Van Halen fans have early access to a couple more minutes from the band's new Tokyo Dome Live in Concert LP, courtesy of a freshly posted preview stream of the album's version of "Pretty Woman."

This new sample arrives shortly after the group debuted a preview of the Tokyo Dome rendition of "I'm the One," and joins a small crowd of pre-release teasers that also includes peeks at "Unchained," "Panama" and "Runnin' With the Devil."

As previously reported, Tokyo Dome Live in Concert was recorded during the June 21, 2013, stop on Van Halen's tour in support of A Different Kind of Truth, the band's first studio album with original lead singer David Lee Roth since 1984. Collecting 23 tracks over two discs, it covers the seven-LP span of Roth's tenure with the group.

Tokyo Dome's release arrives at the forefront of some major Van Halen activity in 2015, including a new reissue campaign that's set to send remastered versions of Van Halen, Van Halen II, Diver Down, Fair Warning, Women and Children First and 1984 back to stores while the group returns to the road for an ambitious tour.

Starting July 5 in Seattle, Van Halen plan to headline more than three dozen shows across the U.S., a trek that will keep them traveling until the tour wraps up Oct. 2 in Los Angeles. They've also booked a pair of rare TV performances, agreeing to take the stage for the March 30 taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live! and the April 2 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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