After his first successful run with the mighty Van Halen in 1984, the legendary David Lee Roth embarked on an amazing solo career which yielded him enough gold and platinum records that King Midas would be envious.
Eat ’Em And Smile was a huge success for Roth in 1986, yielding a chart topping rock album as well as ranking up several Top 40 singles with heavy rockers like Goin’ Crazy and Yankee Rose.
Armed with an incredible batch of tunes and his super power trio of legendary shredders Steve Vai (guitars), Billy Sheehan (bass) and Gregg Bissonette (drums), Eat ’Em And Smile went on to become one of this artist’s most enduring and critically acclaimed works.
As we continue to re-release some of the finest music ever from David Lee Roth, Friday Music is very proud to offer for the very first time on 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl, the classic Eat ’Em And Smile.
As a first installment in our exclusive David Lee Roth 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series, this massive limited edition metal masterpiece has been mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso from the original Warner Bros. tapes at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA.
As a special bonus, we are including the original LP artwork in an exclusive gatefold cover, which now shows the rare inner sleeve artwork which hasn’t been available since its original vinyl release years ago. A very collectable cover indeed!
If you are looking for the perfect hard rock LP for the audiophile vinyl domain, your search is over! DLR staples like Yankee Rose and Goin’ Crazy! amazingly jump out of your speakers this time around. Even more deep album tracks like Ladies Nite in Buffalo, Elephant Gun and the stellar blues classic Tobacco Road make this the high quality masterwork that it is.
Friday Music is very excited to offer this incredible album from the David Lee Roth arsenal of legendary rock recordings. The fans have been asking for more, and we are more than happy to oblige. David Lee Roth’s Eat ’Em And Smile… a great new hard rock revisit in the audiophile domain… courtesy of your friends at Friday Music. Rock on!