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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 069 493 402-2
|1.||Here I Go Again Radio Version|
|2.||Slide It In|
|3.||Slow An' Easy|
|4.||Love Ain't No Stranger|
|5.||All or Nothing|
|7.||Guilty of Love|
|8.||Hungry for Love|
|9.||Give Me More Time|
|10.||Spit It Out|
|11.||Standing in the Shadow|
|12.||Crying in the Rain|
|14.||Still of the Night|
|15.||Here I Go Again|
|16.||Give Me All Your Love|
|17.||Is This Love|
|18.||Children of the Night|
|19.||Straight for the Heart|
|20.||Don't Turn Away|
|21.||You're Gonna Break My Heart Again|
|22.||Looking for Love|
|23.||Give Me All Your Love Single Version|
|24.||Need Your Love So Bad|
|25.||Slip of the Tongue|
|26.||Cheap An' Nasty|
|27.||Fool for Your Loving|
|28.||Now You're Gone|
|29.||Kittens Got Claws|
|30.||Wings of the Storm|
|31.||The Deeper the Love|
|33.||Slow Poke Music|
|35.||Sweet Lady Luck|
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|From: TIM (2)||Date: October 19, 2004 at 6:24|
|I've seen this band 7 or 8 times in my life, but the latest incarnation of the band that I saw live last week is incredible. With Aldridge and Mendoza providing the best rhythm section imaginable (the former's drum solo takes some beating), Tim Drury on keys and Reb Beach and particularly Doug Aldrich unbelievable on guitars. Technically these guys are in a different league to most acts (particularly openers the Quireboys), and just for the solo performances this band has to be seen.|
|From: Propane||Date: December 1, 2004 at 21:59|
|I can't rate this because I haven't heard it. I just wanted to second what Tim said. I also saw them recently and had to find all Aldrich discs, so I could get caught up. Coverdale's voice has been well taken care of. He hasn't lost it one bit. Reb, Marco, Aldridge; Stellar to say the very least. If this line-up puts forth a new album we're in for another round of in your face excellence. Fantastic musicianship to be had here. Mothers, lock up your now adult daughters.|
|From: Brian||Date: December 14, 2004 at 11:39|
|I dislike the way Whitesanke, and many other bands, make money off the public more than once for the same product, i.e. the release, re-release, and then re-re-release of the same songs. How many greatest hits albums does a band need to release? Even if the record companies are at the helm of these decisions to milk fans, the bands are still to blame because they have to give permission - and they (the bands) profit, too, don't they? What's the difference between the greatest hits albums of the|
|From: aMetalhead1966||Date: March 10, 2006 at 13:11|
|This is not a greatest hits package,it's actually Slide it in,S/T, and Slip of the Tongue all together plus a few rare/b-sides and outtakes.Having just seen the new Live DVD,I can tell you that the band is of the fuckin hook.They are tighter than a frog's butt. Doug Aldrich is simply amazing...better than he was on the live Dio DVD. He is so ON that it is something to behold...In fact the Whole Band is amazing!!!David's Voice is Killer....This Release...10/10!!!|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: January 22, 2013 at 12:48|
|remarkable compilation.the best best of about whitesnake.the more complete and interesting.whitesnake is one of the best hard rock band of the history.their repertoire is simply impressive.super class melodic hard rock.no japan import for this extraordinary greatest hits.|
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