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9 thoughts on “ Goin Crazy! - David Lee Roth - Eat Em And Smile (CD, Album)

  1. I'm goin' crazy Goin' crazy Ooh, from the heat Remember dancing on the pier last night? Got drunk and fell into the water The big policeman wasn't laughing, didn't blink an eye He said, "You're messin' with the mayor's daughter." (Whoa no!) Don't tell me give it up, too busy getting down I learned my lessons well You get it goin' and you don't.
  2. David Lee Roths solo debut finally arrives on the site with nearly Triple Plus (A++ to A+++) sound from start to finish - just shy of our Shootout Winner - exceptionally quiet vinyl too The overall sound here is incredibly full-bodied, musical, clear and spacious with tons of energy and a solid bottom end 4 1/2 stars: "Few would argue that David Lee Roths first solo EP was a complete comedy.
  3. David Lee Roth's departure from Van Halen in left the music world half in the state of panic. Hold-out music snobs reject anything from either camp; but I don't understand it. David's music and Van Halen with Sammy Haggar sit in a very similar lane, if anyone were to ask me.
  4. EAT EM' AND SMILE IS A FANTASTIC 80'S STYLE OF (POP) METAL MUSIC THAT IS ROTH'S MASTERPIECE! EASILY ROTH GREATEST MATERIAL ON ANY OF HIS SOLO ALBUMS. THE MUSICIANS ARE SOME OF THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS! GUITARIST STEVE VAI IS ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE AS IS BILLY SHEEHAN ON BASS/5().
  5. Goin’ Crazy! David Lee Roth. Produced by Ted Templeman. Album Eat ’Em and Smile. Goin’ Crazy! Lyrics. Wow, ah Yeah Well, here I'm rolling down another sunny highway Been in the sun too long.
  6. excellent release as expected for DAVID LEE ROTH with amazing musicianship and great songwriting!i d say that it s one of those releases ahead of its time and i can t find any similiar!Steve,Billy &Gregg are among the best and the result is massive &flawless!"yankee rose","goin crazy","bump &grind" and "big trouble" are great songs indeed!
  7. All that stuff became fired up even more highly when Roth released his first post-Van Halen solo album "Eat 'Em and Smile." His first solo album was called "Crazy from the Heat," and was little better than a collection of lounge songs coupled with inventive and amusing music videos directed by Roth himself.
  8. Eat 'Em and Smile, an Album by David Lee Roth. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. ; Cassette). Genres: Hard Rock.
  9. Aug 03,  · David Lee Roth Crazy in Detroit - CD Media: 2 CD Time: , Catalog: Digital Reproductions Source: Audience (1st Gen) Quality: VG++ Date: September 26, Location: Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan The Band David Lee Roth - Vocals Steve Vai - Guitars Billy Sheehan - Bass Gregg Bissonette - Drums Track Listing Intro Shy Boy

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