Van Halen recently shared a remastered version of “It’s About Time” from his upcoming Box Set, The Collection II.
“It’s About Time,” along with “Up For Breakfast” and “Learning To See,” were recorded during the band’s temporary reunion with singer Sammy Hagar in 2004. All three debuted that year on Van Halen’s second greatest hits collection, The Best of Both Worlds.
Van Halen will release a new boxed set this fall spotlighting the band’s second incarnation, with Hagar, guitarist Eddie Van Halen, drummer Alex Van Halen, and bassist Michael Anthony. The upcoming set includes newly remastered versions of four multi-platinum studio albums, along with a selection of rarities recorded between 1989 and 2004.
The Collection II will be available on October 6 on 5 LPs for $124.98 and 5 CDs for $49.98. Both versions are available to pre order at https://vh.lnk.to/TheCollectionII. All the music in the set was mastered directly from the original master tapes, a process overseen by the band’s longtime engineer, Donn Landee.
The new set is the long-awaited sequel to The Collection, a compilation released in 2015 that focused on the six studio albums recorded by the band’s original line-up.
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