Michael Anthony stops by to hang with the boys, and Eddie hits him with the one question on every VH1 Classic fan's mind. Watch the full episode!
I had the privelage to see Van Halen in back yard parties back in the mid 1970's when they were called Mamoth !! I went to the same high school as Michael Anthony.. Anthony not his real last name . It is Sobleski. I graduated Arcadia high school in 1979. Even has a web page for it,s graduating class and even has a Rock & Roll History link on Musicians . You can see what early pictures of what Michael looked like back then . Link below000a000ahttp://www.arcadiaapaches.com/memories/index.htm000a
1 Blue Oyster Cult On Your Feet Or On Your Knees000a2 Ted Nugent Double Live Gonzo000aFoghat Live000aJudas Priest Unleashed In The East000aHawkwind Space Ritual Live000aBlue Oyster Cult Some Enchanted Evening000aKiss Alive000aDeep Purple Made In Japan 000aAC/DC If You Want Blood You Got It000aRainbow On Stage000aFu Manchu Go For It000aRush All The Worldâ€™s A Stage000aFrank Marino & Mahogany Rush Live000aLed Zeppelin The Song Remains The Same000aThe Who Live At The Leeds000aBlack Sabbath Past Lives000aSaxon Eagle Has Landed000a
These are some of the albums I would be considering for Top 5 of all time, I had to break it into two lists. For me with concerts and live albums you get a chance to hear an artist at their best while making it a much more worthwhile listening experience. The first list would be my have to have live albums the second are ones that are jsut awesome if have not heard them check them out.
Mountain The Road Goes Ever On000aHumble Pie Rockin The Filmore000aBlack Country Communion Live Over Europe 000aLynard Skynard One More From The Road000aMotorhead No Sleep Til Hammersmith000aTed Nugent Live At The Hammersmith 1979000aOzzy Osbourne Randy Rhodes Tribute000aScorpions World Wide Live000aPat Travers Go For What You Know000aGrand Funk Caught In The Act000aIron Maiden Live After Death000aIced Earth Live In Athens000aTesla Replugged Live000aSteppenwolf Live000aUFO Strangers In The Night 000a
When it comes to live albums I loved them more than studio. The music is so much more energized. A little Foghat lingo. I love it when bands take good songs like E.T.I. by BOC and turn them in Rockin jam sessions. Groups like Blue Oyster Cult, Deep Purple, Led Zep, Gov't Mule, Black Crowes etc. taking regular songs and transforming them into extraordinary sonic tapestries that stretch the artist's musical skills to new heights is what Rock is all about live. These could have been top 5 also.
1. AC/DC-AC/DC Live '91 2. Slipknot-Disasterpieces 3. PanterA-Official Live: 101 Proof 4. Slayer-Decade of Aggression 5. Deicide-When Satan Lives Honorable Mention: KISS-Alive!000a1984 vs. 5150: 1984 hands down
What about the incredible Slayer Decade Of Aggression? Kiss does not deserve to even be mentioned cause THEY SUCK!
Iron Maiden Live After Death should be in the top 5, no question.
there is a serious over kill on live albums but classically speaking Song Remains the Same is best of all time
im not really huge on live albums but there are some that are great. my top 5 are #5 anthrax-alive 2, #4 kiss-alive, #3 judas priest-unleashed in the east, #2 metallica live in mexico city, and my number 1 is the first live album i ever had ac/dc live in donington.
Where was Ozzy's live album with Randy Rhoads?
1 Iron Maiden Rock In Rio
2 Ac/Dc Live
3 Guns N Roses Live Era
4 Megadeth Rude Awakening
5 Black Sabbath Live at Last
Top five live albums
1 Iron Maiden Live after Death 2 Slayer Decade of Aggression 3 Pantera Live 101 Proof 4 Ozzy Tribute 5 Judas Priest unleashed in the East............UFO IS THE WORST BAND EVER I HATE THEM HOW U CAN CALL YOURSELF A METAL FAN AND BE A UFO FAN IS BEYIOND ME THEY FLAT OUT SUCK
1. Ozzy Osbourne- Tribute 2. Foghat- Foghat Live 3. Kiss Alive 4. Motley Crue- Carnival of Sins 5. Kiss Alive II
1. Iron Maiden- Live after Death
2. Ufo- Strangers on the night
3. Blind Guardian- Tokyo Tales
4. Queensryche- Operation Livecrime
5. G3- Live in Denver
i love van halen. i love playing jamies crying on bass and guitar
It's nice to see Eddie, Don, and Jim discuss more modern hard rock and heavy metal rather than 80s stuff. I wish they had a guest star on the show from a band that just formed 10 years ago, or something like that, and discuss the metal of "today".
i cant believe how much i agree with eddie trunk. no im not sucking up. he just is so on with his opinions about the music on that metal show. he rocks!!!
I like the show, but tell me why the hosts are all nerdy geeks? None of them look "metal" or even "Hard Rock", but Barry Manilow.