VAN HALEN: 'The Studio Albums 1978-1984' Box Set Due In March

VAN HALEN is one of the world's most legendary rock bands, having sold over 75 million albums worldwide since its revolutionary debut in 1978. Driven by Eddie Van Halen, the guitarist widely regarded as second only to Jimi Hendrix, VAN HALEN has produced some of rock's most unforgettable rock songs.

Van Halen Store, in association with Warner Bros./Rhino, is proud to announce that "Van Halen: The Studio Albums 1978-1984" is due for release March 26. This limited-edition 6CD box set documents the band's indelible history, from their self-titled 1978 debut until the "1984" album, which was to be singer David Lee Roth's last record with the band until 2012. Included in this box are many of the band's best-known songs — "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love", "Runnin' With The Devil", "Jump", "Dance The Night Away", "Unchained", "Everybody Wants Some", "Hot For Teacher" and "Panama".

"The Studio Albums 1978-1984" is a no-frills package of VAN HALEN's incredible era with original vocalist David Lee Roth at the helm, remastered and neatly packaged in clamshell box. Featuring the now-immortal six-string styles of Eddie Van Halen, the devastating rhythm section of bassist Michael Anthony and drummer Alex Van Halen and the clean production of Ted Templeman, this box is a crash course in big rock.

If you're looking for a gift for a new (or maybe even an old) VAN HALEN fan, this six-disc box is the perfect way to own a slice of HALEN history!

Pre-order yours now at This limited-edition item won't last.


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