No Brown M&Ms - Van Halen Contract Rider

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 5 years ago in Entertainment

Brown M&Ms from Van Halen on Vimeo.


David Lee Roth explains the reasons behind the "no brown M&Ms" clause in Van Halen"s performance contracts.
There are 18 comments:
Female 3,562
Awesome. I`d like to see what a half a million dollars worth of dressing room damage could possibly be.
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Male 1,461
Makes sense, really.
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Male 759
I don`t want to watch the clip.
Is it because they`re white supremacists?
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Male 2,988
that was fun. cool story
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Male 5,811
Meh. Knew this already. Still bored.
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Male 550
WOW, must watch in full length.
GREAT
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Female 80
exactly what houtext said... ive seen plenty of weird riders with my own eyes. some dont make sense... but to be safe, do it, or call and ask.
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Male 61
@edana42: In many cases, it wasn`t the point. It was simply there to make sure the promoter did the job by reading *everything*. They`d fix it, and go on with the show, as it were. `Ceptin in the rubber floor thing, that promoter got hosed directly for that.
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Male 3,631
Wow - one of the best videos I`ve seen on here in a long time actually - enjoyed!
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Male 25,416
interesting
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Male 55
i could listen to him talk all day...
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Female 4,440
clever. and interesting.
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Female 2,509
wow, damn good thinking.......so did they ever collect the cash when there were brown m&ms?
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Male 3,477
When did Doctor Rockso sober up?
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Male 86
Brilliant!
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Male 2,694
Read Dave`s autobiography. That story and more are all in there. Great read about one of rock`s great personalities.
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Male 3,445
I`ve heard this explanation somewhere else before. Amazing how he still manages to make himself sound like a douche even as he tries to explain it.
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Female 8,043
Link: No Brown M&Ms - Van Halen Contract Rider [Rate Link] - David Lee Roth explains the reasons behind the `no brown M&Ms` clause in Van Halen`s performance contracts.
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