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Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday. But today is a mid-week rerun in honor of July 4th. METAL DAD: THE BOOK…
Matt Wardlaw and D.X. Ferris are joined by author Greg Renoff to discuss Van Halen Rising, his popular new book that covers the early years of the legendary group.
Greg Renoff’s “Van Halen Rising” charts the early triumphs, mishaps and wildness of the band that saved heavy metal.
Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday. Click the pic to enlarge. Right?! Tell us in the comments section!
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Extreme bassist Pat Badger joins us to discuss his current PledgeMusic campaign, Van Halen and jamming with Roger Daltrey.
A countdown of ten artists who broke away from their old groups and went on to release great music in their own right.
Gimme a bottle of anything… and David Lee Roth’s 15 best solo songs… TO GO!
There are a lot of great music autobiographies out there, but there are great ones still to be written. Chris Holmes counts down the Top 5.
Sing it Dave! Win the new VH cd!
Popdose reviews the big Van Halen/David Lee Roth reunion. Was it worth it?
How does Tattoo stack up against the first singles from Van Halen albums past? Here’s a look
In 1996, after a decade and a half of high but rapidly diminishing record sales and influence, Van Halen was suddenly a hot band again, and it was because of,…
So VH is hitting the road! Maybe! Unless they deny it! Again!
Your Popdose staff gathers ’round the new Chickenfoot single and can’t help arguing about Van Halen. Again.
He’s gone sailing, ridden like the wind, and been caught between the moon and New York City. Now, Christopher Cross is back with a new album: “Doctor Faith.”
Dave Steed likes Rush! Dave Steed likes Rush! No, this isn’t a typo. He’s finally wised up and listened to his peers for a change.
After a three-month hiatus, Jeff, Jason, and Dave are back to rip apart a Billboard Top 10 from 1985. It’s the Popdose Podcast, Episode 16: CHART ATTACK! Edition!
Popdose runs down reunions, new releases and rumors of new releases for 2011.
A strong, effective piece of songwriting that blended hard rock with some new wave leanings, you hear an unexpected poignancy in “Little Guitars.” That’s right, a Van Halen song that actually has feeling.
If you’re holding your breath for the day MTV starts playing music videos, let it go. It’s never going to happen, not while the dreaded Snooki-beast is running around, trying…
Rob Smith gets back into the “Dave vs. Sammy” argument in this week’s Death by Power Ballad column on Van Halen’s “Love Walks In,” on on Popdose.com.
This week, Dave Steed sets off a chain reaction, goes crazy from the heat, rocks a tricky rhyme, and bangs on the drum all day with Tom Sawyer.
Does this man look like he needs career advice? Rob Smith’s Uncle Donnie Skwatzenschitz thought so.
Some people are just flat-out smart-asses. It’s not necessarily a bad thing to be at times, mind you, but a good smart-ass pulls it off with a modicum of grace…