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|1. Mean Street|
|2. 'Dirty Movies'|
|3. Sinner's Swing!|
|4. Hear About It Later|
|6. Push Comes To Shove|
|7. So This Is Love?|
|8. Sunday Afternoon In The Park|
|9. One Foot Out The Door|
I purchased CD for my husband's birthday present. This is a great album, full of awesome VH songs I never hear on radio.Published 20 months ago by Greta
Van Halen - Fair Warning May 20th, 2007
FAIR WARNING is easily Van Halen’s most decadent, immoral album. FAIR WARNING is a dark, mean album. Read more
this is indeed a classic....and like him it's one i will often find myself listening while driving...
i remember when i saw it first...back in the RECORDS days!!!! Read more
True VH fans know the deal...
Start to finish.
Beats, Bass and Guitars and DLR.
Heavy!!! Energizing!!! Read more
The spring of 1981 saw the release of Van Halen's fourth million-selling album FAIR WARNING. The album title is spoken by frontman David Lee Roth on the first track,MEAN STREET. Read morePublished on June 15 2004 by andy8047
The solos are the most intense of any VH album. "Fair Warning" was when all the stars aligned for Eddie's playing, and the rest of the band follow suit. Read morePublished on May 29 2004 by J.J. Kilroy
Fair Warning (1981.) Van Halen's fourth album.
The transition from the seventies to the eighties killed off several rock bands almost instantly, but fortunately, Van Halen... Read more
This was acually the lowest selling roth era album, but many VH fans say it is by far their favorite. Read morePublished on April 29 2004