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    My signed copy won't get to me until Wednesday. I haven't heard the whole "walk and talk" song yet, but here's where you can hear the first 45 seconds
    https://www.hmv.co.jp/en/artist_Mamm...h-WVH_11789936

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronwabo View Post
    My signed copy won't get to me until Wednesday. I haven't heard the whole "walk and talk" song yet, but here's where you can hear the first 45 seconds
    https://www.hmv.co.jp/en/artist_Mamm...h-WVH_11789936
    Wow, sounds like another cool tune.

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    Sounds great, love the intro, too! Reminded me of Eddie...
    Beauty is life when life unveils
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    But you are life and you
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    Beauty is eternity gazing at itself
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    But you are eternity
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronwabo View Post
    My signed copy won't get to me until Wednesday. I haven't heard the whole "walk and talk" song yet, but here's where you can hear the first 45 seconds
    https://www.hmv.co.jp/en/artist_Mamm...h-WVH_11789936
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMJ View Post
    OG right here

    Yeah baby

    diggin this shit


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    JAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY! Long time, Brotha! wwwaazzzuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup

    And yeah, guess we gotta give one to our recent dearly-departed for its flawlessly false, Great Upside-Down assessment of Mammoth WVH here. There's no deficit of soul in this album. And if you don't think this fucker has hooks, I got no idea what you're after.

    Sure, there's a survey of influences across this work. Tony Iommi looms larger than expected, missed the AC/DC stamp the first time till "You'll Be The One" gave me a Benny-Hill-slap on the second spin. There seem to be passing references to The Edge and holy fuckballs, was that a dash of Tom Morello jumping out of the right channel on one of 'em? Sure as HELL got Rage/Slave all over "You're To Blame". I even think I make out some Hammett-style freneticism on the wah-wah here and there too.

    And you'd better believe there's more than a dose of Dear Old Dad. It's not just in the tapping, artificial harmonics, and the way he wrings every molecule of juice out of a note, but in that same exquisite good taste - there just ain't a single note sounding out of place. Wolf's solo work really serves the narrative of each song, pointing arrow-straight to a strength that at least matches his father and may well outstrip him soon: structural discipline in the songwriting. If all these compositions are Wolfgang's alone, he's truly formidable as a writer.

    Vernon Reid ain't fuckin' around about Wolfgang's distinct instrumental personas and that guy oughtta know. Even his voice is top-tier.

    It's not your father's Van Halen, but there's no mistaking the DNA percolating all the way through, the atavistic joie de vivre in the music, and maybe that's why there was all this annoying shit in my eyes for 58 minutes last night on the first full spin.

    I get the sense we're hearing nothing less than Edward Van Halen's greatest single accomplishment here. And I don't think he'd disagree.
    Edward Van Halen lives forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The SLAWTERHOUSE Bug View Post
    JAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY! Long time, Brotha! wwwaazzzuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup

    And yeah, guess we gotta give one to our recent dearly-departed for its flawlessly false, Great Upside-Down assessment of Mammoth WVH here. There's no deficit of soul in this album. And if you don't think this fucker has hooks, I got no idea what you're after.

    Sure, there's a survey of influences across this work. Tony Iommi looms larger than expected, missed the AC/DC stamp the first time till "You'll Be The One" gave me a Benny-Hill-slap on the second spin. There seem to be passing references to The Edge and holy fuckballs, was that a dash of Tom Morello jumping out of the right channel on one of 'em? Sure as HELL got Rage/Slave all over "You're To Blame". I even think I make out some Hammett-style freneticism on the wah-wah here and there too.

    And you'd better believe there's more than a dose of Dear Old Dad. It's not just in the tapping, artificial harmonics, and the way he wrings every molecule of juice out of a note, but in that same exquisite good taste - there just ain't a single note sounding out of place. Wolf's solo work really serves the narrative of each song, pointing arrow-straight to a strength that at least matches his father and may well outstrip him soon: structural discipline in the songwriting. If all these compositions are Wolfgang's alone, he's truly formidable as a writer.

    Vernon Reid ain't fuckin' around about Wolfgang's distinct instrumental personas and that guy oughtta know. Even his voice is top-tier.

    It's not your father's Van Halen, but there's no mistaking the DNA percolating all the way through, the atavistic joie de vivre in the music, and maybe that's why there was all this annoying shit in my eyes for 58 minutes last night on the first full spin.

    I get the sense we're hearing nothing less than Edward Van Halen's greatest single accomplishment here. And I don't think he'd disagree.
    Hell yeah!
    I miss Eddie Van Halen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The SLAWTERHOUSE Bug View Post
    JAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY! Long time, Brotha! wwwaazzzuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup

    And yeah, guess we gotta give one to our recent dearly-departed for its flawlessly false, Great Upside-Down assessment of Mammoth WVH here. There's no deficit of soul in this album. And if you don't think this fucker has hooks, I got no idea what you're after.

