Van Halen - Balance mp3 album
Balance is the tenth studio album by American hard rock band Van Halen, released on January 24, 1995 by Warner Bros. The album is the last of the band's four studio releases to feature Sammy Hagar as the lead singer. Balance reached number 1 on the . Billboard 200 in February 1995 and reached Triple Platinum status on May 12, 2004 by selling more than three million copies in the . The Seventh Seal" was nominated for a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance.
Balance is Van Halen’s fourth and final album with vocalist Sammy Hagar. Released January 24th, 1995, Balance became Van Halen’s fourth consecutive number 1 studio album. It quickly went double platinum- just two months after it’s release-proving that this hard rock outfit could do just fine, thank you, during the new grunge era. It was later certified triple platinum, in 2004
Balance tries to open up the Van Hagar formula somewhat. Eddie Van Halen sincerely attempts to improve the group musically, by adding more subtle and assured ballads and more fearless rockers.
Download the album Van Halen - Balance (1995) for free! Download all the songs on the album in one zipped file, compatible with mobile and desktop. Balance is the tenth studio album by American hard rock band Van Halen, released on January 24, 1995 by Warner Bros. The album is the last of the band’s four studio releases to feature Sammy Hagar as the lead singer. The Seventh Seal was nominated for a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance. Van Halen is an American hard rock band formed in Pasadena, California, in 1972. From 1974 until 1985, the band.
Drums, Percussion – Alex Van Halen. Engineer – Erwin Musper. Engineer – Mike Plotnikoff. Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Edward Van Halen. Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Sammy Hagar. Mastered By – George Marino. Balance (LP, Album). Records, Warner Bros.
Van Halen released 'Balance,' the last album of the Van Hagar era, on Jan. 24, 1995. That's how Eddie Van Halen described the feeling of getting his band's ball rolling on their 10th studio LP. Under ordinary circumstances, that quote might have sounded like false modesty from a guitar god, but when Balance arrived in record stores on Jan. 24, 1995, it did seem a little like Van Halen were starting over. Since they'd last surfaced with For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge in 1991, the sound of mainstream rock radio had changed a great deal. Not that they'd admit to caring about trends.
|A1||The Seventh Seal||5:18|
|A2||Don't Tell Me||5:56|
|B1||Can't Stop Lovin' You||4:08|
|B2||Big Fat Money||3:58|
|B7||Take Me Back (Deja Vu)||4:43|
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|M936245760-2||Van Halen||Balance (CD, Album)||Wea Music||M936245760-2||Brazil||1995|
|24 57604||Van Halen||Balance (Cass, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||24 57604||Canada||1995|
|SCC 724||Van Halen||Balance (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Satin Crown||SCC 724||Poland||Unknown|
|092||Van Halen||Balance (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Audio Max||092||Poland||Unknown|