Hangover Music Vol. VI

hangover music vol 6

Release Information:
Released:April 20, 2004
Recorded:Paramount Studios, Los Angeles, California
Producer:Zakk Wylde

Track listing:

1. “Crazy or High” – 3:34
2. “Queen of Sorrow” – 4:15
3. “Steppin’ Stone” – 4:54
4. “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” – 3:43
5. “Takillya (Estyabon)” – 0:39
6. “Won’t Find It Here” – 6:26
7. “She Deserves a Free Ride (Val’s Song)” – 4:19
8. “House of Doom” – 3:46
9. “Damage Is Done” – 5:20
10. “Layne” – 5:15
11. “Woman Don’t Cry” – 5:39
12. “No Other” – 4:59
13. “A Whiter Shade of Pale” (Procol Harum cover)- 5:08
14. “Once More” – 4:10
15. “Fear” – 4:38


Hangover Music Vol. VI is the sixth release from Black Label Society, hence the “Volume 6” in the title. The album contains a piano version of Procol Harum’s 1967 No. 1 “Whiter Shade of Pale” and a song entitled “Layne,” which is written in memory of Layne Staley of Alice in Chains.

The song “No Other” is a leftover track from The Blessed Hellride sessions, which explains why Zakk Wylde played bass on this song, whereas other bassists played on the rest of the album. The song was also recorded, mixed, and mastered by the same team that was responsible for the production on The Blessed Hellride.

This was the last album that Black Label Society recorded for Spitfire Records – it was recorded as a contract fulfilling obligation, and therefore received very little promotion from the label. None of the songs from this album were performed live by the band until 2009 when “Damage Is Done” was performed.


Zakk Wyldevocals, guitars, piano, bass (track 12)
Craig Nunenmacherdrums
John Tempestadrums (track 14)
James LoMenzobass (tracks 3, 4, 6–8, 11, 15)
John DeServiobass (tracks 2, 9, 10, 14)
Mike Inezbass (track 1)
Produced by:Zakk Wylde
Associate producer and engineer:Barry Conley
Mixed by:Barry Conley and Zakk Wylde
Mastered by:Bill Dooley
Artwork concept:Zakk Wylde
Artwork assistance:Rob “RA” Arvizu
Photography:Neil Zlozower
“No Other” associated produced by – Eddie Mapp, mixed by Eddie Mapp and Zakk Wylde, assistant engineered by Steve Crowder, and mastered by Steve Marcussen
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