For the last three decades, Van Halen has been pretty much one big beef. Despite the band’s declaration Women And Children First, David Lee Roth was the first to jump ship, sick of guitarist Eddie Van Halen’s drug addiction and dissatisfied with the band’s musical direction (he later called it “morose”). The band enlisted Sammy Hagar as its new frontman but after a decade he was out as well, with Van Halen claiming he quit and Hagar that he was fired. Roth briefly rejoined but offended Eddie by joking about his hip replacement surgery at the 1996 MTV VMAs. In 2004, Hagar returned for three new songs and a tour, which was a fiasco, with Eddie so drunk it affected his playing at some shows. In 2007, Roth finally rejoined for a tour that omitted bassist Michael Anthony, who had alienated Eddie with misbehaviors such as using the band’s name in promoting his signature hot sauce. When the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame that year, Hagar and Anthony were the only members who showed up.