|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|
Many of the guitar parts were written through the night by a troubled Edward Van Halen who was finding it hard to spend time with the band's hyperactive frontman. The sheer depth of emotion hurls itself from the guitar throughout the album.
Dispite the division that was creeping in, the song writing partnership between the singer and guitarist was second to none. In all of Van Halen's first six albums this is is never more apparrent than in 'Unchained' and 'Mean Street', two songs that 20 years on have never been bettered.
Fair Warning represents what heavy metal should have been. Indeed, several lesser bands spent most of the 80s trying (and failing miserably) to sound like this.
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