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Van Halen (Reissue)
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Digitally remastered edition of the Hard Rock quartet's legendary 1978 debut album. State-of-the-art remastered, this classic album sounds dramatically superior to its original CD release. In addition, the packaging returns the album to its original artwork and graphics. If you thought it rocked before, just wait until you hear this! 11 tracks. 2010.
Rivaled perhaps by only Led Zeppelin's debut, Van Halen's 1978 debut remains a stone cold classic that still blows the minds of anyone hearing it for the first time. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Anthony Nasti
The Second Best Debut album In History Behind Guns N roses with Zeppelin Being a close third Van Halen was A Fantastic debut with one of the greatest bands and Rock Guitarist... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Brett
Great remaster of a classic album! Eddie is the man! Loaded with Great songs! A must-buy!Published 5 days ago by Mike C.
This is the album that started it all and the 2015 remaster is fantastic! The clarity of the drums, Eddie's guitar, and all the rest have amazing impact and truly do the digital... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Socrates Stewart
Simply a classic first release from Van Halen, this vinyl reissue sounds great.Published 1 month ago by Brian B. Walsh
Vinyl came brand new and sealed. The record itself was in perfect condition, sound was great, no imperfections or anything. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matt
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|David Lee Roth reunion with V.Halen confirmed yet?????||
For what it's worth...and you probably know this by now (8-14-07)...but, yes...Diamond Dave is back, and the tour starts on September 27...go to the official Van Halen site (www.van-halen.com) for more details and the complete tour schedule.
Aug 14, 2007 by Doc Xavier | See all 7 posts
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Try Fair Warning, Women and Children First next. Then 1984 and Diver Down. If you love ALL of these, give the new Roth album "A Different Kind of Truth" a try. If you want to give the Sammy Hagar era a try - start with either 5150 or For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, the former being more... Read More
Nov 26, 2012 by John McCann | See all 3 posts
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