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Video Hits Volume I

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Video Hits Volume I

Video Hits Volume I is a collection of various Van Halen video hits. The DVD version has the same videos as the VHS but also includes the video for "Without You" (Van Halen III). Some songs ("Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)", "Humans Being" and "Without You") are the edited/single versions and not the unedited/album versions. Quite a few of the group's earliest videos are absent as well ("Runnin' with the Devil, "You Really Got Me" and "(Oh) Pretty Woman)".

Track listing

  1. "Jump"
  2. "Panama"
  3. "Hot for Teacher"
  4. "When It's Love"
  5. "Finish What Ya Started"
  6. "Poundcake"
  7. "Runaround"
  8. "Right Now"
  9. "Dreams"
  10. "Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)"
  11. "Can't Stop Lovin' You"
  12. "Not Enough"
  13. "Humans Being"
  14. "Without You"

Excluded music videos

  1. "Runnin' with the Devil"
  2. "You Really Got Me"
  3. "Jamie's Cryin'"
  4. "Dance the Night Away"
  5. "You're No Good"
  6. "Bottoms Up"
  7. "Loss of Control"
  8. "Unchained"
  9. "So This Is Love?"
  10. "Hear About It Later"
  11. "(Oh) Pretty Woman"
  12. "Dreams" (Blue Angels version)
  13. "Why Can't This Be Love"
  14. "Feels So Good"
  15. "Top of the World"
  16. "Amsterdam"
  17. "Fire in the Hole"
  18. "Once"
  19. "Rise"
  20. "Catherine"

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