David Lee Roth Skyscraper Steve Vai 12" Vinyl LP Album

Skyscraper is the second full-length album by David Lee Roth (of Van Halen), released in 1988.

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Collector's info: 

This album includes the original custom inner sleeve with album details, complete lyrics of all songs by David Lee Roth. 

 

Music Genre:

 
Hard Rock Music

Album Production:

 
Produced by David Lee Roth and Steve Vai

Record Label Information:

 
Red Warner Bros (WB) Records 925 671 WX 140

Media Format:

 
12" Vinyl LP Gramophone

Year & Country:

 
1988 Manufactured in Germany

Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: Skyscraper

    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • David Lee Roth - vocals
  • Steve Vai - guitar, horn (alto)
  • Billy Sheehan - bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Gregg Bissonette - drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • John Batdorf - backing vocals
  • Gary Falcone - backing vocals
  • Tommy Funderburk - backing vocals
  • Tom Kelly - backing vocals
  • Joe Pizzulo - backing vocals
  • Dr. Funk PhD - bass guitar
  • Brett Tuggle - keyboards, programming, backing vocals
  • Todd Grace - programming, keyboard programming
  • Richie Raposa - programming, keyboard programming

Track Listing of: David Lee Roth Skyscraper

    Side One:
  1. Knucklebones
  2. Just Like Paradise
  3. The Bottom Line
  4. Skyscraper
  5. Damn Good
    Side Two:
  1. Hot Dog and a Shake
  2. Stand Up
  3. Hina
  4. Perfect Timing
  5. Two Fools a Minute

 

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DAVID LEE ROTH - Skyscraper with Steve Vai 12" Vinyl LP Album custom inner sleeve

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DAVID LEE ROTH - Skyscraper with Steve Vai 12" Vinyl LP Album custom inner sleeve

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"Skyscraper" Record Label Details: Red Warner Bros (WB) Records 925 671 WX 140

"Skyscraper" Record Label Details: Red Warner Bros (WB) Records 925 671 WX 140

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David Lee Roth Biography:

  David Lee Roth is an American musician, songwriter, and actor who gained fame as the lead vocalist of the rock band Van Halen. He was born in 1954, in Bloomington, Indiana, and was raised in Pasadena, California. Roth's career in music spans more than four decades, during which he has made a significant impact on the world of rock music.

 Roth's early life was marked by an interest in music, and he started playing the guitar at a young age. He formed his first band, Red Ball Jets, while in high school, and later attended Pasadena City College to study music. In the mid-1970s, Roth joined the rock band Van Halen, which had been formed by brothers Eddie and Alex Van Halen.

 With Roth as the lead vocalist, Van Halen achieved great success, releasing a string of hit albums in the 1970s and 1980s, including "Van Halen," "Van Halen II," "Women and Children First," "Fair Warning," and "1984." The band's sound was marked by Eddie Van Halen's virtuosic guitar playing and Roth's energetic, flamboyant stage presence.

 Roth's performance style was characterized by his acrobatic jumps, splits, and high kicks, which became his trademark moves. He was also known for his humorous banter with the audience and his bandmates, often improvising comedic monologues during live performances.

 In addition to his work with Van Halen, Roth has also had a successful solo career, releasing a number of albums, including "Eat 'Em and Smile" and "Skyscraper." His solo work has been marked by a shift towards a more pop-oriented sound, with songs like "Just Like Paradise" and "California Girls" becoming radio hits.

 Roth has also dabbled in acting, appearing in films like "Crazy from the Heart" and "Sacred Sin." He has hosted his own radio show, "The Roth Show," and has also worked as a radio personality in various cities across the United States.

 Despite his successes, Roth has also experienced his fair share of controversies. He has been involved in numerous feuds with his former bandmates in Van Halen, particularly with Eddie Van Halen. In addition, Roth has been criticized for his sometimes sexist and crude behavior, including making derogatory comments about women during interviews.