℗ 1978 Warner Bros
Released March 31, 2015
Duration 35m 13s
Record Label Rhino/Warner Records
Genre Rock (Hard Rock)
 

Van Halen (Remastered)

Van Halen

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1.1
Runnin' with the Devil (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:32
1.2
Eruption (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
1:42
1.3
You Really Got Me (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
2:37
1.4
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:47
1.5
I'm the One (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:44
1.6
Jamie's Cryin' (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:30
1.7
Atomic Punk (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:00
1.8
Feel Your Love Tonight (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:40
1.9
Little Dreamer (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:22
1.10
Ice Cream Man (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:18
1.11
On Fire (2015 Remaster)
Van Halen
3:01
Van Halen is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Van Halen. Released on February 10, 1978, the album peaked at #19 on the Billboard 200. Van Halen began recording demos in 1976. However, a three-track tape financed by Gene Simmons attracted no interest from record labels. Guitarist Eddie Van Halen was not convinced of the quality of the material because they could not make the recordings with their own equipment. Simmons left to tour with Kiss after recording the demos, but said he would try to secure Van Halen a record deal afterwards. After recording the demos, Van Halen was offered several concerts. At a sold-out show in their hometown, Pasadena, the group's future manager, Marshall Berle, discovered the band. He and musical entrepreneur Kim Fowley paired them with punk rock band Venus and the Razorblades for a gig at the Whisky a Go Go. After being well received by Berle at the Whisky a Go Go, the band gained the attention of Mo Ostin and Ted Templeman of Warner Bros. Ostin and Templeman were impressed with the band's performance at the Starwood, and Van Halen proceeded to sign a contract with Warner. The recording of their debut album began in October 1977 and lasted only three weeks. With producer Ted Templeman, it was mostly recorded live. "Runnin' with the Devil", "Jamie's Cryin'", "Feel Your Love Tonight" and "Ice Cream Man" contain guitar overdubs. Overall, the album cost approximately $40,000 to produce.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Bros. Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – 50 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit; contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source; 50 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 192 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.02
-3.27 to -0.01
-19.66
-21.18 to -18.43
13
12 to 14
1
Runnin' with the Devil (2015 Remaster)
-0.82-20.4813
2
Eruption (2015 Remaster)
-3.27-21.1812
3
You Really Got Me (2015 Remaster)
-0.76-19.1712
4
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love (2015 Remaster)
-1.01-19.0813
5
I'm the One (2015 Remaster)
-0.01-18.4312
6
Jamie's Cryin' (2015 Remaster)
-0.92-20.2713
7
Atomic Punk (2015 Remaster)
-1.22-19.1513
8
Feel Your Love Tonight (2015 Remaster)
-1.12-19.0513
9
Little Dreamer (2015 Remaster)
-0.53-19.4313
10
Ice Cream Man (2015 Remaster)
-0.58-20.5413
11
On Fire (2015 Remaster)
0.00-19.5314

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