Never say never, back in 1996 when VH reunited with Lee Roth the first time, it didn´t last long before the brothers had it up to here with the former VH frontman´s ego and the only songs the fans got from that short reunion were "Me wise magic" and "Can´t get this stuff no more" on the Best of Vol.1. But when they got back together in 2007 for a reunion tour, things looked a lot brighter between VH and Lee Roth so now the fans could begin to hope for a new studio album too. And here it is, "A different kind of truth" is the first album to feature Lee Roth since 1984 and the first studio album from VH in 12 years, it is also the first album not to include Michael Anthony on bass. This album contains reworked songs from 1976-1977 with a few exceptions just bring to out that old classic VH sound, and it truly sounds like an old VH record with loud guitars and upbeat rockers all over the place. This is big rock my friends, I had my doubts about recording a new album without Anthony´s backing vocals and I do miss him in the band but the music works, it surely deserves it´s spot at #2 on the Billboard album charts. Now, can we just ask for a new album with "new" songs the next time?