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Van Halen - Why Can't This Be Love (E X T E N D E D Mix) / Get Up album

Van Halen - Why Can't This Be Love (E X T E N D E D Mix) / Get Up album
  • Performer Van Halen
  • Title Why Can't This Be Love (E X T E N D E D Mix) / Get Up
  • Date of release 1986
  • Country US
  • Style Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Other formats MPC DXD VOC FLAC DMF VQF AA
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1673 mb
  • Size FLAC 1562 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 997

The "extended remix" of Van Halen's "Why Can't This Be Love" is a good example of a time period where the 12" extended mix had become almost ubiquitous - even hard rock acts, a cultural universe removed from the disco scene whence the 12" single originated - acts such as Van Halen as AC/DC seemed to feel the need to put out. extended mixes of their songs by 1985 and 1986. Like every other movement in popular music, the 12" remix had become appropriated and legitimated and had the life blood sucked out of it by the record industry

Song - Why Can't This Be Love. Guitar - Eddie Van Halen. Keyboards - Eddie Van Halen. The Hagar Era began in late 1985 and in 1986, the first song with Hagar on lead "Why Can't This Be Love" shot its way to Number 3 on the Billboard HOT 10. he signature sound is Eddie Van Halen on the keyboard. Billboard HOT 100: 5150 . Имя.

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Straight from my heart Oh tell me why Can't this be love. I tell myself Hey only fools rush in Only time will tell If we stand the test of time. All I know You've got to run to win And I'll be damned ifI'll get Hung up on the line. No I can't recall Anything at all Baby this blows 'em all away. It's got what it takes So tell me why Can't this be love. You want it straight from the heart Oh tell me why Can't this be love.

WHY CAN'T THIS BE LOVE As recorded by Van Halen (From the 1986 Album 5150). Gtr I (E A D G B E) - 'Eddie Van Halen - dist electric' Gtr II (E A D G B E) - 'Eddie Van Halen - Synth arr. for guitar' -. 2-2-3-2-2--3-2-3-3

Whoa, here it comes That funny feelin' again windin' Me up inside Every time we touch Hey, I don't know Oh, tell me where to begin 'Cause I never ever Felt so much, hey! An' I can't recall any love at all Oh baby, this blows 'em all away

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Why Can't This Be Love (Extended Version)
Remix – Donn Landee, Mick Jones , Van Halen
5:00
B Get Up 4:35

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Record Service GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
  • Made By – WEA Musik GmbH
  • Published By – Yessup Music Company

Credits

  • Producer – Donn Landee, Mick Jones , Van Halen
  • Written-By – Alex Van Halen, Edward Van Halen*, Michael Anthony , Sammy Hagar

Notes

℗ 1986 WEA International Inc.
© 1986 WEA International Inc.
Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf
Made in Germany by WEA Musik GmbH

Also Available - The Album '5150'
LP W5150 925 394-1 Cassette W5150C 925 394-4

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - Variant 1): R/S Alsdorf 920463-0-A2 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - Variant 1): R/S Alsdorf 920463-0-B 12
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - Variant 2): R/S Alsdorf 920463-0-Ax
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - Variant 2): "S" R/S Alsdorf 920463-0-Bx
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 0392
  • Other (Price Code): Ⓓ
  • Other (Distribution Code France): WE 221

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7-28740, 9 28740-7 Van Halen Why Can't This Be Love ‎(7", Single) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 7-28740, 9 28740-7 US 1986
W8740P, 928 740-7 Van Halen Why Can't This Be Love ‎(7", Shape, Pic) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records W8740P, 928 740-7 UK 1986
7-28740 Van Halen Why Can't This Be Love ‎(7", Single, Promo) Warner Bros. Records 7-28740 US 1986
W8740T, 920 463-0, W8740(T), 920463-0 Van Halen Why Can't This Be Love (Extended Mix) / Get Up ‎(12", PRS) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records W8740T, 920 463-0, W8740(T), 920463-0 UK 1986
W8740T, 920 463-0, W8740(T), 920463-0 Van Halen Why Can't This Be Love (Extended Mix) / Get Up ‎(12", Dam) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records W8740T, 920 463-0, W8740(T), 920463-0 UK 1986


