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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FRCD 509
|1. ||Steal Your Heart Away |
|2. ||All Out of Luck |
|3. ||Love Will Set You Free |
|4. ||Easier Said Than Done |
|5. ||Tell Me How |
|6. ||I Need You (Shine a Light) |
|7. ||One of These Days |
|8. ||Love and Treat Me Right |
|9. ||Dogs in the Street |
|10. ||Fare Thee Well |
|11. ||Whipping Boy Blues |
|12. ||My Evil Ways |
|13. ||Forevermore |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: April 3, 2011 at 8:18|
|Hummm, though call this one. I listended to it for 3 straight weeks now, and I've got to say that it's great, but I liked "Good to be bad" a little more...but that's just my taste. That said, it's classic Whitesnake, and there's nothing new to say about it. David's voice sounds better here. Best rockers: "Tell me how", "All out of luck", best ballads "Easier said than done", "I Need you (shine a light", "Fare thee well". A special mention to the title track: OMG, what an amazing Zeppelinesque piece of music, THE magic moment! Awesome guitar work by Reb and Doug, awesome drumming. Thanks again David.
|From: the rocker
||Date: April 4, 2011 at 19:36|
|After hearing GOOD TO BE BAD, I did not think they could do any better.I was wrong, this cd is great.I know it is very early in the year, but I can see this contending for cd of the year.
||Date: April 6, 2011 at 0:30|
|this new release is great and really rocks! these bands must live forever! thank you guys! up the 'snake!
||Date: April 12, 2011 at 10:54|
|Much like their last critically-acclaimed effort, "Good to be Bad," this new CD quite capably straddles the line between the blues-based hard rock of Whitesnake's beginnings and the commercial gloss of their late '80s output. In other words, the 'Snake may have shed its skin, but what has slithered out looks remarkably similar to what came before. Coverdale and company have been around forever, in one incarnation or the other, so fans pretty much know what to expect by now.
||Date: May 18, 2011 at 16:09|
|IMO, not at the level of the phenomenal "Good to be Bad" but still worth a listen. Coverdale's voice has gotten rougher with age. The guitar duo of Aldrich and Beach is awesome!
|From: hair metal again
||Date: May 26, 2011 at 1:41|
|fantastic release by the WHITESNAKE ,it seems they have always the way to stay on top of hard rock music!the sound is similar to their previous one and the songwriting in the same high level.all the songs are remarkable and especially "easier said than done","tell me how","love will set you free" and "forevermore".every spin you ll give it ,it will grow more n more, forevermore
||Date: June 4, 2011 at 12:08|
|Great album! visca Barça!
||Date: June 7, 2011 at 13:52|
| ROCKLAHOMA R.I.P. What happened to this once great festival? People use to make the pilgrimage from all over the world, then starting in 2010 it became a shadow of it's former glory. I wonder what the promoters are thinking? The crowds on youtube look considerable smaller than a couple years ago. I know the economy plays a role but there wasn't much buzz on this year's festival ending Memorial Day weekend. To a lot of us red blooded rockers 80's style and modern/nu-rock mix like oil and water. Why try to blend 2 genres and think it's going to be double the draw(money)? The band 'Seether' actually did a Nirvana song(on youtube). That's sac-rock-religious, as that's the band that lead to the death knell of the 80's music scene. IMO this festival died after 2009. Besides a hand full of bands on the Retrospect stages and the headliners Whitesnake,Crue there wasn't much to see IMO. Sebastian Back goes on before 'Staind' who headlined the Saturday Night slot? http://www.rocklahoma.com/
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 7, 2011 at 14:49|
|Yeah man, off-topic but I hear ya. Attendance at the first Rocklahoma was 110,000, if I recall. THis year it was 35,000, big drop (although I'm not sure what it was in the intervening years). I think 2009 wasn't a good year (with the economy, a weak lineup, and jacking the prices up on everything) and that scared them and they cut and ran from the original idea. But then, once they had so much success with it, lots of similar, but smaller festivals started popping up. This year and last year, all Rocklahoma needed was a crappy Clear Channel radio station with a name like "The Buzz," "The Edge" or "The Planet" to promote it. I sure as hell wouldn't drive to Oklahoma to sit in the sun and watch Saving Abel.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 17, 2011 at 15:13|
|Great solid album!!!...they will be in my country(Venezuela) next September 25th,2011 as a support act to Judas Priest...songs such as "Whipping Boy Blues","Steal Your Heart Away","My Evil Ways" and so on will put a in your face of happiness!!!..in general lines all the songs of the album are killer ones...95/100
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: June 18, 2011 at 3:37|
|Great Hard Rock album, Possibly the best Hard Rock album to date IMO "Steal Your Heart Away, Love Will Set You Free, Easier Said Than Done (Fav Song), Tell Me How, One of These Days, Love and Treat Me Right, Dogs in the Street, Whipping Boy Blues & My Evil Ways" best tracks, totally agree with the rating of my friend Rick (best wishes mate) 95/100.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 18, 2011 at 13:42|
|Hey Rafo!!!..glad you're back on track!!! ...cheers mate!!!
