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    Default VH Song-pairings, Anyone?

    During this time as a VH fan...outside of a couple Roth songs from his site, a Sammy song, a bootleg Chickenfoot song, and the Dave & Dave Unchained podcast....it's quite a boring year for a Halen fan. 'Less I decide to drive all the way to Chicago to see The Circle in a couple weeks. With that said, this is what I came with earlier today: if you had to pair up VH songs--all of their official ones, even non-album--what would they be? Like each song has a cousin, and they can't be from the same year. Here's mine, God help me:

    Runnin' with the Devil/Big River:

    -same bass beat, both heavier and probably written around the same time

    Eruption/Spanish Fly:

    -SF is practically the acoustic version

    You Really Got Me/Where Have All the Good Times Gone!:

    -both Bay City Rollers covers of course

    Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love/Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do):

    -pretty obvious, angry not-love songs

    I'm the One/Bottoms Up!:

    -the boogies, the a capellas

    Jamie's Cryin'/Spanked:

    -kind of reaching because a tough one, but both kind of quasi-funky VH songs, could've done DTNA or OPW for JC because of the lack of a guitar solo

    Atomic Punk/The Seventh Seal:

    -apocalyptic of course, JD could've worked but I went with the other

    Feel Your Love Tonight/So This Is Love?:

    -two upbeat love songs from Dave that clearly have nothing to do with love

    Little Dreamer/Push Comes to Shove:

    -melodramatic almost-ballad-like

    Ice Cream Man/Stay Frosty:

    -obvious, but EF or GTL could've worked because they are both singers' acoustic solo spots

    On Fire/Judgement Day:

    -each era's heaviest, meanest, and most metallic tunes

    You're No Good/Tattoo:

    -obvious

    Dance the Night Away/When It's Love:

    -each era's biggest love song, not that Dave is truly singing about it but it's possible I suppose

    Somebody Get Me a Doctor/One Way to Rock (live):

    -both have great, catchy, fast, and complex riffs that are repeated throughout the song over and over, this was a tough one for SGMAD, almost went with HAIL or HEH because of the solos being similarly long and fantastic, BW would've worked with SGMAD as well because of the intro leading into the riff (with the pause and cymbal taps)

    Outta Love Again/She's the Woman:

    -the riffs

    Light Up the Sky/Amsterdam:

    -the "Hellooooo baby!"'s (ha-ha...)

    D.O.A./House of Pain:

    -two of the heaviest end-of-the-world thug riffs from the classic era with the similar tempo

    Women in Love....../Learning to See:

    -process of elimination is tough, WIL could've went with LD, but both have soft intros, then kick in with the heavy riff, then soften up again during the verses, and then have a heavier chorus

    Beautiful Girls/(Oh) Pretty Woman:

    -obvious, the plural versus the singular

    And the Cradle Will Rock.../Hear About It Later:

    -another tough one, almost went with OFOTD because it was their second keyboard song but it fit somewhere else better (because doing this is so important in life) but HAIL was written on keyboard to be fair, riffs are similar kinda

    Everybody Wants Some!!/Hot for Teacher:

    -both awesome hits with great drum intros and similar themes

    Fools/Beats Workin':

    -grand intros, tempo

    Romeo Delight/Unchained:

    -their two best openers, two of their best riffs, one's chorus is similar to the other's bridge, both fan favorites

    Tora! Tora!/Source of Infection:

    -there were an odd number of instrumentals, but there are some vocals (screaming) in TT

    Loss of Control/As Is:

    -the boogies

    Take Your Whiskey Home/Finish What Ya Started:

    -acoustic, singing about the female blues

    Could This Be Magic?/Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now):

    -no brainer, acoustic novelties

    In a Simple Rhyme/Little Guitars:

    -the only two times Dave might have expressed that he cares about the girl as a person (he does say "love" in LG) and showed some romantic lyrical depth

    Growth/Baluchitherium:

    -full band instrumentals

    Mean Street/China Town:

    -CT is the updated version, the intros, and naturally..."Roll 'em up!"

