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Music Video: Hot for Teacher

Artisit: Van Halen

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1984
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:34

  • Copyright: Van Halen

Music Video For Hot for Teacher By Artist Van Halen

Reviews For Hot for Teacher By Artist Van Halen

  • This is music,not sh!!!!!t like today

    By twistedchic
    I saw these guys in concert and it was 1984!! I remember buying all their albums for 99 cents when you belonged to a record club back then. I don't know how many remember those days,but i will never forget. David Lee was all over my bedroom on the walls and we thought he was god! Music not like today and makes me very sad(::::::::
  • Rock and Roth...

    By MARCOLA1972
    Van Halen was always better with Roth!!
  • The Greatest Good time, High Kickin', Kiss Stealin', Guitar Screamin' Band EVER!!!

    By J. Ford Getty
    Music was meant to be fun, enjoyed and played and not worked through engineers and produced to death. Here is the Mighty Van Halen at their peak. Crank it up and play the **** out of it!!!
  • Hot For Teacher

    By GMan1699
    Raw, Rockin and Classic!
  • Finally !!!

    By D.K.G.
    Thank you !!!!!!!
  • Great Video

    By rockytopron
    In fact, maybe the greatest video ever made.
  • Van Halen rocks!

    By Chloe Carr
    Great video! Now you need to put on Oh, pretty woman music video!
  • hot for teacher

    By 99vett
    one of the best ever !!!!

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