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Old 07-16-2017, 05:14 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 07-16-2017, 05:19 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Much like Kiss. A cool live spectical but who had the better songs?

And nice ripping off of John Bonham's prop with the flaming gong at the end.

Have I told ya'll how I've spent time with both Eddie and Alex (for a couple of hours) and Michael (for about 10 minutes)?

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Except Van Hagar are dull garbage with songs fit for a dentist's waiting room.
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Old 07-16-2017, 05:30 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Except Van Hagar are dull garbage with songs fit for a dentist's waiting room.
Some of Eddie's most cohesive stuff though. Those songs fit those times perfectly.

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Some of Eddie's most cohesive stuff though. Those songs fit those times perfectly.
That is not a compliment.
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There are a couple good songs from the Hagar era but the only good albums are from the Roth era.
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I'm astonished by Chula's opinion. I loved Van Halen has a kid. I was even in their official fan club. I don't even accept the Van Hagar stuff as part of their discography.
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I'm astonished by Chula's opinion. I loved Van Halen has a kid. I was even in their official fan club. I don't even accept the Van Hagar stuff as part of their discography.
This is how I feel about it as well, but like everyone Chula is entitled to his (IMO wrong) opinion
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Best song and video VH ever produced IMO.

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Best song and video VH ever produced IMO.

I agree that it's probably their best video, and I like the song a lot but it's not my favorite song by them.
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