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Van Halen Live Without a Net (1986)

A live 1986 concert film made by Band Van Halen in promotion of there new album, "5150". With past lead singer David Lee Roth gone, replaced by by famous vocalist, Sammy Hagar.

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A live 1986 concert film made by Band Van Halen in promotion of there new album, "5150". With past lead singer David Lee Roth gone, replaced by by famous vocalist, Sammy Hagar.

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24 November 1986 (USA)  »

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Recorded in 1986 during the band's 5150 Tour in New Haven, CT. See more »

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At the start of his guitar solo, Eddie places a cigarette on the headstock of the guitar. Over the course of the solo, the cigarette disappears and re-appears numerous times. See more »


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Get Up
Performed by Edward Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony and Sammy Hagar
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Fun 80's Concert
2 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

I actually was at this concert when they filmed the video. I attended the concert on the second night of a two night stand. The concert was pretty much like what is seen on the video with the exception that quite a few songs were left out. What was not seen on the video that we saw in person was the band playing "You Really Got Me","Good Enough", and "Wild Thing". But probably the best part of the show that was not seen on the video was Van Halen playing their big hit at the time..."Dreams". During this song, Edward Van Halen was playing the keyboards with the guitar slung over his shoulder, and when it was time to play the mid-song solo, he whipped the Kramer around into his hands and cranked out a massive solo. I was amazed that this part was not shown on the video. Despite the stuff left out, this concert video is a good documentation of an early Hagar era VH show. The filming could have been a bit better, as could the sound, but I think the old New Haven Arena was to blame for that part.


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