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AWESOME THING OF THE DAY: David Lee Roth in a Box
March 25, 2012
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All right, this is simultaneously awesome and... just kind of weird: Dave Rogge, a Brooklyn-based Etsy member, has created a new "Roth Scream Box". It runs on a nine-volt battery, and when you press the big trigger button on the top, it plays the isolated vocal tracks of David Lee Roth singing 'Runnin' With the Devil', the first track from Van Halen's debut album.

The exact use that people would put this device to is unclear. But there's got to be the potential for some kind of drinking game in there - or at the very least, it can serve as a great motivator to start your day right. Check out the "Roth Scream Box" in action below:

Van Halen, of course, are currently on tour, and Roth is back with the band. They recently wrapped up a few Canadian shows, but will be back in this country soon:

May 7, Vancouver, B.C., Rogers Arena
May 9, Calgary, Alberta, Scotiabank Saddledome
May 11, Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place
May 13, Winnipeg, Manitoba, MTS Centre

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