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Van Halen presents its first-ever live album to feature original singer David Lee Roth. Recorded on June 21, 2013 at the famed Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan, TOKYO DOME LIVE IN CONCERT includes 23 songs, spanning all seven of the band s albums with Roth.

TOKYO DOME LIVE IN CONCERT features an electrifying performance by singer David Lee Roth, guitarist Eddie Van Halen, drummer Alex Van Halen, and bassist Wolfgang Van Halen. Mixed by award-winning engineer and mixer Bob Clearmountain (Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Roxy Music, Nine Inch Nails, and many more), and mastered by Chris Bellman, the album features such classic anthems as "Dance The Night Away, " "Beautiful Girls, " "And The Cradle Will Rock..." "Unchained, " and "Everybody Wants Some!! " as well as blistering versions of "Tattoo, " "She s The Woman, " and "China Town" from the group s studio album, A Different Kind of Truth.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 31, 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • ASIN: B00T38G0Z4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (384 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,238 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I'm torn. I'm 59 now. So it's hard to get on DLR's vocals. I felt kind of sad on one hand. On the other I had to admire Dave's guts. He knows he's not the lion maned banshee screaming over the top 23 year old he was when that first VH recording literally mushroom clouded the music scene in 1978. I will never forget that first time I heard that album in May of '78. One of the few albums that STILL makes my forearm hair stand up.

I saw VH in 78 and again in 81. Met Dave. Met Eddie. They ruled the planet back then. DLR literally gave it ALL. I mean, I used to wonder how any human being could wail like that. Even then Dave wasn't noted for being a true singer like Plant was. He was THE rock n roll host of the party. He made up for his lack of vocal range by injecting those yelps, wails and pants on fire demon screams. Not only that, Dave was in shape (still is) and could pull off anything physically demanding. I tell you, if there were some good HD recordings of them at their peak between 1978-1983? I wish there were. It's hard to describe the juggernaut VH was back then. I loved em.

Now we have this live album recorded some 35 years later. This band has gone through some changes. Michael Anthony's vocals are sorely missed. DLR is left hanging out there with minimal support. It shows too. Ed's playing sounds fresh. He sticks with the formula on all songs and manages to throw in some surprises. His mix is good. Alex sounds good too although he's never been one of my favorites as a drummer. Wolfie does what he's supposed to do but, he can't replicate what Mike's vocals brought to the songs.

But, Dave? I love the guy. He is still trying to summon the ol Dave but the ol Dave is gone. He no doubt gets an "A" for effort.
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I am a VH fan for about 37 years now(since I was 8 in 1978)...seen them with Roth 4X in the heyday(twice 1980. once each in 81 and 82), met them as a kid in 1980(my dad was lucky enough to be the drummer in a band that opened for them from late June-Sept 1980), casually followed the Hagar years out of curiosity, a few good songs on each album, but mostly overly commercial IMO and lacking the fun spirit, magic, charisma and balls of the original and definitive line-up. After a few false starts with reuniting with Roth, finally the 2007 tour was an amazing experience...seeing 20,000 people singing Unchained with Roth back out front....I got chills, and in a perfect world, Michael Anthony would be there, and I hope he will be again for the final tour, but I was just glad to see Roth onstage again with the brothers. The ADKOT studio album was 85% kick a$$(I mean...Tattoo was a letdown, but listen to Outta Space...it could have been on VH I or II...and I don't care if half the album was old demos reworked, they kicked a$$ and Roth sounded as good as can be expected at his age). So now we have the live album.....and it overall is pretty damn good, epic in some spots for me (Women In Love, Romeo Delight, Mean Street, Cradle Will Rock). Everyone is going on about how Roth can't sing anymore.....truth is, I think he FORGOT how to sing like his old self. None of this stuff is out of his range, he is MAKING it out of his range by trying too hard to sing high where it's not needed or it never was in the 1st place. IDK if it's him trying to prove that he can sing as high as Hagar USED to be able to(he's kinda spent these days too....along with Daltrey, Plant, Paul Stanley, and Halford isn't far behind either), or if he's just not remembering that he never sang that high back in the day to begin with.Read more ›
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Let's get one thing straight - I'm a massive Van Halen fan and waited for a live album with DLR since getting into the band in 1983. Well, it's finally here (33 years later) so how does it sound?

This is one live album that will seriously divide opinion. A few months from now it will have as many 5 star reviews as 1 or 2 slating it. The reason? The mixing and Dave's vocals. Horrible artwork aswell!
Like a lot of live albums, your ears start to become accustomed to the sound. It does seem though like the tracks that Dave sings bad on, e.g. She's The Woman, purposefully mix him to the background where he's barely audible. At times it all sounds awful and muddy and other times, fresh and energetic. Don't get me wrong, it's a killer setlist and great to finally have. Yes, there are various tracks where Dave's singing is all over the place (coked up, age or tone deaf - let the arguing begin but who knows for sure??). At times you can barely hear him as he's completely drowned out in the mix, but other times he's completely clear. On the plus side he certainly livens things up with his colourful banter (including swearing) between and during songs. Happy to say, most other tracks he sounds pretty good.

From what I hear, it really hasn't been overdubbed and is rough and raw. This show has been bootlegged and all over the `net.
Standout tracks for include - Unchained, Runnin' With The Devil, I'm The One, Romeo Delight, Ice Cream Man, Panama, You Really Got Me (featuring a great jam moment) and pretty much all the other tracks. Not a bad song at all in the list. There's only one track missing that I'd liked a live version of, Girl Gone Bad.

As usual, Eddie, Wolfie and Alex sound great. No point getting into the Mikey argument is there?
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