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Best of Both Worlds album for sale by Van Halen was released Jul 20, 2004 on the Warner Bros. label. Bursting forth in the late 1970s, Van Halen made its mark by melding the hammering wallop of hard rock with an iconoclastic approach to the guitar. Best of Both Worlds songs With striking virtuosity, Eddie Van Halen's guitar playing succeeded in turning the heads and dropping the jaws of a wide range of listeners. Matched with the acrobatic energy of frontman David Lee Roth and the formidable rhythm section of bassist Michael Anthony and drummer Alex Van Halen, these combined elements added up to Van Halen's hugely success musical formula. Best of Both Worlds CD music is a 2-disc set with 36 songs. ...See Full Description
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||GOOD BUT GIVE FANS A BOX SET OF REMASTERS|
EDWARD THERE WERE TWO ERAS AND QUIT PAINTING SAMMY AS STEVE PERRY and roth as led zepplin black dog material where is source of infection ,good enough ,seventh seal ,amsterdam aftershock, summer nights ,5150 pleasure dome, Judgement day the dream is over in and out spanked afu natually wired, atomic punk, humans being ,cant get this stuff no more, hear about it later,drop dead legs girl gone bad, dirty movies, one foot out the door little dreamer,im the one, feel your love tonight,dont tell me what love can do ,man on a mission, anybody here see all this stuff is missing wake up eddie we want a sammy dave collection not a eddie collection your better off buying their albums thanks eddie for another botched collection nice to see the sammy remastered era warner along with david lee roth after all there were two good eras out of three.
By Journeyfan327 (planet earth)
||What Can I Say?|
All the hits are here. The 3 new 'Sammy' songs are good. As always with 'best of' packages, there's always something else that could've been added and something else left off.
By Mark (Ft. Worth, Texas)
"Finish What Ya Started" my favorite Van Halen song was cut short due to editing to make room for extra songs.
By The Cool Dude (Bendoverville,USA)
||Excellent songs, randomly ordered|
This greatest hits album has everything a Van Halen, Van Hagar fan would want but if it only had a goo order... Anyway some othersongs I wish were on here: Mean Street, Somebody Get Me A Doctor, and Mine All Mine.
By randypace (West Plains Mo,Usa)
||the song panama|
the song panama live recording lol you can fere someone coughing in the mic very terrible lol
By nascarman2005 (fresno ca usa)
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Best of Both Worlds songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6753309|
|Release Date||Jul 20, 2004|
|Producer||Van Halen; Ted Templeman; Andy Johns; Bruce Fairbairn; Glen Ballard; Van Halen (Compilation)|
|Recording Time||156 minutes|
|Personnel||Eddie Van Halen|
David Lee Roth - vocals
Michael Anthony - background vocals
Alex Van Halen - drums, percussion, background vocals
Sammy Hagar - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
|Additional Info||Remastered; Digipak|
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