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Van Halen Releasing Exclusive Single to Independent Record Shops

'She's the Woman' 7-inch will be given away with copies of the band's new album

April 26, 2012 8:45 AM ET
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David Lee Roth performs with Van Halen at Madison Square Garden in New York.
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Van Halen will give away a limited-edition vinyl single of their song "She's the Woman" with copies of the new album A Different Kind of Truth on May 4th, Ultimate Classic Rock reports. The 7-inch will only be available at participating independent retailers, much in the same way that other acts release Record Store Day exclusives.

As of yet, there is no word on whether or not the single will feature a new or previously unreleased track on the B-side. The vinyl single will be given away with the album whether it is purchased as a CD or as an LP.

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