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A Different Kind Of Truth

6 Feb 2012 | Format: MP3

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4:43
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2:56
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3:43
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3:14
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4:26
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Product details

  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2012 The Three Twins, LLC and Diamond Dave Enterprises, Inc.,, under exclusive license to Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 49:58
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  • ASIN: B00753OUMY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,648 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Little Cat Voom TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Feb 2012
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First things first - this record deserves to be listened to with big speakers, loud - not through your laptop!

Tattoo - I love it, but it`s the weakest song on the record. Reworks an old demo, "Down in Flames", very modern sounding, great solo, and strong performance lyrically and vocally from Dave.

She's The Woman - Another new "old" song. Transports you straight back to the late 70s, wah-wah intro, badass bass line, great groove, classic Dave, and classic Van Halen.

You and Your Blues - superb intro, Dave really sounding great, singalong bridge and chorus.

China Town - What the what? Van Maiden intro :) Proper ballstothewall Van Halen! Think Romeo Delight, Sinners Swing or DOA. Wow. Eddie is 57 remember. not 17.

Blood and Fire - I love this song so much. It could fit somewhere on side two of 1984. Eddie gives one of those solos that makes you freeze what you`re doing.

Bullethead - quick, punchy hard-rockin` CVH.

As Is - Now, this is how to start a song! A bit of magic from Alex, Eddie grooving like it`s 1984, Dave at a hundred mph - "everybody, let`s stay focussed" - it`s pure Van Halen boogie. Eddie`s solo sounds like Eruption...speeded up.

Honeybabysweetiedoll - Sounds like an obscure DLR song called Flex. Really powerful bass, sounds like nothing they`ve done before, almost like industrial metal.

The Trouble With Never - very DLR, funny lyrics - "When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favour?". Lots of wah-wah, think it got stuck in the "on" position :)

Outta Space - Brilliant fun, it`s an old Eddie riff, powerful from everyone. Great words.

Stay Frosty - Remember Ice Cream Man?
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Little Cat Voom TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Feb 2012
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I`m a Van Halen fan. That means DLR to me. So, is it worth the wait? And first things first - this record deserves to be listened to with big speakers, loud - not through your laptop!

Tattoo - I love it, but it`s the weakest song on the record. Reworks an old demo, "Down in Flames", very modern sounding, great solo, and strong performance lyrically and vocally from Dave.

She's The Woman - Another new "old" song. Transports you straight back to the late 70s, wah-wah intro, badass bass line, great groove, classic Dave, and classic Van Halen.

You and Your Blues - superb intro, Dave really sounding great, singalong bridge and chorus.

China Town - What the what? Van Maiden intro :) Proper ballstothewall Van Halen! Think Romeo Delight, Sinners Swing or DOA. Wow. Eddie is 57 remember. not 17.

Blood and Fire - I love this song so much. It could fit somewhere on side two of 1984. Eddie gives one of those solos that makes you freeze what you`re doing.

Bullethead - quick, punchy hard-rockin` CVH.

As Is - Now, this is how to start a song! A bit of magic from Alex, Eddie grooving like it`s 1984, Dave at a hundred mph - "everybody, let`s stay focussed" - it`s pure Van Halen boogie. Eddie`s solo sounds like Eruption...speeded up.

Honeybabysweetiedoll - Reminds me of an obscure DLR song called Flex. Really powerful bass, sounds like nothing Van Halen have done before, almost like industrial metal. A million miles from Van Hagar.

The Trouble With Never - very DLR, funny lyrics - "When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favour?". Lots of wah-wah, think it got stuck in the "on" position :)

Outta Space - Brilliant fun, it`s an old Eddie riff, powerful from everyone.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Dismantle. Repair. on 6 Feb 2012
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It should be said that I like Sammy Hagar, I like Chickenfoot, I like David Lee Roth and I like Van Halen - I'm not in one of the so called 'camps'.

This album itself is phenomenal, a lot of people won't like the fact that a some of the songs are based on early demos but who cares?

'Tattoo' the opening song; which in my opinion is a bit of fun, is nothing like the rest of the album and I can't help thinking it was perhaps the wrong single to release, in order to give listeners an impression of the new album.

Stand out songs - She's the Woman, You and Your Blues, The Trouble With Never and Stay Frosty.

As an aside: Wolf is not Michael Anthony and the best part is that he doesn't try to be Michael Anthony. He has his own particular version of playing and signing which brilliantly mix with Eddie, Al and Dave.

All in all buy the album, play it loud on good speakers and make up your own mind.

VH are back!!!!

Now all they need to do is tour the UK.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ReverendWoodsyD on 14 Feb 2012
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... but totally worth it. I'm a fan of all the VH work whether it be Roth, Hagar or Cherone as each period had it's great stuff. There'll be reviews out there saying DLR doesn't sound as sharp as he did, but who bought those era records for vocal coaching? He's still the best frontman out there, the chemisty is superb. The energy level is right up there; they sound young, fresh and heavy. Eddie Van Halen on this record is a monster, sounding brilliant. I can't turn this album off, it's the mutt's nuts - buy it.

On another note I got it from Amazon double-quick on standard free delivery - great stuff as had it on pre-order and got it quicker than if i'd have gone to a highstreet store.
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