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No Eres Buena (Youre No Good) - Van Halen - Van Halen II (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ No Eres Buena (Youre No Good) - Van Halen - Van Halen II (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Van Halen's debut album is a landmark of hard rock, with a patented and unique acid bubblegum and chrome-plated neon sound that is positively enthralling and thrilling.
  2. With Van Halen, Michael Anthony, David Lee Roth, Alex Van Halen. Van Halen performs in the music video "You're No Good" from the album "Van Halen II" recorded for Warner Brothers Music. The music video opens with shots of a cheering crowd. The band performs live on a darkened stage for the enthusiastic audience.
  3. album: "Van Halen II" () You're No Good. Dance The Night Away. Somebody Get Me A Doctor. Bottoms Up! Outta Love Again. Light Up The Sky. D.O.A. Women In Love. Beautiful Girls. album: "Women And Children First" () And The Cradle Will Rock. Everybody Wants Some!!
  4. You're no good, no good. Baby, you're no good. No good, no good, no good. Baby, you're no good. I broke a heart, simple and true. Broke a heart for someone like you. We'll be coming back. Don't come running to me. I wanna love you, maybe set you free. You're no good, no good, no good. Baby, you're no good. You're no good, no good, no good. Baby.
  5. Album: Van Halen II / Original Release Date: Genre: Rock. Song Duration: 3 min 18 sec. You're No Good Van Halen. Top Van Halen Lyrics In A Simple Rhyme Eagles Fly And The Cradle Will Rock Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love Learning To See Up For Breakfast I'll Wait Jump Love Walks In Sweet Victory.
  6. Aug 30,  · 60 videos Play all Van Halen (First 6 Albums) anthraxmikeydoolin Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love ( Remaster) - Duration: Van Halen - Topic 2,, views.
  7. You’re No Good You’re No Good is the first track on Van Halen II. The band used to play a completely different version of this song during their club days. On the cassette version of the album, this song was incorrectly credited to Holland-Dozier-Holland (the trio responsible for .
  8. Mar 17,  · Coming a year after their stunning and tremendously entertaining first album, Van Halen’s sophomore release needed to accomplish the impossible: live up to the flawlessness of the debut while simultaneously breaking new ground in the patented Van Halen sound. It’s no surprise, then, that the unimaginatively titled “II” can feel like a 4/5().

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