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Leuk verhaal, maar deze plaat is beter:

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Ik luister de laatste maanden veel naar een oud Van Halen album... Fair Warning... En Godverdomme wat zit dat album vreselijk lekker strak in elkaar... Dit is misschien toch wel gewoon hun beste album (ondanks dat er bijna geen bekende nummers van de band op staan op het nummer Unchained na denk ik). Op dit album krijg je Van Halen op zijn puurst binnen, draai dit met een paar goeie headphones en je kunt oprecht genieten van David Lee Roth... Op dit album klinkt zijn stem toch echt als de stem van Van Halen. Het geluid op dit hele album is zo uniek en tegelijkertijd zo Van Halen dat het een fucking aanstekelijk album is. Ik blijf 'm telkens opnieuw afspelen nadat ie afgelopen is. Ik waan me oprecht even terug in een ander tijdperk als ik dit album beluister... Hoe meer ik er over na ga denken is dit album misschien wel een van de meest belangrijke uit de soundtrack van mijn leven.... Damn... Zo FUCKING lekker....

VAN HALEN - FAIR WARNING (APRIL 1981)

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Elk nummer, echt ieder nummer op deze LP is BRIL-FUCKING-JANT!

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5. (enige echt bekende nummer van deze plaat)



6. (heerlijk nummer, bijna Rolling Stones-achtig)



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8. (heerlijk met synths)



9. (dit nummer lijkt op een nummer van de band CKY dat decennia later gemaakt is)



Onbeschrijfelijk vet album eigenlijk...

FAIR WARNING - VAN HALEN (APRIL 1981)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Warn ... len_album)
Fair Warning is the fourth studio album by American rock band Van Halen. Released on April 29, 1981, it sold more than two million copies,[3] but was still the band's slowest-selling album of the David Lee Roth era. Despite the album's commercially disappointing sales, Fair Warning was met with mostly positive reviews from critics.[4]

The album was listed by Esquire as one of the 75 Albums Every Man Should Own.[5]

The cover artwork features a detail from The Maze, a painting by Canadian artist William Kurelek which depicts his tortured youth.[6][7]

The album's cover artwork is accompanied by an insert of a black-and-white picture of the band, as well as a view of a ghetto drywall with a wire running across it, cracked windows at the top and a Roth-era Van Halen logo with plaster cracked over the left wing. Also on the wall is a lyric from the album's opening song, "Mean Street".

The Village Voice's Robert Christgau rated Fair Warning a B-, signifying "a competent or mildly interesting record that will usually feature at least three worthwhile cuts." He stated that it featured "not just Eddie's latest sound effects, but a few good jokes along with the mean ones and a rhythm section that can handle punk speed emotionally and technically." He also explained that "at times Eddie could even be said to play an expressive – lyrical? – role. Of course, what he's expressing is hard to say. Technocracy putting a patina on cynicism".[8]

A retrospective review by AllMusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine found the album fairly positive. In the review, he initially stated that "it's a dark, strange beast, partially because it lacks any song as purely fun as the hits from the first three records" and that "whatever the reason, Fair Warning winds up as a dark, dirty, nasty piece of work." He went on to say that "dull it is not and Fair Warning contains some of the fiercest, hardest music that Van Halen ever made. There's little question that Eddie Van Halen won whatever internal skirmishes they had, [...] even with the lack of a single dedicated instrumental showcase". He concluded that "nastiness is the defining characteristic of Fair Warning, which certainly doesn't make it bunches of fun, but it showcases the coiled power of Van Halen better than any other album, which makes it worth visiting on occasion."[4]

The Rolling Stone Album Guide, however, gave the album two-and-a-half stars out of five, stating that "the most significant musical development is the synthesizer introduced at the end of Fair Warning, which would be exploited to greater effect on later albums."

All tracks are written by Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony and David Lee Roth.

Side one

No. Title Length

1. "Mean Street" 4:58
2. "Dirty Movies" 4:08
3. "Sinner's Swing!" 3:09
4. "Hear About It Later" 4:35

Side two

No. Title Length

5. "Unchained" 3:29
6. "Push Comes to Shove" 3:49
7. "So This Is Love?" 3:06
8. "Sunday Afternoon in the Park" 1:59
9. "One Foot Out the Door"


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From a time when freshly produced music still rocked the living shit out of a human being!

God Fucking Damn'it! What the actual fuck has happened to us Humans?

Was it the internet that took our fucking souls like a excavator digging up big heaps of dirt?

Seriously mensen, echt watskebeurt? Yes I know I am 41 en shit, en dat je dan anders naar dingen gaat kijken en that also goes up for the flashback naar tijden van weleer. Nonetheless is er echt wel ergens iets fucking scheef gegaan.

Waren we als mensen as humanity at the peak of civilization in de late 80's and early 90's?

Questions en nog meer vragen en shit....

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr....................................

:911attacks:

Was dat het keerpunt?

The fucking point of no return?

Will we ever be like back in the days? Ik bedoel als humanity?

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I'm a man on a mission...

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They sound kinda drunk... LOL

Maar ik gaf dan ook geen EERLIJKE WAARSCHUWING...
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I'll settle for a TRISM instead, I guess...



Ohw Crumbs!

That darn trism!
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Volgens mij is dit ook gewoon het aller dikste topic van QFF na bijna 10 jaar.... Damn, wat een ride it was my fellow QeFFers... And what an even more epic ride we still have ahead of us and QFF....
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Ik zal nog eens even wat juweeltjes zoeken en hier neer kwakken om dit toch enigszins epische en historische topic weer eens wat 'juice' te injecten...


Starten met deze dan maar:

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