    Sure, there's a survey of influences across this work. Tony Iommi looms larger than expected, missed the AC/DC stamp the first time till "You'll Be The One" gave me a Benny-Hill-slap on the second spin. There seem to be passing references to The Edge and holy fuckballs, was that a dash of Tom Morello jumping out of the right channel on one of 'em? Sure as HELL got Rage/Slave all over "You're To Blame". I even think I make out some Hammett-style freneticism on the wah-wah here and there too.

    And you'd better believe there's more than a dose of Dear Old Dad. It's not just in the tapping, artificial harmonics, and the way he wrings every molecule of juice out of a note, but in that same exquisite good taste - there just ain't a single note sounding out of place. Wolf's solo work really serves the narrative of each song, pointing arrow-straight to a strength that at least matches his father and may well outstrip him soon: structural discipline in the songwriting. If all these compositions are Wolfgang's alone, he's truly formidable as a writer.

    Vernon Reid ain't fuckin' around about Wolfgang's distinct instrumental personas and that guy oughtta know. Even his voice is top-tier.

    It's not your father's Van Halen, but there's no mistaking the DNA percolating all the way through, the atavistic joie de vivre in the music, and maybe that's why there was all this annoying shit in my eyes for 58 minutes last night on the first full spin.

    I get the sense we're hearing nothing less than Edward Van Halen's greatest single accomplishment here. And I don't think he'd disagree.
    Just getting ready for the early heatwave this week

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    Shit

    Fuck me runnin

    Can you imagine Wolf opening for a reunited VH after hearing this album?

    So
    Many thoughts and emotions

    Mr Ed is a totally fun tune


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    Quote Originally Posted by The SLAWTERHOUSE Bug View Post
    JAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY! Long time, Brotha! wwwaazzzuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup

    And yeah, guess we gotta give one to our recent dearly-departed for its flawlessly false, Great Upside-Down assessment of Mammoth WVH here. There's no deficit of soul in this album. And if you don't think this fucker has hooks, I got no idea what you're after.

    Sure, there's a survey of influences across this work. Tony Iommi looms larger than expected, missed the AC/DC stamp the first time till "You'll Be The One" gave me a Benny-Hill-slap on the second spin. There seem to be passing references to The Edge and holy fuckballs, was that a dash of Tom Morello jumping out of the right channel on one of 'em? Sure as HELL got Rage/Slave all over "You're To Blame". I even think I make out some Hammett-style freneticism on the wah-wah here and there too.

    And you'd better believe there's more than a dose of Dear Old Dad. It's not just in the tapping, artificial harmonics, and the way he wrings every molecule of juice out of a note, but in that same exquisite good taste - there just ain't a single note sounding out of place. Wolf's solo work really serves the narrative of each song, pointing arrow-straight to a strength that at least matches his father and may well outstrip him soon: structural discipline in the songwriting. If all these compositions are Wolfgang's alone, he's truly formidable as a writer.

    Vernon Reid ain't fuckin' around about Wolfgang's distinct instrumental personas and that guy oughtta know. Even his voice is top-tier.

    It's not your father's Van Halen, but there's no mistaking the DNA percolating all the way through, the atavistic joie de vivre in the music, and maybe that's why there was all this annoying shit in my eyes for 58 minutes last night on the first full spin.

    I get the sense we're hearing nothing less than Edward Van Halen's greatest single accomplishment here. And I don't think he'd disagree.
    A pleasure to read this overview....Thank you....I'm still waiting for the arrival of my cd and am so looking forward to hearing the six or so tunes I haven't heard yet.

    I must say it's pretty damn hard not clicking on various links all over the place to the tracks i haven't heard. It's like trying to avoid a joint passed around at an after hours party!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chain View Post
    A pleasure to read this overview....Thank you....I'm still waiting for the arrival of my cd and am so looking forward to hearing the six or so tunes I haven't heard yet.

    I must say it's pretty damn hard not clicking on various links all over the place to the tracks i haven't heard. It's like trying to avoid a joint passed around at an after hours party!
    Don't wait. We aren't promised tomorrow. Listen, brother. Listen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chain View Post
    Very cool that he gave Stewart Copeland some much deserved props. I wonder if Wolf has listened to the band Oyster Head which features Copeland on drums and one of his favorite bass players, Les Claypool? And is rounded out by Trey Anastasio from Phish on guitar.....

    Incidentally, Oyster Head is touring again this summer in between Phish dates. Their biggest date is probably headlining the annual Peach Festival in late summer.
    I don't know if Wolf has listened to them, but now I am interested in hearing them just based on that set of musicians I'll have to check out their music.

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    I agree, Wolfgang opening for Van Halen would’ve been the ultimate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyBHarris View Post
    Saw this on Apple Music, some good details about the songs on the album:













    Cool of Apple Music to have that on there

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    I'm grooving to it so far. Horribly Right is sticking out as one of the ones I hadn't heard previously. I really like Wolf's harmonies in his choruses as well.

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    Man, what a great album! Listened to most of it on Friday, then all of it in the car yesterday while running errands...so, so catchy. Some absolutely great tunes! "Mr. Ed", "Horribly Right" & "The Big Picture" are early favourites of the songs I hadn't already heard. This summer officially has my driving album set
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