Van Halen: The Japanese Singles

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Van Halen: The Japanese Singles

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The new Van Halen: The Japanese Singles 1978-1984 Vinyl Boxed Set is comprised of the 13 singles the band released in Japan between 1978 and 1984, all on 7" vinyl. 

The 13 vinyls are complete with replicas of the (very cool & exotic!) original sleeve artwork, exclusive to the Japan singles. 

The material within comes from the band’s first six albums: Van Halen (1978), Van Halen II (1979), Women and Children First (1980), Fair Warning (1981), Diver Down (1982) and 1984 (1984).

7” Track Listing:

Disc 1: A. You Really Got Me B. Atomic Punk
Disc 2: A. Ain’t Talkin’ ’Bout Love B. Runnin’ With The Devil
Disc 3: A. On Fire B. Jamie’s Cryin’
Disc 4: A. Dance The Night Away B. Spanish Fly
Disc 5: A. Somebody Get Me A Doctor B. Women In Love
Disc 6: A. And The Cradle Will Rock B. Could This Be Magic?
Disc 7: A. Unchained B. So This Is Love?
Disc 8: A. (Oh) Pretty Woman B. Happy Trails
Disc 9: A. Dancing In The Street B. The Full Bug
Disc 10: A. Jump B. House Of Pain
Disc 11: A. I’ll Wait B. Girl Gone Bad
Disc 12 A. Panama B. Drop Dead Legs
Disc 13: A. Hot For Teacher B. Little Dreamer

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Perfect Addition to My Vinyl Collection
5 out of 5
Rob F
Location: MA
Date: February 5, 2020
While I still have my original Van Halen vinyl (there's not a scratch on 'em), this was a great add to my collection. To my regret, I didn't hold onto any 45's through the years. The sound quality is excellent, and it's pretty cool to see how things were marketed in a foreign country for the greatest band in the history of rock and roll! Bonus points for blowing your kids minds by explaining to them 45RPM vs 33RPM and letting them hold and experience music the way we used to.
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