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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Express View Post
    Sheehan was just an employee. He has no say in anything. He might have something but has no legal rights to do anything with it.
    I don't think Sheehan has ever said otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Express View Post
    Dave was delusional to think he no longer needed Van Halen. His early solo career was amusing but it didnít have legs. Now heís doing his own version of VH and it sucks. Even die hard Dave fans are going, you suck dude.
    I don't think Dave ever thought he no longer needed VH. The breakup was messy. But what Dave was wrong about was that the brothers and Mike would find success without him.
    They did. Even though it was pussified Van Hagar. It still sold.

    I believe Dave had every intention to reform the band as early as say 1988.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinnie Velvet View Post
    I believe Dave had every intention to reform the band as early as say 1988.
    I'd listen to the radio interviews etc for EEAS and always thought "Dave's campaigning to get back into Van Halen."
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    Quote Originally Posted by twonabomber View Post
    I'd listen to the radio interviews etc for EEAS and always thought "Dave's campaigning to get back into Van Halen."
    Of course.

    The solo thing was never supposed to be a full time gig. Dave knew his lifetime meal ticket was Van Halen. But the chemistry did indeed turn rotten so they needed time away from each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinnie Velvet View Post
    Of course.

    The solo thing was never supposed to be a full time gig. Dave knew his lifetime meal ticket was Van Halen. But the chemistry did indeed turn rotten so they needed time away from each other.
    Unfortunately VH found enough success with Clichegar, they didn't feel any urgency to reunite with Dave.

    I wonder if Dave has ever regretted releasing that fucking CFTH EP? Because let's face it. The success of that EP was the death of VH as we knew it. The rest of the band (probably Ed and Al the most) was pissed it was so successful. And Dave got a huge fucking head from it and thought he didn't need VH anymore. The songs were all over the radio. The videos were all over MTV. Dave thought he would parlay that into a movie and the successes would automatically continue. Dave forgot about the important thing a lot of these bands seem to forget about. The magic and the chemistry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Halen View Post
    Unfortunately VH found enough success with Clichegar, they didn't feel any urgency to reunite with Dave.

    I wonder if Dave has ever regretted releasing that fucking CFTH EP? Because let's face it. The success of that EP was the death of VH as we knew it. The rest of the band (probably Ed and Al the most) was pissed it was so successful. And Dave got a huge fucking head from it and thought he didn't need VH anymore. The songs were all over the radio. The videos were all over MTV. Dave thought he would parlay that into a movie and the successes would automatically continue. Dave forgot about the important thing a lot of these bands seem to forget about. The magic and the chemistry.
    I agree.

    However it goes both ways. Eddie and Al's increasing control over the band; drinking habits; Ed's changed musical direction; also swayed Dave to leave.

    Also with Ted and Noel gone - arguably two of the biggest supporters for Dave - it was only a matter of time for Dave to leave as well. CVH was a sinking ship with no management to help get it out of trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FORD View Post
    Or better yet, just release the original, less cheesey, master tape that Billy Sheehan claims to have a copy of.
    Bingo!
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