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Van Halen: The Japanese Singles 1978-1984: Limited Edition Thirteen 7

The Japanese Singles 1978-1984: Limited Edition Thirteen 7" Boxset

Van Halen

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  • Release Date 01 November 2019
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Vinyl Box Set
Van Halen released 13 singles in Japan between 1978 and 1984 that will be collected in a new 7” vinyl set from Rhino. Each replica single features the original sleeve artwork and comes housed in a cigarette-style box.

THE JAPANESE SINGLES 1978-1984 encompasses the first six albums released by Van Halen, which featured guitarist Eddie Van Halen, drummer Alex Van Halen, singer David Lee Roth, and bassist Michael Anthony. Those albums include the band’s self-titled debut and 1984, two critically acclaimed albums.

THE JAPANESE SINGLES 1978-1984 opens with a trio of singles from Van Halen (1978): “Ain’t Talkin’ ’Bout Love,” “On Fire” and a blistering cover of the Kinks’ “You Really Got Me,” which was the band’s first single. The band’s 1979 follow-up Van Halen II (certified 5x platinum) generated two singles on the collection: “Somebody Get Me A Doctor” and “Dance The Night Away.” The original album version of each song is featured in this set except for: “Hot For Teacher,” which has a unique single edit that was issued exclusively in Japan; along with the single edit versions of “(Oh) Pretty Woman” and “I’ll Wait.”

The albums Women and Children First (1980) and Fair Warning (1981) are represented by “And The Cradle Will Rock” and “Unchained” respectively. The 1982 album Diver Down contributes two singles: “(Oh) Pretty Woman” and “Dancing In The Street.” THE JAPANESE SINGLES 1978-1984 concludes with “I’ll Wait,” “Panama,” “Hot For Teacher” and the smash hit “Jump” – all from VAN HALEN’s seminal album, 1984.
Disc Eight
1 A. (Oh) Pretty Woman  
2 B. Happy Trails  
Disc Eleven
1 A. I’ll Wait  
2 B. Girl Gone Bad  
Disc Five
1 A. Somebody Get Me Doctor  
2 B. Women In Love  
Disc Four
1 A. Dance The Night Away  
2 B. Spanish Fly  
Disc Nine
1 A. Dancing In The Street  
2 B. The Full Bug  
Disc One
1 A. You Really Got Me  
2 B. Atomic Punk  
Disc Seven
1 A. Unchained  
2 B. So This Is Love?  
Disc Six
1 A. And The Cradle Will Rock  
2 B. Could This Be Magic?  
Disc Ten
1 A. Jump  
2 B. House Of Pain  
Disc Thirteen
1 A. Hot For Teacher  
2 B. Little Dreamer  
Disc Three
1 A. On Fire  
2 B. Jamie’s Cryin  
Disc Twelve
1 A. Panama  
2 B. Drop Dead Legs  
Disc Two
1 A. Ain’t Talkin’ ’Bout Love  
2 B. Runnin’ With The Devil