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  • CD (9 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000007O7F
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Un David Lee Roth parmi les meilleurs , à classer à la même hauteur que " Eat 'em and smile " ou "A little ain't enough ". John " five " Lowery y est pour beaucoup bien sur
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Soit ! Les heures glorieuses de Diamond Dave sont derrières lui mais...
Mais le roi de l'entertainement n'a de toute évidence pas dit son dernier mot (Jean pierre). En atteste cet album sans titre et à l'illustration baclée, en tout cas anonyme . Assurément beaucoup seront passés à côté, ou n'y auront prêter que peu ou pas d'attentions... Dommage.

David lee Roth, pour sa cinquième livraison (et demi), renoue avec ce Rock sauvage et souriant qui avait fait sa renommée. A la différence prêt que jamais sa musique ne vous sera apparu aussi direct. Un bon point, car s'éloignant de l'archétype "Super production Made in USA", Lee Roth se reconcentre sur l'essence même du Rock: La dynamique dans l'urgence. Basse, Batterie, Guitares et chant, pour 14 titres qui sentent souvent la poudre de feux d'artifices. Alors même si la voix de Dave a, il est vrai, un peu perdu de sa superbe (le poid des ans) et que les lights irradiant sa personne se font maintenant plus rares, l'inconditionnel que je suis ne boudera certainement pas le plaisir que lui procure encore aujourd'hui ce disque. 16/20
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la flamme est toujours présente chez l'ancien chanteur de van halen ! comme presque a chaque album le line-up est remanié mais la magie est toujours présente ! il suffit d'écouter" slam dunk" pour s'en persuader.hard-rock,rockn'roll et rythm'and blues se cotoie pour notre plus grand bonheur,non "diamond dave" n'est pas mort !
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Totally unaware 3 janvier 2012
Par P. A. Reese - Publié sur Amazon.com
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So here it is 2012 and I was totally unaware of this release. Recently brought to my attention from watching That Metal Show and having John 5 as their guest guitarist. I never pay attention to the better ratings, but always check out the negative ratings. Paying $4.99 for the digital download, I said what the heck.
I dont understand all the negative reviews. While this is not one of my favorite DLR releases it is still good. Lyrically, I dont know. Never really pay attention to what anyone is saying. Lets face it, I think DLR is a little twisted to begin with. As for talking about online dating in the one song, maybe unimportant back when this was released, but pretty relevant now. So DLR was ahead of the game.
I was not a big fan of Skyscraper and DLR kind of lost me at that point, but did recover with A Little Aint Enough. I was unaware of anything he released passed that. I am overall glad i stumbled onto this. I would probably give it 3 1/2 stars if I could, only because some of the songs just dont literally suck you in like some of the past. Great musicianship none the less and refreshing to listen to. John 5 is a monster and to be honest, I will be surprised if VH newest release that is on the horizon for 2012 will be able to compete with this guys guitar skills. Although, I hope it will be good unlike VH3. If anybody is even looking at this at this time, for the price I would say go for it and I will be interested to see what you think.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good enough to enter the Roth-fronted VH canon 14 février 2014
Par Levi Shutt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For starters, I'm not a fan of Dave's solo work. When he left Van Halen, he started sounding more like 80's pop than hard rock. Eat 'Em and Smile was okay. Van Halen never sounded great after his departure, themselves. The mid to late eighties brought in too many electronic drums and keyboards.

Fortunately, I uncovered this little gem from the 90's. Apparently John 5, Marylin Manson's guitarist I'm told (?), is a huge VH fan and seems to be the driving force behind this album. His guitar playing is not far off from Eddie. Throw in Dave's acrobats, ridiculous lyrics, and screaming vocals and you've got an album good enough to enter the Roth-fronted Van Halen fold. Better than anything VH did with Sammy, from start to finish.

All tracks are good. Personal faves: Slam Dunk, King of the Hill, Little Texas, Relentless, and Tight.