    "Dirty Movies"/"5150":

    -easiest one of all--the quotation marks!, yeah it was tough finding a match for 5150, how about two great and acclaimed guitar tunes?, DM could've worked with Spanked because of the themes

    Sinner's Swing!/Honeybabysweetiedoll:

    -both dirty with repeated riffs

    Sunday Afternoon in the Park/Intruder:

    -obvious, similar choruses

    One Foot Out the Door/Inside:

    -both album-ending heavy, darker keyboard novelties

    -Hang 'em High/Outta Space:

    -similar fast-riffs, written around the same time again probably

    Cathedral/316:

    -his two most melodic solo instrumentals

    Secrets/Can't Get This Stuff No More:

    -almost same guitar during the verses

    Dancing in the Street/A Apolitical Blues:

    -two least best songs of each era from their least best albums (imo), and they're covers to boot

    Little Guitars (Intro)/Primary:

    -unconventional guitar instrumentals (sitar's close enough)

    The Full Bug/A.F.U. (Naturally Wired):

    -the super-fast riffs and boogs

    Happy Trails/How Many Say I:

    -most unconventional song from the classic era and...overall, and they both start with "h"

    1984/Neworld:

    -both instrumentals that lead off the album and set up the first big single

    Jump/Top of the World:

    -the most obvious

    Panama/Good Enough:

    -similar fun rockin' riffs, each era's most biggest breakdown/spoken word parts (arguably), almost went with Poundcake on this one because their sexual euphemisms (cars versus food) but UFB was the better fit

    Top Jimmy/Dirty Water Dog:

    -pretty obvious, clean fast guitar, fast vocals, similar choruses, similar overall

    Drop Dead Legs/Summer Nights:

    -two of their best non-hits, similar intros with the kick-ins, similar tempos, SN could've went with ICM, BG, or CW too because of the summertime-aspect

    I'll Wait/Mine All Mine:

    -heavier keyboard songs

    Girl Gone Bad/Pleasure Dome:

    -drumming, dark

    Donut City/Rise:

    -similar sounding, Ed plays all the instruments, both for movies (one dirtier than the other)

    Why Can't This Be Love/Without You

    -the "w"'s, oh, and the first single from each new era

    Get Up/Bullethead:

    -to quote Burgess Meredith, "Speed...speed....speeeeeeeeeed!"

    Dreams/Right Now:

    -both about a tie for the biggest songs of the Sammy Era (with WCTBL a hair in the third place seat), plus the two most inspirational motherfuckers of all time (including Rocky songs--going back to that), their two most (using the cliche) epic (but "literally," lol) and majestic songs

    Best of Both Worlds/Black and Blue:

    -the killer "b"'s...BAB is the poor man's BOBW (intro, outro, add infinitum)

    Love Walks In/Once:

    -deep, synth love songs, Once and HMSI would've been a great couple as well as the two most "non-Van Halen" Van Halen songs

    Rock and Roll (live)/Won't Get Fooled Again (live...maybe):

    -obvious, RAR is technically a b-side for the record

    Cabo Wabo/Fire in the Hole:

    -the riffs, the guitar "chik" sounds, both fun ditties

    Feels So Good/Can't Stop Lovin' You:

    -shall I quote that little girl from the ole Kraft Macaroni and Cheese commercials?, you know the slogan (if...if, you can consider VH to fall under that category!)

