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Artist: Van Halen

Title: Tokyo Dome - In Concert

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2015

Label: Warner Brothers / Rhino

Catalog Number: R2 547643

Personnel

Eddie Van Halen guitar, backing vocals
David Lee Roth lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Alex Van Halen drums
Wolfgang Van Halen bass guitar, backing vocals

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Unchained  
2.  Runnin With The Devil  
3.  She's The Woman  
4.  I'm The One  
5.  Tattoo  
6.  Everybody Wants Some!!  
7.  Somebody Get Me A Doctor  
8.  Chinatown  
9.  Hear About It Later  
10.  (Oh) Pretty Woman  
11.  Me & You Drum Solo  
12.  You Really Got Me  

Disc 2
13.  Dance The Night Away  
14.  I'll Wait  
15.  And The Cradle Will Rock  
16.  Hot For Teacher  
17.  Women In Love  
18.  Romeo Delight  
19.  Mean Street  
20.  Beautiful Girls  
21.  Ice Cream Man  
22.  Panama  
23.  Eruption  
24.  Aint Talkin' 'Bout Love  
25.  Jump  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Doug Date: June 18, 2015 at 18:18
I am a VH fan, and I really tried to like this, really. But man, I just could not. It's all over the place. And after the internet blew up over Dave's horrible singing on Jimmy Kimmel awhile ago, I am a bit shocked they released this, because it certainly does not help to quash the "Dave vs. Sammy, they need Michael Anthony back debates," etc. IMO, the only thing holding them together is Eddie's playing. He remains in top form. Just my two cents...

From: edwithmj Date: April 6, 2018 at 7:10
People have complained about DLR's vocals before but this live album takes that complaint to a whole different level. DLR not only sounds off-key on most of the songs here, he also seems to forget the lyrics at times. The only explanation for this is that EVH still hates DLR and put this out to make fun of him. Also, as has been said before they're desperately missing Anthony's backing vocals. Particularly hilarious tracks are Panama, Jump, Dance the Night Away and I'm The One. The only redeeming quality is that EVH's playing is still good. Unless you need a good laugh in the vein of a bad X-Factor audition, avoid at all costs.


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