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The new Magnum album hasn't grown on me yet. I don't dislike it, but there are too many plodding mid-tempo rockers which all blur together and nothing that stands out as a great track. I can't imagine me playing this one a lot.

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The new Magnum album hasn't grown on me yet. I don't dislike it, but there are too many plodding mid-tempo rockers which all blur together and nothing that stands out as a great track. I can't imagine me playing this one a lot.



The three they played live in Hull are the best 3 tracks, but I really like the title track& show me your hands.
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Live Sammy Hagar. 1978 Winterland and 1984 Detroit. I caught him in Toledo a week later in '84 and it was one of the best shows ever. Killer energy beginning to end.
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Live Sammy Hagar. 1978 Winterland and 1984 Detroit. I caught him in Toledo a week later in '84 and it was one of the best shows ever. Killer energy beginning to end.



Here it is:
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amazing show! Neal Schon joins near the end.
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Live Sammy Hagar. 1978 Winterland and 1984 Detroit. I caught him in Toledo a week later in '84 and it was one of the best shows ever. Killer energy beginning to end.



I saw the Detroit and Kalamazoo shows in '84. I love Sammy and he catches so much crap but he's amazing live, even now at 70 he runs circles around people half his age. And yes, of the three, he's my favorite Van Halen [sign in to see URL] is a cheeseball and I've never been a big Cherone fan. The VH albums with DLR are great, don't get me wrong, but live Sammy owns [sign in to see URL] around like crazy and STILL singing his ass off.
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Live Sammy Hagar. 1978 Winterland and 1984 Detroit. I caught him in Toledo a week later in '84 and it was one of the best shows ever. Killer energy beginning to end.



I saw the Detroit and Kalamazoo shows in '84. I love Sammy and he catches so much crap but he's amazing live, even now at 70 he runs circles around people half his age. And yes, of the three, he's my favorite Van Halen [sign in to see URL] is a cheeseball and I've never been a big Cherone fan. The VH albums with DLR are great, don't get me wrong, but live Sammy owns [sign in to see URL] around like crazy and STILL singing his ass off.



These shows from the VOA tour were great. They were all played live for radio broadcast. I wish that they would release the Toledo show, which was two days after the Detroit show. I was there and it was absolutely fabulous. One of the best, if not the best, I have ever seen. I don't get the crap that is tossed his way. If you want deep or whatever, listen to Cohen or Dylan or whomever. Hagar puts on a great show every time. I'm glad that I can listen to this and relive some of my past and the great concerts that I got to see back in the day. Not so many left doing this stuff these days. You are right, he was the best for Van Halen. DLR had run his course and was much better on his own at that time. Cherone sucked balls with VH. He should have stayed with Extreme where nobody cared. emoticon
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