    Sucker in a 3 Piece/Ballot or the Bullet:

    -didn't go with Bullethead for this one, but these two rockers are the two blandest of rockers that seem like unworked demos in their category (take it easy I still love them, and if they were VH's only two songs they'd be the two best songs on Earth)

    Poundcake/Up for Breakfast:

    -obvious (the brilliant lyrics, that is)

    Runaround/The Trouble with Never:

    -similar guitar-playing during the verses (to my ears), similar wah-wahs

    In 'N' Out/Big Fat Money:

    -two fan non-faves that are in the same league thematically

    Man on a Mission/Give to Live (live):

    -these were the last two left, I tried to move some shit around and I'm still stuck with these two, well...they both are very, very goal-oriented, except one's about love and the other's about pussy, but again they're very goal-oriented

    The Dream Is Over/Humans Being:

    -two heavy, mean, and great Van Hagar songs with soaring choruses

    Ultra Bass (live)/Strung Out:

    -the two unconventional instrumentals (Eddie demolishing a grand piano and...Mike--hey, UB is titled so it counts)

    Not Enough/Eagles Fly (live):

    -two softies that kick in during the chorus with big drums (even though the acoustic version does not, I know-I know, but I only got so much time to work with and I'm already fucked up enough in the head to do this to begin with--don't argue)

    Doin' Time/Me & You (live):

    -Big Al's

    Aftershock/You and Your Blues:

    -the intros, the premises, both of these could've worked with ATBL, YNG, GGB, etc. but you gotta love that EVH sound during the intros (the choonk-choonk sounds I mean--what is called when a guitarist does that?)

    Take Me Back (Deja Vu)/Josephina:

    -again, one of them is the poor's man version, like the latter but def not as good, first thing I thought of when I heard the intro acoustic riff

    Feelin'/Year to the Day:

    -once again, back-to-back albums with ripping each other off, in one case, one is upper-middle class and the other is a bum on the street (by VH standards), YTTD might be my least favorite VH original

    Crossing Over/From Afar:

    -darkest, deepest, and saddest, almost went with TDIO for FA for some reason (something with the guitar and drum combo when they kick in), CO and Big Bad Bill was a runner-up...I always get those two mixed up!

    Respect the Wind/Catherine:

    -boy do they sound similar to my ears

    Me Wise Magic/It's About Time:

    -the big reunion songs

    One I Want/Blood and Fire:

    -wanted to go with Dreams for BAF because they're my #'s 1 & 2, but something with OIW reminds me of it, the clean guitar sound (different than I mentioned before though), the big drums, the vibe

    And that's it! Fuck me...
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    VAN HALEN WITH DAVE: 9x
    VAN HALEN WITH SAMMY: 8x
    VAN HALEN WITH GARY: 5x
    CHICKENFOOT/THE CIRCLE: 6x
    DAVE SOLO: 13x
    SAMMY SOLO: 15x (including MIKE/MONTROSE)
    GARY/EXTREME/TRIBE OF JUDAH/HURTSMILE: 7x
    CABO WABO CANTINA: 1x
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    Quote Originally Posted by DFVH5150 View Post
    During this time as a VH fan...outside of a couple Roth songs from his site, a Sammy song, a bootleg Chickenfoot song, and the Dave & Dave Unchained podcast....it's quite a boring year for a Halen fan. 'Less I decide to drive all the way to Chicago to see The Circle in a couple weeks. With that said, this is what I came with earlier today: if you had to pair up VH songs--all of their official ones, even non-album--what would they be? Like each song has a cousin, and they can't be from the same year. Here's mine, God help me:

    Runnin' with the Devil/Big River:

    -same bass beat, both heavier and probably written around the same time

    Eruption/Spanish Fly:

    -SF is practically the acoustic version

    You Really Got Me/Where Have All the Good Times Gone!:

    -both Bay City Rollers covers of course

    Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love/Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do):

    -pretty obvious, angry not-love songs

    I'm the One/Bottoms Up!:

    -the boogies, the a capellas

    Jamie's Cryin'/Spanked:

    -kind of reaching because a tough one, but both kind of quasi-funky VH songs, could've done DTNA or OPW for JC because of the lack of a guitar solo

    Atomic Punk/The Seventh Seal:

