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Sammy Hagar’s Book is Number One on New York Times Best Seller List

Steve Lawton, FilmMagic

Talking about being abducted by aliens appears to have its benefits. Former Van Halen and current Chickenfoot singer Sammy Hagar‘s new autobiography, ‘Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock,’ landed the number one spot on the New York Times Hardcover Non-Fiction Best Seller list this week.

The Red Rocker made quite a bit of noise and generated a boatload of publicity when he talked about being abducted by aliens on The Howard Stern Show and during interviews with MTV. Hagar has also offered quite a few public opinions about his former band and its current singer, David Lee Roth.

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