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    Default Satriani: 'I Could See Chickenfoot Recording Three To Four Albums'

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    Well, Audioslave and Velvet Revolver lasted long enough for three releases... right?
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    I wonder if Chickenfoot will be seen as relevant as Velvet Revolver and Audioslave were and as such garner the support and interest that those bands had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broken9500 View Post
    I wonder if Chickenfoot will be seen as relevant as Velvet Revolver and Audioslave were and as such garner the support and interest that those bands had.
    Just due to the ages of those involved I would say no. To us it might not seem important, but I don't see teenagers rocking out to sixty year old fat guys, and teenagers drive the popular music industry to a large extent. I am sure someone can word it better, but I just don't see them crossing over from the Classic Rock genre with much success.

    It will do well with the over 35 crowd, but I don't see alot of people younger than that ever even knowing who they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    Just due to the ages of those involved I would say no. To us it might not seem important, but I don't see teenagers rocking out to sixty year old fat guys, and teenagers drive the popular music industry to a large extent. I am sure someone can word it better, but I just don't see them crossing over from the Classic Rock genre with much success.

    It will do well with the over 35 crowd, but I don't see alot of people younger than that ever even knowing who they are.
    same here and because of that I don't see this project enjoying the same sort of attention or "hipness" as Audioslave or Velvet Revolver and as such, I don't see it lasting as long as either of those groups either.
    Stay out of it, dude.


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    I'll be the first to throw it out there because it's inevitable......will the Foot release a second album before VH releases something new?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    Just due to the ages of those involved I would say no. To us it might not seem important, but I don't see teenagers rocking out to sixty year old fat guys, and teenagers drive the popular music industry to a large extent. I am sure someone can word it better, but I just don't see them crossing over from the Classic Rock genre with much success.

    It will do well with the over 35 crowd, but I don't see alot of people younger than that ever even knowing who they are.
    I agree...
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    I appreciate Joe saying this but who the buck cares? I'm just excited that there is a great new classic rock cd coming out. Hell, I hope to live until that one is released and I'll worry about the next album 12 months from now and after the world tour.

    I remember hearing on the radio in 1994 that Sam was celebrating his (mid)40 something birthday and thinking to myself that VH only had about 8-10 years left and maybe 4 more albums. Little did I know that Sam would go into his 60's, VH would break up and form III, reunite with Sam and then with Dave only to release 2 new albums over the next 15 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broken9500 View Post
    I wonder if Chickenfoot will be seen as relevant as Velvet Revolver and Audioslave were and as such garner the support and interest that those bands had.
    Velvet Revolver didn't thrill me. Audioslaves first album was great but the next two weren't as good. CF will last as long as they sell records and they get along.

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    Cool story on the making of DTD tune.. Spontaneous tune made in the studio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    Just due to the ages of those involved I would say no. To us it might not seem important, but I don't see teenagers rocking out to sixty year old fat guys, and teenagers drive the popular music industry to a large extent. I am sure someone can word it better, but I just don't see them crossing over from the Classic Rock genre with much success.

    It will do well with the over 35 crowd, but I don't see alot of people younger than that ever even knowing who they are.
    I would agree with this if not for the fact that VH just had a very successful tour, Rolling Stones, Boston, Journey, etc have been doing it for years. If anything, I'd say that these older guys are the ones that are packing venues more than some of these younger acts.

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    It will depend on the music. A great song can always get traction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    Just due to the ages of those involved I would say no. To us it might not seem important, but I don't see teenagers rocking out to sixty year old fat guys, and teenagers drive the popular music industry to a large extent. I am sure someone can word it better, but I just don't see them crossing over from the Classic Rock genre with much success.

    It will do well with the over 35 crowd, but I don't see alot of people younger than that ever even knowing who they are.
    To be honest, I don't think they even NEED the young crowd. There are plenty of 30+ year olds that dig classic rock and that will buy the album.

    The record industry has changed and young people download SONGS - they don't buy albums. It's the older generation that still buy albums. Whitesnake's Good To Be Bad has now sold 350,000 copies. It ain't teenagers that bought it. Same for AC/DC, Motley Crue and various other hard rock bands that have sold well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hey man View Post
    To be honest, I don't think they even NEED the young crowd. There are plenty of 30+ year olds that dig classic rock and that will buy the album.

    The record industry has changed and young people download SONGS - they don't buy albums. It's the older generation that still buy albums. Whitesnake's Good To Be Bad has now sold 350,000 copies. It ain't teenagers that bought it. Same for AC/DC, Motley Crue and various other hard rock bands that have sold well.
    while I certainly see the convenience of downloading tunes and being able to store them all in one library, to me there is still something great about reading the liner notes, looking at pictures, etc. That's why I'm really still a record guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Down View Post
    I'll be the first to throw it out there because it's inevitable......will the Foot release a second album before VH releases something new?
    Would have to depned on what "new" is. Are we talking an all-new VH studio album?
    I would have to say 'yes' to that.
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