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With both Roth, who left the band in and returned in , and his replacement Sammy Hagar not so much with third singer Gary Cherone, but we'll get to that later , Van Halen have never failed to deliver. There are of course the hits — "Jump," "Running With the Devil," "Finish What You Started" — that anyone who has ever tuned into a rock radio station knows backwards and forwards, but digging deeper uncovers countless album tracks and unreleased gems that reveal a band with a musical range and sensibility that extends far beyond feel-good anthems and screeching rockers — not that there's anything wrong with either of those.
To celebrate the fact that Van Halen has been packing 'em in all summer on their ongoing tour , which features Eddie Van Halen's son Wolfgang replacing original bassist Michael Anthony, we've put together a list of the coolest rare and unreleased tracks and deep album cuts in both the official and unofficial Van Halen discography.
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An instrumental available only on the soundtrack of the Cameron Crowe—penned movie The Wild Life , "Donut City" is as long forgotten as the teens-bongs-and-nunchakus romp for which it was penned. But while the film, which starred Eric Stoltz, Lea Thompson and Rick Moranis, might deserve to remain buried in the rubble of pop culture, "Donut City" — named for the shop that Thompson's character Anita works at — is a propulsive and memorable rocker featuring a beat lifted straight from Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean," baritone guitar riffing and Eddie Van Halen indulging in a Hendrix-inspired backwards guitar solo.
Buried deep on disc two of 's Van Halen Live: Right Here, Right Now this electrifying rendition of the Who classic reminds us that Van Halen aren't just a killer band, they're a killer cover band to boot. Eddie Van Halen's patented finger-style popping proves perfectly suited to reinterpreting the keyboard part that opens the song, and when Sammy Hagar lets loose the throat-shredding " Yeahhhhhh " that serves as the song's climax, it has all the power and passion of Roger Daltrey's original.
Although credited to Brian May and Friends and therefore not strictly a "Van Halen song," this epic minute tribute to Eric Clapton, the two guitarists' shared idol, features Queen's May and Eddie Van Halen gleefully trading licks over a standard blues progression. May, a hard-rock guitarist with a style and sound no less innovative than Van Halen's, must have felt like he held his own in this face-off as he chose to release the historic jam on his Star Fleet Project EP.
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It's a good thing he did, as this an exceedingly rare example of Eddie mixing it up with another guitarist. After seeing the still-unsigned band perform in a Sunset Strip club and being duly impressed, Gene Simmons of Kiss offered to produce a series of demos for Van Halen in On the recordings, which are widely available as the bootleg Zero album, the band's talent is amply clear even if Eddie Van Halen has yet to perfect the guitar sound that would make him legend. David Lee Roth, however, had already reached his full potential, as had his vocal foil, bassist Michael Anthony, and this rifftastic rocker is fully fist-pumping.
Simmons, by the way, was unable to secure a deal for Van Halen he also unsuccessfully tried to convince the band change their name to Daddy Longlegs. After the "Zero" recordings were completed, he released them from their contract — a rare business fumble for the money-obsessed bassist. The making of 's Balance album came at a time when relations between lead singer Sammy Hagar — it would be his last record with the band — and Eddie Van Halen were strained to the breaking point, so there is speculation that this song was originally intended to feature vocals but that Hagar demurred.
Be that as it may, this enormously heavy instrumental track is appropriately named after the largest land mammal known to man, a rhinoceros-like beast that roamed the earth 30 million years ago, featuring as it does a huge Zeppelinesque drum beat, a wall of layered guitars and fleet-fingered solo that could very well be saying, "Hey Sammy, I'm fucking Eddie Van Halen, I don't need no stinking singer to make a song. Eddie Van Halen originally wrote the darkest and most emotionally raw song in the Van Halen catalog in after the suicide of a close friend.
The mournful track was later dusted off and repurposed after the death of Van Halen manager Ed Leffler in Released as a bonus track on the Japanese version of 's Balance and as the B-side of the U.
CD-single remember those? Careful listeners will notice that one can still hear Eddie's demo vocal underneath Sammy Hagar's more high-octane take on the lyrics. Van Halen's one and only foray into the world of dystopian sci-fi is a remarkably successful one. David Lee Roth, usually one to approach his vocals with a wink and a grin eschews all irony on this Van Halen rave-up and convincingly assumes the role of a post-apocalyptic gang lord who is a "victim of the science age" and ruler of the "nether worlds.