Sammy Hagar is the first signing to new Roadrunner imprint Loud & Proud, which will focus on established artists. His label debut, "Cosmic Universal Fashion," will arrive Nov. 18.

The album's title track was written online by Hagar with an Iraqi rock fan named Steven Lost. The cut and its accompanying video, an homage to Van Halen's text-heavy 1992 clip for "Right Now," can be samples on Hagar's Web site.

"'Cosmic Universal Fashion' is not about supporting left or right, blue or red, but rather an attempt to appeal to people on a personal level to get involved," says Hagar.

The album also includes the song "Loud," featuring the Cult's Billy Duffy and Matt Sorum along with former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony, and a cover of the Beastie Boys' "Fight for Your Right To Party."

Hagar was most recently signed to Rhino, which issued his 2006 album "Livin' It Up." The set has sold 52,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here is the track list for "Cosmic Universal Fashion":

"Cosmic Universal Fashion"
"Psycho Vertigo"
"Fight for Your Right To Party"
"Switch on the Light"
"When the Sun Don't Shine"
"I'm on a Roll"