    -apocalyptic of course, JD could've worked but I went with the other

    Feel Your Love Tonight/So This Is Love?:

    -two upbeat love songs from Dave that clearly have nothing to do with love

    Little Dreamer/Push Comes to Shove:

    -melodramatic almost-ballad-like

    Ice Cream Man/Stay Frosty:

    -obvious, but EF or GTL could've worked because they are both singers' acoustic solo spots

    On Fire/Judgement Day:

    -each era's heaviest, meanest, and most metallic tunes

    You're No Good/Tattoo:

    -obvious

    Dance the Night Away/When It's Love:

    -each era's biggest love song, not that Dave is truly singing about it but it's possible I suppose

    Somebody Get Me a Doctor/One Way to Rock (live):

    -both have great, catchy, fast, and complex riffs that are repeated throughout the song over and over, this was a tough one for SGMAD, almost went with HAIL or HEH because of the solos being similarly long and fantastic, BW would've worked with SGMAD as well because of the intro leading into the riff (with the pause and cymbal taps)

    Outta Love Again/She's the Woman:

    -the riffs

    Light Up the Sky/Amsterdam:

    -the "Hellooooo baby!"'s (ha-ha...)

    D.O.A./House of Pain:

    -two of the heaviest end-of-the-world thug riffs from the classic era with the similar tempo

    Women in Love....../Learning to See:

    -process of elimination is tough, WIL could've went with LD, but both have soft intros, then kick in with the heavy riff, then soften up again during the verses, and then have a heavier chorus

    Beautiful Girls/(Oh) Pretty Woman:

    -obvious, the plural versus the singular

    And the Cradle Will Rock.../Hear About It Later:

    -another tough one, almost went with OFOTD because it was their second keyboard song but it fit somewhere else better (because doing this is so important in life) but HAIL was written on keyboard to be fair, riffs are similar kinda

    Everybody Wants Some!!/Hot for Teacher:

    -both awesome hits with great drum intros and similar themes

    Fools/Beats Workin':

    -grand intros, tempo

    Romeo Delight/Unchained:

    -their two best openers, two of their best riffs, one's chorus is similar to the other's bridge, both fan favorites

    Tora! Tora!/Source of Infection:

    -there were an odd number of instrumentals, but there are some vocals (screaming) in TT

    Loss of Control/As Is:

    -the boogies

    Take Your Whiskey Home/Finish What Ya Started:

    -acoustic, singing about the female blues

    Could This Be Magic?/Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now):

    -no brainer, acoustic novelties

    In a Simple Rhyme/Little Guitars:

    -the only two times Dave might have expressed that he cares about the girl as a person (he does say "love" in LG) and showed some romantic lyrical depth

    Growth/Baluchitherium:

    -full band instrumentals

    Mean Street/China Town:

    -CT is the updated version, the intros, and naturally..."Roll 'em up!"

    "Dirty Movies"/"5150":

    -easiest one of all--the quotation marks!, yeah it was tough finding a match for 5150, how about two great and acclaimed guitar tunes?, DM could've worked with Spanked because of the themes

    Sinner's Swing!/Honeybabysweetiedoll:

    -both dirty with repeated riffs

    Sunday Afternoon in the Park/Intruder:

    -obvious, similar choruses

    One Foot Out the Door/Inside:

    -both album-ending heavy, darker keyboard novelties

    -Hang 'em High/Outta Space:

    -similar fast-riffs, written around the same time again probably

    Cathedral/316:

    -his two most melodic solo instrumentals

    Secrets/Can't Get This Stuff No More:

    -almost same guitar during the verses

    Dancing in the Street/A Apolitical Blues:

    -two least best songs of each era from their least best albums (imo), and they're covers to boot

    Little Guitars (Intro)/Primary:

    -unconventional guitar instrumentals (sitar's close enough)

    The Full Bug/A.F.U. (Naturally Wired):

