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Balance album for sale by Van Halen was released Jan 24, 1995 on the Warner Bros. label. "The Seventh Seal" was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance. Balance CD music What happens when rowdy rockers get older? Hopefully, if they're like Eddie, Sammy and the boys, they can achieve a BALANCE between the fire from their youth and the more serious demands of maturing rock stars. The struggle for BALANCE is apparent in songs about strained relationships, drugs and greed. Balance CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Very good cd.|
Overall, I really liked this album. Maybe not their best, but CERTAINLY not their worst. Unlike most others, I do like 'Big Fat Money' though. One of my favorites, in fact, on the album.
By Sethro Tull (UTAH)
|This just great..!|
Ok folks,I'been listning to VH stuff since 82 this album complete the circle of the band. Even today my friends says that this is the best album ever made by them.I think it's more mature. There are some songs on the album with piano that sounds great..,and we all know that Edward can play the guitar. ;) royb 5150.norway
By royb_5150 (Oslo, Norway)
||Always the Best|
Its just amazing off it all. Always in the top, another master piece. I recommend.
By andre_750r (DF, Brazil)
||exactly what u expect from van halen great music|
This cd is great,as always van halen has ripping guitars in the song don't tell me what love can do but also has soft melody of not enough and of course can't stop loving u,al in all a great cd for any van halen fan.
By wolf23_1965 (guelph ont. can.)
||Good, not Great|
This album has some killer tunes, but too many of them fall short. Amsterdam, Big Fat Money, and Feelin' at least after the second chorus, where the double-timed killer solo kick in, are all great. Not Enough is the best VH ballad of all time, and Don't Tell Me is good, as well as Take Me Back, but that's it for the good stuff. Seventh Seal could have been good, but not heavy enough. The tones were heavy, but the playing was too laid back. Can't Stop Lovin' You blows plain and simple-an all acoustic pop song. Hate it. Aftershock could have been great, and indeed, the intro leads one to believe that it will be, but then it turns into a mid-tempo formula rock song, not overly heavy, or catchy. There are three instrumentals, but only Balichurethium is any good, but it's too slow to be great. All in all, it's a good album, better than Diver Down (I'd give this 3 and a half if I could), but otherwise their worst to date.
By Jon (Utah, USA)
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