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Performer: Van Halen
Genre: Rock
Title: Unreleased And Uncovered
Released: 2002
Style: Hard Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1743 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1765 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1660 mb
Rating: 4.9
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For the 30th anniversary of Van Halen’s, multiplatinum, No. 1 album, 5150, we’re spotlighting an unreleased (and unfinished) song from the album, I Want Some Action, which you can listen to above. This is a is a song that was written and recorded during the 5150 sessions, and, interestingly, the only unreleased song that has leaked out of 5150 from all the years with Sammy Hagar as vocalist. This song comes from a tape of eight 5150 demos that somehow leaked onto the internet and into collector’s hands in 1999. That tape contained this unreleased gem, plus seven demos that would later.

Fair Warning is the fourth studio album by American rock band Van Halen. The album was listed by Esquire as one of the 75 Albums Every Man Should Own.

Van Halen is the self-titled debut studio album by American hard rock band Van Halen. Released on February 10, 1978, the album peaked at on the Billboard 200. The album became widely recognized as the band's popularity grew, selling more than 10 million copies in the United States by August 7, 1996 and being certified Diamond

Van Halen is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Van Halen. In 1976, Van Halen started recording demos for their first studio album. Although Van Halen recorded a demo in 1976 with Gene Simmons, no labels discovered these demos until the following year. Guitarist Eddie Van Halen was not convinced of the quality of the material because they could not make the recordings with their own equipment

Blabbermouth uncovered that the artwork for Van Halen’s new album ‘A Different Kind of Truth’ is very similar to the cover art for ‘Movin’ On,’ the 1975 album by American soulsters the Commodores, who you probably remember because of songs like ‘Easy,’ ‘Three Times A Lady’ and their booty-quaking anthem ‘Brick House. Apparently, Van Halen is not only recycling a few of their own old riffs on this album - they’re also finding ways to repurpose trains as wel. nd we’re okay with that, because the artwork looks really cool

Van Halen revolutionised hard rock when they came shrieking out of Pasadena in the 1970s, and have sold millions of albums since. Here they are, ranked from disastrous to dazzling. If ever a rock band epitomised the American Dream, it’s Van Halen. Formed in Pasadena, California in 1974 by four teenage kids from families that had migrated across the Atlantic in the pursuit of happiness, Van Halen were loud, brash, shamelessly ambitious, larger than life, and classically all-American. So was their pioneering spirit. Van Halen revolutionised hard rock music.

A new Van Halen album is said to be in the cards for early 2011, but until then, VH fans can revel in a treasure trove of over 75 rare and unreleased tracks, most of them from the group's early days, although there are some more recent cuts, including a full live concert with the current eup.

As we all know, son of Eddie Van Halen, Wolfgang Van Halen is working on his first solo album for a while. Back on December 2018, rock journalist Eddie Trunk has claimed that Van Halen will reunite with the lineup of David Lee Roth, Michael Anthony, Eddie Van Halen and Alex Van Halen. A sneak peek to start your week ✌️ pi. witter. Wolf Van Halen (VanHalen) December 11, 2017. Hey thanks! Yes! Drums as well. Wolf Van Halen (VanHalen) March 6, 2019. Thank you! Very excited to get this stuff out there when the time is right ✌️. - Wolf Van Halen (VanHalen) March 6, 2019.

Tracklist

1 Van Halen Radio Promotion 1978
2 Dave* & Alex* Dave & Alex Telling Joke
3 Dave* Dave Sings Sinatra
4 Van Halen Shape You're In
5 Van Halen Show No Mercy
6 Van Halen Glitter
7 Van Halen Heartbreak Hotel
8 Van Halen Instrumental
9 Van Halen Somebody Get Me A Doctor
10 The Kinks You Really Got Me
11 John Brim Ice Cream Man
12 Betty Everett You're No Good
13 Swinging Blue Jeans* You're No Good
14 The Kinks Where Have All The Good Times Gone
15 Roy Orbison (Oh) Pretty Woman
16 Billy Murray Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)
17 Ry Cooder Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)
18 Martha Reeves Dancing In The Street
19 Roy Rogers Happy Trails
20 Louie Armstrong* Just A Gigolo
21 Swinging Blue Jeans* Tobacco Road
22 David Lee Roth 79th & Sunset
23 Humble Pie 79th & Sunset

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Whisky A Go Go

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Riki Blackwater
  • Engineer – Don Lemming
  • Producer – Whitchy Nightmare

Notes

Tracks 2 & 3: Interview from Rockline 1982
Tracks 4 & 5: Whiskey A Go Go, LA, 10th June 1977
Track 6: Previously unreleased demo recorded in 1975
Track 7: Caracas, Venezuela, 16th January 1983
Track 8: Previously unreleased outtake
Track 9: Montevideo, Uruguay, 5th February 1983

Numbered limited edition of 300 copies world wide.