Talk about Van Halen - Why Can't This Be Love (E X T E N D E D Mix) / Get Up


Conjulhala
The "extended remix" of Van Halen's "Why Can't This Be Love" is a good example of a time period where the 12" extended mix had become almost ubiquitous - even hard rock acts, a cultural universe removed from the disco scene whence the 12" single originated - acts such as Van Halen as AC/DC seemed to feel the need to put out extended mixes of their songs by 1985 and 1986. Like every other movement in popular music, the 12" remix had become appropriated and legitimated and had the life blood sucked out of it by the record industry. The extended mix of Why Can't This Be Love is a good example of totally defeating the purpose. The idea of the 12" single was to provide an extended dance track for disco songs which could be played in clubs for the extended pleasure of disco dancers and beatmixed to provide a seamless disco groove. At around 57 seconds longer than the 7" version, this one is at least still discernible as one (unlike the extended version of the follow up single Dreams which is listed at 13 seconds longer than the 7" version; the difference in playing times only apparently being due to the chronographers starting and stopping their clocks at different points). Notwithstanding, this extended mix lacks any creativity or interest whatsoever - just about the only thing that happens is that the instrumental break is repeated, in exactly the same way that it was played the first time. It adds absolutely nothing to the song in terms of making it more interesting or danceable, but then I'm pretty sure that any self-respecting inner city disco or nightclub wouldn't have touched it with a 40 ft. pole in the first place. And I doubt any real Van Halen fan would have touched a 12" disco single with a 40 ft. pole either, so you have to wonder - what was the point of all these "useless" extended mixes? I mean, there was even an extended version of Pete Cetera's "Glory of Love"; a soppy ballad about as danceable as drinking strichnine is delicious. It's a good question though, as 12" singles (and 7" singles too) were generally loss-leaders by 1985/86, they weren't making any money, so if they weren't going to be played in any nightclub, pretty much no one, except fans of the format or the artist was going to be shelling out twice the price for the 12" single, especially when the remix was as dull as this one. It was overkill and excess, and by the end of the 80s the 12" would quickly fall from glory and fade back to the disco, whence it first came.
Kikora
The "12 '' mix" or "Extended version" like some full length album versions (Queens - Bohemian Rhapsody) which some might call "epic versions" because of their length were for "the fans" and "top 40 dj's" and not primarily for ( DISCOs !!!),it was for Fans and Collectors who wanted/or enjoyed more of a good thing,some rock mixes were more or less advertised as extended or mixed but others were not and were just plain rip offs,i personally loved the idea when a "rock or metal" song gets the 12 "Extended Version/Mix" treatment and adds something different or gives me more of what i like with a different spin AND NO I'M NOT LOOKING FOR A BEE-GEES disco REMAKE ON A METAL/ROCK 12''INCH OR AN ACID CLUB/HOUSE VERSION not the real reason for it or the real reason i want to buy it..but...love the idea of a 12" mix and love collecting them back when.. Must say that i'm very disappointed that "bon jovi" or early "van halen" didn't try something different with an "Extended 12" inch" of their hits in creating maybe a 6:45 version of "jump" or "living on a prayer" which would of been interesting for the true fan and collector, Some personal Favourite Hard Rock/Rock/Metal 12" inch Extended Mixes.... .The Cult - Fire Woman - Rock & l.a Mix .Aerosmith - Ragdoll .U2 - Desire .Aerosmith- The Other Side .The Cult - Love Removal Machine .Ratt - Loving You Is A Dirty Job .The Kill City Dragons - I Don't Want Anything From You .Richard Marx - Don't Mean Nothing .Judas Priest - Turbo Lover .Status Quo - In The Army Now .Motorhead - Ace Of Spades .Heart - What About Love .Heart - Nothing At All .Def Leppard - Pour Some Sugar On Me .Wolfmother - Woman .Def leppard - Armegeddon It .AC/DC - Who Made Who