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Old 07-16-2017, 04:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Van Halen or Van Hagar?

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Van Hagar. Better songs. Less of DLR's ridiculous attempts at being a legit lead singer.

Van Halen has always been a pop band trying to disguise itself as hard rock just because of Eddie's chops.

One of my fave VH songs of all time.

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Van Hagar. Better songs. Less of DLR's ridiculous attempts at being a legit lead singer.

Van Halen has always been a pop band trying to disguise itself as hard rock just because of Eddie's chops.

One of my fave VH songs of all time.

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My fave DLR VH song.

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Van Hagar. Better songs. Less of DLR's ridiculous attempts at being a legit lead singer.

Van Halen has always been a pop band trying to disguise itself as hard rock just because of Eddie's chops.

One of my fave VH songs of all time.

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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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