    -the super-fast riffs and boogs

    Happy Trails/How Many Say I:

    -most unconventional song from the classic era and...overall, and they both start with "h"

    1984/Neworld:

    -both instrumentals that lead off the album and set up the first big single

    Jump/Top of the World:

    -the most obvious

    Panama/Good Enough:

    -similar fun rockin' riffs, each era's most biggest breakdown/spoken word parts (arguably), almost went with Poundcake on this one because their sexual euphemisms (cars versus food) but UFB was the better fit

    Top Jimmy/Dirty Water Dog:

    -pretty obvious, clean fast guitar, fast vocals, similar choruses, similar overall

    Drop Dead Legs/Summer Nights:

    -two of their best non-hits, similar intros with the kick-ins, similar tempos, SN could've went with ICM, BG, or CW too because of the summertime-aspect

    I'll Wait/Mine All Mine:

    -heavier keyboard songs

    Girl Gone Bad/Pleasure Dome:

    -drumming, dark

    Donut City/Rise:

    -similar sounding, Ed plays all the instruments, both for movies (one dirtier than the other)

    Why Can't This Be Love/Without You

    -the "w"'s, oh, and the first single from each new era

    Get Up/Bullethead:

    -to quote Burgess Meredith, "Speed...speed....speeeeeeeeeed!"

    Dreams/Right Now:

    -both about a tie for the biggest songs of the Sammy Era (with WCTBL a hair in the third place seat), plus the two most inspirational motherfuckers of all time (including Rocky songs--going back to that), their two most (using the cliche) epic (but "literally," lol) and majestic songs

    Best of Both Worlds/Black and Blue:

    -the killer "b"'s...BAB is the poor man's BOBW (intro, outro, add infinitum)

    Love Walks In/Once:

    -deep, synth love songs, Once and HMSI would've been a great couple as well as the two most "non-Van Halen" Van Halen songs

    Rock and Roll (live)/Won't Get Fooled Again (live...maybe):

    -obvious, RAR is technically a b-side for the record

    Cabo Wabo/Fire in the Hole:

    -the riffs, the guitar "chik" sounds, both fun ditties

    Feels So Good/Can't Stop Lovin' You:

    -shall I quote that little girl from the ole Kraft Macaroni and Cheese commercials?, you know the slogan (if...if, you can consider VH to fall under that category!)

    Sucker in a 3 Piece/Ballot or the Bullet:

    -didn't go with Bullethead for this one, but these two rockers are the two blandest of rockers that seem like unworked demos in their category (take it easy I still love them, and if they were VH's only two songs they'd be the two best songs on Earth)

    Poundcake/Up for Breakfast:

    -obvious (the brilliant lyrics, that is)

    Runaround/The Trouble with Never:

    -similar guitar-playing during the verses (to my ears), similar wah-wahs

    In 'N' Out/Big Fat Money:

    -two fan non-faves that are in the same league thematically

    Man on a Mission/Give to Live (live):

    -these were the last two left, I tried to move some shit around and I'm still stuck with these two, well...they both are very, very goal-oriented, except one's about love and the other's about pussy, but again they're very goal-oriented

    The Dream Is Over/Humans Being:

    -two heavy, mean, and great Van Hagar songs with soaring choruses

    Ultra Bass (live)/Strung Out:

    -the two unconventional instrumentals (Eddie demolishing a grand piano and...Mike--hey, UB is titled so it counts)

    Not Enough/Eagles Fly (live):

    -two softies that kick in during the chorus with big drums (even though the acoustic version does not, I know-I know, but I only got so much time to work with and I'm already fucked up enough in the head to do this to begin with--don't argue)

    Doin' Time/Me & You (live):

    -Big Al's

    Aftershock/You and Your Blues:

    -the intros, the premises, both of these could've worked with ATBL, YNG, GGB, etc. but you gotta love that EVH sound during the intros (the choonk-choonk sounds I mean--what is called when a guitarist does that?)

