and devotion "Never Give Up", "I wouldn't Change One Thing" and pride "Remember the Heroes" are a great compliment to one of Sammy's biggest hits of the early 80's "Your Love is Driving Me Crazy". It's also a great companion to Standing Hampton. Add this to your collection, it is a great CD to play at BBQs, picnics, or any kind of party!!
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By A Customer on Sept. 19 2002
Format: Audio CD
THREE LOCK BOX is good-time rock album that has some serious lyrics- "Remember The Heroes" is about Vietnam, and "I Wouldn't Change A Thing", describes life's experiences. The blend of Bob Seger/Ted Nugent Detroit rock, Skynyrd/Outlaws Southern rock, and Humble Pie/Foghat/Montrose heavy metal that was present on STANDING HAMPTON remains, but a bit of Journey-esque pop-rock creeps in on the hit single "Your Love Is Driving me Crazy." This and its predecessor, along with MARCHING TO MARS and NOT 4 SALE, are Sammy Hagar's finest solo albums.
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