Tesla's Frank Hannon Thinks New Van Halen Live Album 'Rules!'

(hennemusic) Tesla guitarist Frank Hannon is praising Van Halen's new album, "Tokyo Dome Live In Concert", following criticism of David Lee Roth's vocals on the project and during their recent performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

"If you are a fan of truly 'LIVE' albums, as I am, and have stated, this album rules!," says Hannon. "Just to hear Eddie's guitar tones on 'Romeo Delight', 'Beautiful Girls', '"Women In Love' alone is worth the $16. As for Dave, well he's included a 6 page book with lyrics to read the words he don't sing and to hear him tell of the spotlight operator in 'Ice Cream Man' is priceless, not to mention all the Japanese BS he rambles.

"I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this CD while driving my 17 yr old to school this morning remembering hearing VH when I was his age and loving it!!!

"For those of us who anxiously waited in line at Tower Records to get 'VHII', 'Women and Children First', and 'Fair Warning'…this album will tickle your fancy…for those who want perfect vocals, buy a One Direction live album!!!"

Hannon's comments come on the heels of those by former Van Halen singer Sammy Hagar, who took direct aim at Roth. Read more here.

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