I read another reviewer compare this album to "Women and Children First" or "Fair Warning" from the Van Halen catalouge. Pretty accurate if you ask me. These are all heavy hitters that could have worked on those albums.

Makes you wonder what would have happened if Diamond Dave and Ed had never been in an ego battle. Maybe some great music could have continued to be made. At least they're back at it now! This is 4/5 for me, just about perfect.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great rock CD, but..... 8 septembre 1998
Par patty1955 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been a David Lee Roth fan for more years than I care to admit, so I was really excited by the news that Dave had started a new band, recorded a new CD and was making plans to tour. I was elated when word went out among the fans that "the old Dave is back." Then I bought the cd. This is a really good rock and roll cd, but it's not "the old Dave." I could write several paragraphs detailing ways I think the new stuff could be improved, but I won't waste my time or yours, because the biggest problem isn't the lyrics or the production, it's that "Diamond Dave" is missing. Maybe you have to be a long time fan to understand what I'm talking about, but I'll try to explain.
First, I miss Dave's famous asides. You know, the smart-ass comments sprinkled throughout the classic Van Halen music. My favorite David Lee Roth moment is the last few seconds of "Everybody Wants Some." Dave made being a smart-ass fashionable.
Second, I know doing covers is not considered prestigious for a rock band, but the "old Dave" was the master of covers. He has a knack for taking someone else's songs and making them his own. Who else could have recorded "Happy Trails to You" and made it work? When is the last time Dave recorded a good cover?
Last and most important, what's missing is the attitude. I think Dave's trying too hard. Blacklight, Relentless, and Indeedido seem almost forced. I've always thought that Dave's style was very autobiographical. Anger, anxiety, etc. showed in his music at what seemed to be the appropriate times. I think Dave is just as anxious to get a few hits and get out on the road as the fans are, but the anxiety has overtaken the fun . Maybe I was expecting a more celebratory feel to the album. Dave is the one that taught us that rock and roll is supposed to be fun. "Where Have All the Good Times Gone?", indeed.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Stuff 24 mars 2014
Par Mikel C Snow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
If you're a Roth fan, this album is definitely a must-own. Since the album was produced by Roth's own Wawazat! label, it isn't available on i-tunes, but I was more than satisfied with my purchase from this seller on Amazon. Although Roth's vocals aren't as good as they were during his A-Little-Ain't-Enough-and-prior hay day, he still provides just as much energy and as many cleverly-cheesy lyrics as ever. Also, if you aren't already a fan of guitarist John 5 of Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie fame, this is a great introduction to some of his style. While his playing in the DLR Band doesn't really resemble anything from Manson's or Zombie's styles of metal, it's very obvious John 5 is a metal guitarist, and not just some run-of-the-mill blues-based studio guitar player. In my opinion, the guitar on this album is Roth's best since Steve Vai. Fans rejoice: this is a good one.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must own for true David Lee Roth fans. 24 septembre 2013
Par Ajattanasio - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Folks have always struggled with David Lee Roth's existence post VH. While he was really popular right after VH his fan base began to erode over the years. The biggest shame about the fall off is that most of the fans that loved Dave in VH and into his first 1-2 solo albums completely missed the DLR Band and boy did they miss out. The DLR band is an album that has a few catchy tunes that we've come to expect from any DLR album. What makes this album special is that that there are a few hidden gems that take several listens to truly sink in. The last song on the album being the best example (Black Sand). With John Lowery (John 5) on guitars Roth has a renewed confidence and sounds to be having more fun in the studio then he had since early on. I got this album when it came out in 1998 (I was 18 at the time) and listened to for a month or two and then would revisit it from time to time over the years. About 2-3 years ago I felt this sudden urge to listen to this album again in earnest... and I really haven't stopped since. I'm writing this review now because I'm on one of my DLR Band binges and it has really been a bright spot in my rotation for the last few weeks. Slam Dunk!, Little Texas, Counter-Blast, Indeedido, Weekend with the Babysitter, Black Sand... this album is a must own for true David Lee Roth fans. Hope you enjoy.
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