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Fair Warning Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued

4.6 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Sept. 19 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B00004Y6O7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews
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1. Mean Street
2. 'Dirty Movies'
3. Sinner's Swing!
4. Hear About It Later
5. Unchained
6. Push Comes To Shove
7. So This Is Love?
8. Sunday Afternoon In The Park
9. One Foot Out The Door

Product Description

The best-selling albums from the greaatest artists on Warner Bros. have never sounded better than on their new Warner Remasters editions. State-of-the-art digitally remastered, each album sounds dramatically superior to its original CD release. In addition, the packaging returns each album to its original artwork and graphics. Certified at 2 million units by the RIAA. (2/01)


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Format: Audio CD
If VH albums were jewels, this one would be the hope diamond. "Mean Street" features Dave's most insightful social commentary. A song about the ghottos of America, whose lyrics such as, "The poor folks play for keeps down here, they're the living dead", are wrought of experience. Listen to the way Eddie's solo bristles with the anger and insanity of the place. Searing is the best way to describe the guitar on, "Dirty Movies". Too great a song to recieve so little airplay. Check out the sustained guitar on the chorus. Unbelievable tone! The more rhythmic second guitar layer sounds like some sci-fi insect transforming itself into full size. Classic VH sleeze about sex, "Come see baby now". What a phat song!
Check out the flanged opening to "Hear About It Later". A great early example of the 80's rock sound. "But I ain't home tonight! Whoahhhhh" - Dave's howl with the sound of the band - like a bomb into the solo. Shred-a-rama. Listen to the last great riff @ 3:45 into the song. Awesome power. The song ends like some olympic gymnist's finnale. The secret to the smokin' sound of "Unchained", are the string slides Ed layers over the main riff. Considering the mediocrity of the breakdown, it's an overrated song, but the main riff is hands down the best EVH riff ever. "Come on Dave, give me a break" - It sounds like he's lighting something on fire. Unique for VH, "Push Comes To Shove", features a swinging reggae beat. Easily the best extended guitar solo of the album, maybe Ed's best ever.
At 31 minutes it's their shortest album, but with such sonic dynamite you won't feel cheated. It's the ultra-concentrated VH album.
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If VH albums were jewels, this one would be the hope diamond. "Mean Street" features Dave's most insightful social commentary. A song about the ghottos of America, whose lyrics such as, "The poor folks play for keeps down here, they're the living dead", are wrought of experience. Listen to the way Eddie's solo bristles with the anger and insanity of the place. Searing is the best way to describe the guitar on, "Dirty Movies". Too great a song to recieve so little airplay. Check out the sustained guitar on the chorus. Unbelievable tone! The more rhythmic second guitar layer sounds like some sci-fi insect transforming itself into full size. Classic VH sleeze about sex, "Come see baby now". What a phat song!
Check out the flanged opening to "Hear About It Later". A great early example of the 80's rock sound. "But I ain't home tonight! Whoahhhhh" - Dave's howl with the sound of the band - like a bomb into the solo. Shred-a-rama. Listen to the last great riff @ 3:45 into the song. Awesome power. The song ends like some olympic gymnist's finnale. The secret to the smokin' sound of "Unchained", are the string slides Ed layers over the main riff. Considering the mediocrity of the breakdown, it's an overrated song, but the main riff is hands down the best EVH riff ever. "Come on Dave, give me a break" - It sounds like he's lighting something on fire. Unique for VH, "Push Comes To Shove", features a swinging reggae beat. Easily the best extended guitar solo of the album, maybe Ed's best ever.
At 31 minutes it's their shortest album, but with such sonic dynamite you won't feel cheated. It's the ultra-concentrated VH album.
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THIS AINT YOUR DADDY'S ROCK AND ROLL! perhaps more than any other HALEN album with possible exception of VH1 this displays the true muscle of this band. Dave was the lion maned mad man who harnessed too good to be true musicmanship of Eddie and crafted the decades best rock! A darker and less poppy album than VH2 but a logical step from WOMEN & CHILDREN. Mean Streets kicks off what is an arrogant nod to the pretenders to the throne. Nobody rules the streets like these guys.., they are the ATOMIC PUNKS! In my opinion this collection defines what so many bands would like to have.., unsurpassed musical skills, songs writing so good that ya dance to lyrics that are dismal as hell, and a singer/vocalist that commands attention and bathes in the glories of being THE ONE! this was the album where dave finally became the equivalent to eddie and one had to stand in awe of this decades tyler/perry & jagger/richard. UNCHAINED was the anthem for this band and what an anthem it was...,
one wonders how a album this good was followed by DIVER DOWN.
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Most people set this sleeper album up near their debut as VH's best album, and for good reason. Eddie Van Halen sounds every bit as good, if not better, than on their first album, however, three previous albums have polished his skill and made his playing more melodic without losing that 'raging demon' edge he had throughout his earliest work. This is the crux, where restrained melody meets unchained excess and pure talent and technique. Eddie wouldn't sound this creative or inventive since VH's latest release, 3. So why only 4 stars? The songs are just not that great, for the most part. Some are fantastic (Unchained, Sinner's Swing, One foot out the Door) but for the most part, Eddie plays fantastic over average songs. The entire album also has a dark nature that made it uncommercial, for the most part. If you like Fair Warning, you'll probably like VH3 as well, as you most likely see VH for their music and not for their songs. And Fair Warning is the musical pinnacle this band attained in it's early days.
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