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|1. The Seventh Seal|
|2. Can't Stop Lovin' You|
|3. Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)|
|5. Big Fat Money|
|6. Strung Out|
|7. Not Enough|
|9. Doin' TIme|
|11. Take Me Back (Deja Vu)|
Import pressing of their 1995 album. Out of print in the US. Warner.
No numeric or anagrammatic puns in the title of album #11, a sure sign that a new chapter is opening for these monsters of '80s rock. The band's formula has been polished to a blinding gleam here by producer Bruce Fairbairn, and there's a formidable mix of radio cuts (the first single "Don't Tell Me," "Can't Stop Lovin' You"), boneheaded rawk numbers ("Amsterdam," "Big Fat Money") and towering, cinematic epics ("The Seventh Seal," "Feelin'"). --Jeff Bateman
my favorite van halen album with Sammy hagar. i listen to this all the time, it's getting to the point my kids can sing the lyrics.Published 17 months ago by Roger Nadeau
Can't Stop Lovin' You is the best song from the album because it is classic Van Halen. One of the best love songs on the album.
Not Enough is another personal favorite. Read more
This is an example of REAL musicians writing excellent pop songs. Songs like "Take Me Back(Deja Vu)", "Amsterdam", "Can't Stop Loving You", "Not... Read morePublished on March 19 2004 by Harrison Marcano
on this album. I think the frustration and fighting was starting to take its toll and it shows. The album is good but doesn't really take an identity.Published on Oct. 6 2003 by Robert Kado
While it contains its fair share of great songs in the Van Halen vein, the last album featuring Sammy Hagar isn't a classic affair. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2003 by Kurt Lennon
After hearing For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge i was convenced van halen couldn't get any better! .....and as it turned out i was right. Read morePublished on Aug. 6 2003 by Alex
This truly is one of thee best in Van Halen's history.
It obviously shows that the bands songwriting,music and
beautiful ballads have really matured into a melodic hard... Read more
This album is quite possibly Hagar's best since 5150, there are many rockers such as the title track and the silly but brilliant Amsterdam. Read morePublished on June 13 2003 by Dennis