Chickenfoot III

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Chickenfoot III
Chickenfoot iii cover 3.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 27, 2011[1]
RecordedApril 2010 / January–June 2011
StudioThe Foot Locker / Red Rocker Recording
GenreHard rock, heavy metal, blues rock
LabeleOne Music, earMUSIC, WHD Entertainment Japan[2]
ProducerMike Fraser, Chickenfoot
Chickenfoot chronology
Chickenfoot III
Singles from Chickenfoot III
  1. "Big Foot"
    Released: August 2, 2011
  2. "Different Devil"
    Released: January 9, 2012
Sammy Hagar chronology
Chickenfoot III
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3.5/5 stars [3]
Rolling Stone Brasil2.5/5 stars[4]

Chickenfoot III is the second studio album by American hard rock band Chickenfoot, released on September 27, 2011.[1] The first pressing of the album was packaged in an exclusive 3-D album cover and includes 11 new songs. Despite the title, this is not actually the band's third album. Other rumored titles that have been mentioned include Chickenfoot IV (four).


The band began to record the album back in April 2010, when they had some free time. They demoed four unnamed songs and put one of them in a video describing the A.M.P.F. technology (which stands for "Audio Musical Performance Fidelity").[5]

On July 8, 2011, the band posted a new video online of the first teaser of one of the songs from the new album with this message included in the video: "Attention Foot Soldiers. Get Your Boots On. September 27, 2011."[6]


Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Sammy Hagar and Joe Satriani, except where noted.

1."Last Temptation" 4:02
2."Alright Alright"Chickenfoot4:39
3."Different Devil"Hagar, Satriani, Chad Smith4:24
4."Up Next" 4:33
5."Lighten Up" 5:12
6."Come Closer" 4:08
7."Three and a Half Letters" 4:07
8."Big Foot" 3:49
9."Dubai Blues" 5:02
10."Something Going Wrong" 5:16
11."No Change" (bonus track)Chickenfoot4:24

Vinyl release[edit]

Limited pressings in red vinyl and blue vinyl were also released in 12" LP format, but the hidden track "No Change" is not on the vinyl versions.

Bonus tracks[edit]

Classic Rock fanpack
11."Down the Drain" (live in Phoenix)9:13
12."Oh Yeah" (live in Phoenix)6:24
Deluxe edition (Disc 2)[7]
1."Avenida Revolucion"Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani5:56
2."Soap on a Rope"Hagar, Satriani5:32
3."Sexy Little Thing"Hagar, Satriani4:14
4."Oh Yeah"Hagar, Satriani4:54
5."Runnin' Out"Hagar, Satriani3:52
6."Get It Up"Hagar, Satriani, Michael Anthony, Chad Smith4:41
7."Down the Drain"Hagar, Satriani6:17
8."My Kinda Girl"Hagar, Satriani4:32
9."Learning to Fall"Hagar, Satriani5:13
10."Turnin' Left"Hagar, Satriani5:48
11."Future in the Past"Hagar, Satriani, Anthony, Smith6:38
12."Bitten by the Wolf"Hagar, Satriani4:24
Deluxe edition (Disc 3 – DVD)[7]
2."Big Foot" (music video)TBA
3."Turning Left" (Live in Phoenix)TBA
4."Sexy Little Thing" (music video)TBA
Deluxe edition (Disc 4: DVD)[7]
1."Avenida Revolucion" (live)TBA
2."Soap on a Rope" (live at Montreaux, 2009)TBA
3."Sexy Little Thing" (live at Montreaux, 2009)TBA
4."Oh Yeah" (live)TBA
5."Runnin' Out" (live)TBA
6."Get It Up" (live)TBA
7."Down the Drain" (live at Montreaux, 2009)TBA
8."My Kinda Girl" (live)TBA
9."Learning to Fall" (live)TBA
10."Turnin' Left" (live)TBA
11."Future in the Past" (live)TBA
12."Bitten by the Wolf" (live)TBA
13."Soap on a Rope" (music video)TBA
BestBuy Version (Bonus DVD)
1."The Greeting"TBA
2."Making of the Chickenfoot III"TBA
3."Behind the Scenes"TBA
4."The Packaging"TBA
5."Big Foot" (music video)TBA



Additional personnel[edit]

  • Joani Bye - background vocals (6)
  • Linda Bye - background vocals (6)
  • Monique Creber - background vocals (6)
  • Mike Fraser – production, engineering, mixing
  • Mike Keneally – piano, organ (2, 3, 6)


Grammy Awards

Year Nomination Category
2012 Chickenfoot III Best Recording Package

Chart performance[edit]

Certifications and sales[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA)[28] 35,000[27]


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