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: June 18, 2011 at 16:24|
| Thanks mate! all the best for you!
|From: Metal T
||Date: June 22, 2011 at 21:05|
|For David to come back and sound this strong after tweaking his voice and almost doing serious damage to his v-chords on the Priest' tour really says something--pro! Alot of groove,great guitarwork and well crafted tunes.Quality Whitesnake per usual.
||Date: April 20, 2013 at 9:51|
|Gran disco de esta fenomenal banda! Y para los ñocos culerdos...¡fruta farsa eoé! ¡hobbit enano cara de marrano!
||Date: January 3, 2014 at 17:01|
|although off topic...some were speaking of the DEATH of Rocklahoma..I too, agree that Rocklahoma is NOT what it WAS anymore. That being said if there are ANY AOR/Melodic Rock fans (which I think I'm in the right place) On October 3-5 in Chicago,IL. there is a 3 day Melodic Rock Fest 4 going to on... if interested check it out at http://www.melodicrockfest.com/ as far as this album it wasn't my favorite but still a good album for my taste.
||Date: January 15, 2014 at 13:06|
|whitesnake never betray his fans.they always plays the same music,a super class hard rock, sometimes tainted blues,sometimes tainted aor.they never had in their very long and very brilliant career,the fashion temptation(grunge,modern or variety ect ect).this record is a classic whitesnake s record.first you can eliminate easely track 7 and 12 (average).the rest is splendid.like always we have a mix of fantastics hard rock songs,some anthems lighty bluesy,a class aor song (track 4)and some beautiful ballads.it s a real pleasure to be a fan of this band cause we never be disapointed.the quality is always at "rendez vous".years after years david coverdale stay one of the best singer of the world.this new record will hooked you like the first time you have listen to this legend.i recommand the japan import cause there is an excellent bonus track a new version of"whipping boy blues".a swamp version who smell southern.a gift for my ears.
||Date: July 18, 2019 at 2:08|
|@aTomiK- There hasn't been a new comment on this site for 3 weeks, so that explains only 3 # ratings. Many of the regulars are dropping like flies in the last decade as I would guess there are 30+ regulars for reviews now. As far as this Whitesnake release being a "MONSTER", that's a little too strong of a word IMO. What would you call the (1987) self-titled album, a 'Mega Monster'? For me as this release is better than the last couple WS albums but they are missing Doug Aldrich on guitar. Coverdale has been having issues with his voice which is understandable at his age (67).That is actually younger that I thought with his history in 70's bands Deep Purple,ect. as he was technically going on middle age when his band broke big in the late 80's.Don Dokken is only a year younger(66). This album has a feel of 1984's "Slide It In" with the exception of "Gonna Be Alright" which has a glimmer of the (1987) S/T. Like my Hardline review , this one is good for today with a dying 80's breed.
||Date: April 24, 2020 at 19:21|
|The title track Forevermore gives goosebumps every time you listen to it, it's that good. Probably one of their best songs ever. For the rest, the album is very much in line with Good to be bad, too much dominance of heavy guitars here which leave too little space for melody and harmony. Easier said than done is the only other likeable track for me here.
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