Eddie Van Halen’s wizardry with a guitar in-hand helped define the 1980s metal genre with early albums like Van Halen and Van Halen II, and performances like his solo on“Eruption.” However, once the younger Van Halen brother began to dabble with the synthesizer, the David Lee Roth-fronted edition of the band found renewed popularity with their sixth studio album 1984—scoring three synth-laden hit singles,“Jump,”“I’ll Wait,” and“Panama,” as well as the guitar and double-bass drum heavy“Hot for Teacher.”
Featuring a cigarette-wielding cherub on the cover, 1984’s album cover was painted by Margo Nahas. With her husband, Jay Vigon, Nahas helped to create some of the decade’s most recognizable album art, including the cover of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, as well as the iconic logo for Prince’s 1984 film and album Purple Rain.
Stylized Text: Van Halen, 1984
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