8 thoughts on “ Rock Is In My Blood - Sammy Hagar - VOA (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Jul 31,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Rock Is In My Blood · Sammy Hagar Voa ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Producer: Ted Templeman Composer Lyricist: Sammy Hagar.
  2. Jul 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sammy Hagar - Rock Is In My Blood () (Remastered) HQ YouTube There's Only One Way To Rock - Duration: Sammy Hagar , views.
  3. When my heart beats, it's two and four It's getting hard to leave, I keep wanting more Baby, 'cause rock is in my blood Baby, rock is in my soul And my heart's on fire, baby It comforts me, makes me high And what touches me I can't deny You can take me so far from here But it still remains in my ears Baby, 'cause rock is in my blood.
  4. Apr 22,  · VOA, an Album by Sammy Hagar. Released 23 July on Geffen (catalog no. GHS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock, Glam Metal. Featured peformers: Sammy Hagar (lead vocals), Sammy Hagar (lead guitar), Gary Pihl (rhythm guitar), Gary Pihl (backing vocals), Jesse Harms (keyboards), Jesse Harms (backing vocals), Bill Church (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id /5(15).
  5. In general, I don't consider myself a Sammy Hagar fan. Prior to picking up a copy of 's "VOA", I'd been listening to 's "", the first Van Halen album with Sammy, and was seriously turned off by Hagar's unimaginative, 'straight-down-the-middle' wailing, not to mention his extremely tasteless obnoxiousness in spots such as the beginning of "Good Enough"/5(76).
  6. Jun 19,  · SAMMY HAGAR - VOA (VOice of america) hard rock 12" LP VINYL ALBUM. VOA is the last solo album Sammy Hagar released before joining Van Halen. Around the same time Sammy Hagar joined Van Halen, guitarist Gary Pihl joined Boston. The title is a reference to the "Voice of America" broadcast network.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sammy Hagar - VOA at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Sammy Hagar collection/5().
  8. In general, I don't consider myself a Sammy Hagar fan. Prior to picking up a copy of 's "VOA", I'd been listening to 's "", the first Van Halen album with Sammy, and was seriously turned off by Hagar's unimaginative, 'straight-down-the-middle' wailing, not to mention his extremely tasteless obnoxiousness in spots such as the beginning of "Good Enough".

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