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DaneMcCloud 03-29-2013 12:42 AM

LL and EVH
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NG0s...layer_embedded

T-post Tom 03-29-2013 12:52 AM

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Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud (Post 9537561)

The brown sound mutates. Interesting.

Omaha 03-29-2013 08:04 AM

I love the comment that someone made:

"This is worse thing Eddie Van Halen has ever done... with that being said I still like LL Cool J more than Sammy Hagar!"

Silock 03-29-2013 08:08 AM

Is this what we're replacing waterboarding with?

patteeu 03-29-2013 08:18 AM

I like this song more:

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Demonpenz 03-29-2013 01:27 PM

Lyle Lovitt and EVH?

Halfcan 03-29-2013 01:40 PM

EVH has one of the best guitar sounds ever. I jsut don't understand why he does not create some new musice. He gets back with Roth and just re does old 70' demos? He has time to do this crap but not Rock out with his badass Son on some new tunes??

DaneMcCloud 03-29-2013 01:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Halfcan (Post 9538449)
EVH has one of the best guitar sounds ever. I jsut don't understand why he does not create some new musice. He gets back with Roth and just re does old 70' demos? He has time to do this crap but not Rock out with his badass Son on some new tunes??

His "new" guitar sound sucks ass, IMO. It's too modern, too scooped and too distorted.

Eddie doesn't write music. If it weren't for Wolfgang, the original Van Halen would have never reunited in 2007 or put out that shitty record in 2012.

Halfcan 03-30-2013 10:23 AM

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Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud (Post 9538513)
His "new" guitar sound sucks ass, IMO. It's too modern, too scooped and too distorted.

Eddie doesn't write music. If it weren't for Wolfgang, the original Van Halen would have never reunited in 2007 or put out that shitty record in 2012.

I agree- when the only new song on that was Stay Frosty- whats the point?

Oh yeah Money and touring-lol

DaneMcCloud 03-30-2013 01:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Halfcan (Post 9541145)
I agree- when the only new song on that was Stay Frosty- whats the point?

Oh yeah Money and touring-lol

Yeah, their 2012 touring grossed $54 million dollars.

Bowser 03-30-2013 01:17 PM

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Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud (Post 9541422)
Yeah, their 2012 touring grossed $54 million dollars.

I admit I ponied up the $175 to see them at Sprint Center. I did it only becasue I had never seen Van Halen with Dave in concert.

That's the last time I'll be doing that.

DaneMcCloud 03-30-2013 01:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Bowser (Post 9541442)
I admit I ponied up the $175 to see them at Sprint Center. I did it only becasue I had never seen Van Halen with Dave in concert.

That's the last time I'll be doing that.

How is that venue for music? I've had friends tell me that the seats are too close together and uncomfortable.

The last time I saw Van Halen with Dave was 1984. I went both nights at Kemper and it was amazing. I vividly remember both shows, although they were nearly identical.

Man, what a party!

Bowser 03-30-2013 01:28 PM

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Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud (Post 9541446)
How is that venue for music? I've had friends tell me that the seats are too close together and uncomfortable.

The last time I saw Van Halen with Dave was 1984. I went both nights at Kemper and it was amazing. I vividly remember both shows, although they were nearly identical.

Man, what a party!

It's ok, kind of. Your friends are right saying that the seats are too close. You do feel a bit like a sardine in there. The steps feel a bit steeper, as well.
Maybe that's just me getting older? :D

IMO, the accoustics of the place are just......off, somehow. The shows that I've seen in there don't have the same sound as they did in Kemper to me. Everything is just a bit too distorted, or a bit too loud, or a bit too soft....

Sprint Center is nice and new and shiny, and all of that, but I'm not so sure that it's a better venue for rock concerts than Kemper was.

Bowser 03-30-2013 01:29 PM

And yeah, that would have been a hell raising good time to see Van Halen in their prime for the 1984 album.....

DaneMcCloud 03-30-2013 01:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Bowser (Post 9541464)
It's ok, kind of. Your friends are right saying that the seats are too close. You do feel a bit like a sardine in there. The steps feel a bit steeper, as well.
Maybe that's just me getting older? :D

IMO, the accoustics of the place are just......off, somehow. The shows that I've seen in there don't have the same sound as they did in Kemper to me. Everything is just a bit too distorted, or a bit too loud, or a bit too soft....

Sprint Center is nice and new and shiny, and all of that, but I'm not so sure that it's a better venue for rock concerts than Kemper was.

Wow, that's a bummer but it's not that surprising because acoustically, I feel the same about Staples Center, which is also an AEG building. The Forum was a great place to see bands, although my favorite indoor venues are Nokia Live and the Gibson at Universal. Both have been painstakingly acoustically designed and treated, making the sound phenomenal.

Kemper was always a good venue and the only band that I found that was too loud was Metallica, when they opened for Ozzy back like in 1986/1987. My friends and I went out to the concourse and could hear them more clearly than in the arena. Way too loud.


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