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Listen to new tracks from upcoming Van Halen ‘Tokyo Dome Live In Concert’ now streaming


Listen to new tracks from upcoming Van Halen ‘Tokyo Dome Live In Concert’ now streaming

Van Halen announced today that their first-ever live album to feature original singer David Lee Roth is now available for pre-order in multiple formats. Van Halen 'Tokyo Dome Live In Concert' will be available as a 2-CD set, 4-LP set on 180 gram vinyl, and digitally. Now two live tracks from the album, 'Panama' And 'Runnin' With The Devil' are available to listen to below. Pre-order now and get free shipping from The set spans all seven of the band's albums with Roth.

A deluxe collection featuring 'Tokyo Dome Live In Concert' and the newly remastered 'Van Halen' and '1984' albums, as both a four-CD set and a six-LP vinyl set in special packaging, are also available.

'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,' “'he’s The Woman,' and 'China Town' from the group’s most recent studio album, 'A Different Kind of Truth.'

Tokyo Dome Live In Concert tracklisting:

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. China Town
9. Hear About It Later
10. (Oh) Pretty Woman
11. Me & You (Drum Solo)
12. You Really Got Me
13. Dance The Night Away
14. I’ll Wait
15. 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 (Complete Guitar Solo)
24. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love
25. Jump

Van Halen Live In Tokyo album cover

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Van Halen in rehearsals for last two months at The Roxy in Hollywood

by on Dec.30, 2011, under ROCK NEWS, VIDEO

Van Halen in rehearsals for last two months at The Roxy in Hollywood

Keeping a damn good secret, Van Halen have been in rehearsal for the past couple of months at The Roxy in West Hollywood. The band have already released video announcing their upcoming concert tour (which looks as if it was shot in The Roxy), and on January 3rd will announce concert dates and cities for the first leg. On January 10th we will hear the new single and see the accompanying music video, which is also the day tickets for the tour will go on sale. The album release will be February 7th, which we were clued in on by the supposed album cover picture released. The band haven't released the album title as of yet. Here's the statement from the Roxy website:

This from the

For the past 2 months VAN HALEN has been rehearsing here 2-3 times a week!!!!!!

Do you have any idea how hard that was to not tell you?? When you come in at 10:00AM and David Lee Roth, Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, and Wolfgang Van Halen are on stage with 3 other people in the room playing “Running With The Devil” and you can’t say anything?! It’s tough, to put it simply.

It all began with a 3 day video shoot for their newest single that you don’t know about yet (shhh) and we were all geeking out like never before. Little did we know, the guys had fallen in love with the room and decided to rehearse for their upcoming unannounced tour for the next 2 months!

We couldn’t film it for obvious reasons, so we’ve decided to share some of our favorite VH moments that happened for the next 2 months.

“My favorite Van Halen moment was when I came out of the kitchen and they were doing Panama. I was one of the only people standing in the room by the stage. David Lee Roth looked at me, smiled, and waved. I thought to myself “that is the only time in life I will know David Lee Roth was actually singing to me.” – @LizzyDStadler

“It was so nice being at my desk listening to “Jump” & “Panama”, the songs I grew up with by the actual Van Halen. I mean, really – it’s the actually f**king Van Halen!” – Tina

“Watching David Lee Roth film the opening part of this video was one of the most awesome things. He was standing there smiling with a gigantic grin on his face for at least 5 minutes and HeKo & I were standing off to the side trying not to laugh (or get in the shot), but it was incredible. The week they finally brough in the synthesizers and played the opening to “Jump” over & over made it really difficult to not jump out of my seat accordingly with the song. JUMP!” – @toneyeah

“What was my favorite part about it? Everything. I know it sounds stupid, but I can’t put it any other way. To walk through the club and have Eddie Van Halen smile at me or pat me on the back, the guys were so nice, it was unbelievable. In my 9 years at the club, this is by far one of the best things that’s happened.” – Scotty

“The positive energy VH brought to the daytime was fantastic. During the day, it’s always so quiet and work, work, work and even when a band does rehearse, it’s always so serious. Van Halen was having fun the entire time and we could feel it throughout the building.” @Heko310

“I just loved the first time they played “Running With The Devil” it sounded exactly like it did when I was working box office at The Whisky.” – Kathy

Pretty cool stuff, can't wait for and hope the new track KICKS ASS!

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