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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Express View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Express View Post
    I see it the same way. They are decent songs but nothing magical about them. Distance was a nice memorial from a son who loved his dad. Where I have the most respect for Wolfgang is he didn't let the tragedy of losing his dad stop him from getting out there and pushing forward. Not easy, especially when you have the luxury and means of not having to do it. The guy could have just hid from the public and did nothing. That would have been easier.

    Ed was a once in a lifetime talent. I think we all remember the first time we heard Eruption or Mean Streets or something else great the guy did. You can count the people who bring that kind of magic to the world on one hand. It's rare as hell and I have no expectations that is going to pass on down to the children.


    Where I have the respect for Wolfgang is he's doing something. Sure he can get on shows because of who his dad was but he's taking advantage of that opportunity during a hard emotional time for him and hey his songs aren't bad. Will Mammoth WVH be around in five years? I have no idea but I wish the guy the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Express View Post
    I see it the same way. They are decent songs but nothing magical about them. Distance was a nice memorial from a son who loved his dad. Where I have the most respect for Wolfgang is he didn't let the tragedy of losing his dad stop him from getting out there and pushing forward. Not easy, especially when you have the luxury and means of not having to do it. The guy could have just hid from the public and did nothing. That would have been easier.

    Ed was a once in a lifetime talent. I think we all remember the first time we heard Eruption or Mean Streets or something else great the guy did. You can count the people who bring that kind of magic to the world on one hand. It's rare as hell and I have no expectations that is going to pass on down to the children.

    Where I have the respect for Wolfgang is he's doing something. Sure he can get on shows because of who his dad was but he's taking advantage of that opportunity during a hard emotional time for him and hey his songs aren't bad. Will Mammoth WVH be around in five years? I have no idea but I wish the guy the best.
    Your second paragraph is perfectly worded. RIP EVH

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    Very interesting! and I wish WVH the best in his endeavour and I have no doubt he will succeed. From what I have heard he seems as a good person...and thats all that matters in the end, is it not?. as I watch his father doing his thing on YT...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZahZoo View Post
    Acoustic version of Distance... It appears this was recorded in the same studio/sessions used on Kimmel.

    The kid is definitely a Van Halen.

    He said in the interview the album is a "hard rock" album. I can't wait to hear the whole thing. I'm not as excited as I would be for a Van Halen album, or live show on DVD, or anything from the real VH, but I am really looking forward to this album.
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    Wonder what would be happening if Ed were alive. Wolf opening for original band? "Kitchen sink" tour? This wouldn't be the first single so I don't think Mammoth VH would be on Kimmell or today shows..Ed dying really changed this kids future at a pivotal time.
    And what is with the giant crab on the cover?
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    I completely forgot about this covid bullshit..everybody would be sitting on their asses...

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    Guys, it was live. There are reasons it sounds good:
    1. Actual professional musicians who rehearse and practice.
    2. Sound check dialed in the mix at the soundboard.
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