When Van Halen arrived on the scene back in the '70s, they brought along with them an exciting new guitarist in Eddie Van Halen, as well as a satisfying stage show. With the release of their incredible debut album, Van Halen climbed to great heights, awarding these Pasadena kids a life-altering career. As the David Lee Roth era neared its end, the band released 1984, an album that featured four hit singles ("Jump," "I'll Wait," "Panama," "Hot for Teacher") and enjoyed phenomenal sales throughout the world.
On March 30 (UK) and March 31 (US) Rhino Records will reissue both Van Halen and 1984 in newly remastered editions. Along with the CD reissues, there will be LP versions available as well.
Also on March 30 (UK) and March 31 (US) the band will release their first ever official live set with Tokyo Dome Live in Concert. This 25- track live set will be issued over two CDs, and, if you're going vinyl, over four LPs. For the collector, Rhino will release a six-LP box set on the same date.
On April 14 (US) Rhino will release a four-CD Deluxe Box that will offer both remastered classic albums, as well as the new two-CD Tokyo Dome Live in Concert album.