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Van Halen "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge" 24th Anniversary

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Published on Jun 18, 2015

On the 24th anniversary of the release of the Van Halen album "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge", Sammy takes you back to 1990 and 1991 when it was being written, recorded, and released and what was going on in his personal life, how songs like "Right Now" came together, and the goose bumps shared with producer/engineer Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin, Cream, Rolling Stones, etc) during recording of the song "Poundcake".

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Sammy Hagar
Sammy Hagar2 years agoHighlighted comment
On the 24th anniversary of the release of the Van Halen album "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge", Sammy takes you back to 1990 and 1991 when it was being written, recorded, and released and what was going on in his personal life, how songs like "Right Now" came together, and the goose bumps shared with producer/engineer Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin, Cream, Rolling Stones, etc) during recording of the song "Poundcake".
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Nicholas Cabral
I felt like Marching To Mars was the Fuck Van Halen album lol
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Operation Agatha
I love Sammy! Him and Mike are great guys! Too bad Eddie's got his head up his ass and Alex enables his insecure ass!
GmanMusicProductions
To celebrate the 25th...Van Halen reunites with Sammy and Mike!
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Elder Toledo da Silva
"THE DREAM IS OVER" is my favourite
John Morris
The second album I bought when I was first getting into popular music as a kid. This album is in my musical DNA. I was playing drums on a different song last weekend, and unconsciously started playing the beat to "Poundcake"
Tim Fricke
I absolutely love this album! I remember when it came out. I was in the Air Force Stationed at McGuire AFB, NJ. By buddy was a "Load Master" on a C-141 and was deployed at the time in support for "Desert Storm". We both were awaiting the release of this album, but he wouldn't be able to hear it until he got back from deployment. So, I got to go out and get it first. I was really blown away, just as I was when I first heard 5150 when I was a senior in High School! I was like, "Now this is what Van Halen is suppose to be"! My buddy and I are both musicians and we'd write and record music when ever we had time. Van Halen at that time played a huge role in the "Inspiration" department when it came to writing songs. For me at least. I want to thank you for the inspiration and all the great memories I have when I listen to those Van Halen records/CD's. As weird as it may sound, my life would be different had you not been in Van Halen. Because you have been a divine influence directly and immediately exerted upon my mind and soul. "Inspiration"! Thank You!
Chris J
Its hard to believe that Sammy was almost in his mid 40's when that album was released. Its even harder for me to believe that Sammy is 67 or 68 now. All the guys I grew up with are getting old. Age is a brutal, brutal mistress!
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erich84502ify
Summer Nights was a great song in 86
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Bre Morrissey
I freakin love you sammy. Your so inspirational and just awesome.

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