HDtracks Releases Van Halen in HD Audio

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HDtracks Releases Van Halen in HD Audio


Van-Halen-Studio-Albums-HD-small.jpgHDtracks recently announced Van Halen's Studio Albums 1978-1984, released for the very first time as a 192kHz/24-bit master-quality hi res download.

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This collection features sixty tracks in 96kHz/24-bit and 192kHz/24-bit master-quality high resolution, all transferred from the original EQ production analog tapes.

Included are the multi-platinum-selling albums Van Halen, Van Halen II, Women And Children First, Fair Warning, Diver Down, and 1984.

Notable songs in the collection include the number one hits "Dance the Night Away," "(Oh) Pretty Woman," "Dancing in the Street," "Jump," "I'll Wait," "Panama," "Hot for Teacher" and more.

Find all the music on the HDtracks website.
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