    Take Me Back (Deja Vu)/Josephina:

    -again, one of them is the poor's man version, like the latter but def not as good, first thing I thought of when I heard the intro acoustic riff

    Feelin'/Year to the Day:

    -once again, back-to-back albums with ripping each other off, in one case, one is upper-middle class and the other is a bum on the street (by VH standards), YTTD might be my least favorite VH original

    Crossing Over/From Afar:

    -darkest, deepest, and saddest, almost went with TDIO for FA for some reason (something with the guitar and drum combo when they kick in), CO and Big Bad Bill was a runner-up...I always get those two mixed up!

    Respect the Wind/Catherine:

    -boy do they sound similar to my ears

    Me Wise Magic/It's About Time:

    -the big reunion songs

    One I Want/Blood and Fire:

    -wanted to go with Dreams for BAF because they're my #'s 1 & 2, but something with OIW reminds me of it, the clean guitar sound (different than I mentioned before though), the big drums, the vibe

    And that's it! Fuck me...
    Wow. That had to of taken some time!

    My immediate thought from the first time I ever heard it, and I still feel this way today, is that China Town reminds me a lot of Hang Em High.

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    When did the Kinks change their name to the Bay City Rollers?
    "It's so lonely at the top because it's so crowded at the bottom" - Diamond David Lee Roth

    "If at first you don't succeed, then skydiving is not for you"

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Coulda Hada VH View Post
    When did the Kinks change their name to the Bay City Rollers?
    Just being a goof on some of them
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    VAN HALEN WITH SAMMY: 8x
    VAN HALEN WITH GARY: 5x
    CHICKENFOOT/THE CIRCLE: 6x
    DAVE SOLO: 13x
    SAMMY SOLO: 15x (including MIKE/MONTROSE)
    GARY/EXTREME/TRIBE OF JUDAH/HURTSMILE: 7x
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    In my mind I put Dirty Movies and The Dream is Over together.

    I'm surprised you did not have Panama and Sucker in a Three Piece together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLE DRUMMER View Post
    Wow. That had to of taken some time!

    My immediate thought from the first time I ever heard it, and I still feel this way today, is that China Town reminds me a lot of Hang Em High.
    Yeah I can see that. The riff. Never noticed before.
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    VAN HALEN WITH DAVE: 9x
    VAN HALEN WITH SAMMY: 8x
    VAN HALEN WITH GARY: 5x
    CHICKENFOOT/THE CIRCLE: 6x
    DAVE SOLO: 13x
    SAMMY SOLO: 15x (including MIKE/MONTROSE)
    GARY/EXTREME/TRIBE OF JUDAH/HURTSMILE: 7x
    CABO WABO CANTINA: 1x
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yaminub View Post
    In my mind I put Dirty Movies and The Dream is Over together.

    I'm surprised you did not have Panama and Sucker in a Three Piece together.
    Panama and Sucker do sound alike, but I didn't want to put one of their best with one of their...least best let's just say.

    What's the DM/TDIO correlation? Ah...that main guitar part! Never noticed that, either. Of all the trillion times I've heard both songs. I always thought "it's a ripoff part" took from the ATBL intro.
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    VAN HALEN WITH DAVE: 9x
    VAN HALEN WITH SAMMY: 8x
    VAN HALEN WITH GARY: 5x
    CHICKENFOOT/THE CIRCLE: 6x
    DAVE SOLO: 13x
    SAMMY SOLO: 15x (including MIKE/MONTROSE)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DFVH5150 View Post
    Yeah I can see that. The riff. Never noticed before.
    And the vibe of the guitar and drums in tandem has a similar feel to me.

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    I like to pair my VH songs with a Pale Ale or 3.
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    Respect the Wind pairs well with a nice Chianti. When it's Love calls for a buttery lightly oaked Chardonnay. Hang 'em High is to be listened to with a shot of whisky.

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