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Download links and information about Energized by Foghat. This album was released in 1974 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 39:58 minutes.

Artist: Foghat
Release date: 1974
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 8
Duration: 39:58
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No. Title Length
1. Honey Hush 4:21
2. Step Outside 6:18
3. Golden Arrow 4:03
4. Home In My Hand 5:13
5. Wild Cherry 5:27
6. That'll Be the Day 2:53
7. Fly By Night 4:47
8. Nothing I Won't Do 6:56



The third album proved to be the charm for Foghat. On Energized, their fusion of blues song structures and heavy metal energy comes into sharp focus. The group storms out of the gate with the opening track, "Honey Hush"; this inspired reworking of a blues classic moves like a locomotive about to run off the rails and dazzles the listener with a barrage of furious, metallic guitar riffs. Another sharp rocker along these lines is "Wild Cherry," a lascivious tribute to a gorgeous woman that is fuelled by a double-time beat from Roger Earl and some killer twin-guitar riffing from Dave Peverett and Rod Price. Elsewhere, the group keeps things interesting by experimenting with their formula: an inspired cover of the Buddy Holly chestnut "That'll Be the Day" successfully recasts it as a bluesy vamp complete with saucy horn arrangements, and "Step Outside" mixes funk-styled instrumental breakdowns and a bassline that would be at home on a James Brown record into its hard rock song structure to create an effective funk-rock hybrid. Energized also produced an enduring classic for the band with "Home in My Hand," an autobiographical tale about living a life dominated by wanderlust. It provided a fitting anthem for a band that toured incessantly and quickly became a beloved part of the Foghat's live set. The one real downside of Energized is that the band gets so carried away sometimes that they let their songs go on a little too long. The notable example here is set-closer "Nothin' I Won't Do," an amiable blues shuffle that is inflated to an unwieldy seven minutes by a few too many guitar solos. However, the album rises above these occasional dips into excess thanks to solid songs and inspired performance from the band. In short, Energized is a solid listen for anyone who gets nostalgic about 1970s arena rock, and a must-have for Foghat fans. ~ Donald A. Guarisco, Rovi