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March 17, 2019 at 3:48 am Quote #60329

ron
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2019 three CD collection. Van Halen formed in 1974, but emerged in public view with the 1978 release of their self-titled debut album, which quickly established them as the hottest American hard-rock band since Aerosmith. After 30 years and 11 studio releases – four of which reached #1 – Van Halen has sold more than 56 million records in the U.S., which places them among the top 20 best-selling artists of all time. In The Many Faces of Van Halen, we will dig deep into their story, it’s members’ collaborations, influences, and the band’s fantastic catalog. With fantastic artwork and remastered sound, The Many Faces of Van Halen is an essential addition to our Many Faces collection, and, remember that the album is not available on streaming platforms!

Track Listings
Disc: 1
1. Rich Wyman & Eddie Van Halen – Blinded By Pain
2. David Lee Roth – Ashley
3. Stephen Pearcy, Jake. E. Lee, Tim Bogert & Frankie Banali – Runnin’ with the Devil
4. The Dream (Feat. Gary Cherone) – See the Light
5. Van Halen (Vocals: Sammy Hagar) – Why Can’t This Be Love
6. David Garfield & Eddie Van Halen – It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
7. The Dream (Feat. Gary Cherone) – Mutha (Don’t Wanna Go to School Today)
8. Rich Wyman & Eddie Van Halen – Fatherless Child
9. Van Halen (Vocals: David Lee Roth) – Runnin’ with the Devil
10. The Dream (Feat. Gary Cherone) – Say Goodbye
11. Van Halen (Vocals: David Lee Roth) – Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love
12. David Garfield & Eddie Van Halen – If Six Was Nine
13. The Big Bopper – Chantilly Lace

Disc: 2
1. 5150 – Why Can’t This Be Love?
2. Fan Halen – Jamie’s Crying
3. Jimmy Crespo & Richard Kendrick – Panama
4. Marko Pukkila – and the Cradle Will Rock
5. American Dog – Take Your Whiskey Home
6. Jet Black Joy – Ain’t Talkin’ Bout Love
7. Hot for Teacher – Hot for Teacher
8. Slashtones – You Really Got Me
9. Derrick Lefevre – Dreams
10. George Lynch, Tony Harnell & Jason McMaster – Shy Boy
11. Corey Craven – Tobacco Road
12. Richard Kendrick – When It’s Love
13. Gravity Plum – Right Now
14. Tracy G & Chris Heaven – Dance the Night Away
15. Fair Warning – So This Is Love
16. Lee Thompson – You’re No Good

Disc: 3
1. Gilby Clarke – Wild Flower
2. Enuff Z’nuff – Yankee Rose
3. Jimmy Page & Eric Clapton – Tribute to Elmore
4. Jeff Beck & Allstars (Feat. Jimmy Page) – Steelin’
5. Martha Reeves & the Vandellas – Dancing in the Street
6. The Nashville Teens – Tobacco Road
7. The Kinkys – You Really Got Me
8. Betty Everett – You’re No Good
9. Louis Armstrong – Just a Gigolo
10. John Brim – Ice Cream Man
11. Marion Montgomery – That’s Life
12. Roy Rogers – Happy Trails to You

Label: Music Brokers Arg
UPC: 7798093712247
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 3/29/2019


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March 17, 2019 at 10:31 am Quote #60333

voodoo
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Is that a typo? Should “Gravity Plum” be “Gravity Pharm”? That was the name of the 5150 VH Tribute band when they did their originals. They were buddies of mine.


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March 17, 2019 at 2:49 pm Quote #60334

ron
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voodoo: Is that a typo?


I believe this is coming from Argentina, so any and all typos are possible.

Looks like nothing new on this release, just a lot of random stuff. The track you refer to looks like it comes from “Three Lock Box – A Millenium Tribute to Sammy Hagar”.


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April 4, 2019 at 1:03 pm Quote #60386

ron
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Also coming out on 2 LP Gatefold, Yellow vinyl with a reduced setlist.


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