SAMMY HAGAR Releases Video For 'No Worries' Song

SAMMY HAGAR Releases Video For 'No Worries' Song

Sammy Hagar's video for "No Worries" can be seen below. The song is one of the new tracks included in his solo compilation "This Is Sammy Hagar Volume 1 - When The Party Started", which came out last November via Mailboat Records. The collection, which starts from his solo album post VAN HALEN, "Red Voodoo" in 1999 through to "Livin' It Up" in 2006, also includes a new remix of "Sam I Am", which is the new theme song for season two of his acclaimed TV show "Rock 'N' Roll Road Trip", as well as two new Hagar-penned tracks, the aforementioned "No Worries" and "I Never Got To Say Goodbye".

"With this collection, I wanted to revisit the music which would come to redefine my career post VAN HALEN," explained Hagar. "It was the first time since I'd joined MONTROSE in 1972 that I was free from the weight of being in a superstar, high-pressure band and the commercial machine that came with it. I was in a place of experimentation and discovery and that's when the party started again for me."

"This Is Sammy Hagar Volume 1 - When The Party Started" track listing:

01. Stand Up (5:58)
02. Serious Juju (3:50)
03. Little Bit More (3:37)
04. Ten 13 (4:35)
05. The Real Deal (3:12)
06. Tropic Of Capricorn (4:34)
07. Maui Wowie (2:11)
08. Shag (Outtake Mix) (3:54) (+)
09. Halfway To Memphis (4:29)
10. Sam I Am (3:30) (+)
11. Livin' On A Coastline (4:20)
12. One Sip (2:18)
13. No Worries (3:36) (*)
14. Never Said Goodbye (3:09) (*)

* New track
+ Alternate mix



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