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Whitesnake are an English rock band, founded in 1977 by David Coverdale (formerly of Deep Purple). The band's early material has been compared by critics to Deep Purple but by the mid 1980s Whitesnake had moved away from the early blues influenced hard rock to a more commercial heavy metal style. Whitesnake was named the 85th greatest hard rock band of all time by ... Read more in Amazon's Whitesnake Store

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  • Audio CD (March 29, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Frontiers Records
  • ASIN: B004K8WJ5M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,854 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
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
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Disc: 2
1. Love Will Set You Free (Music Video)
2. Making of "Love Will Set You Free" Music Video
3. Making Of Forevermore Album

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Special CD/DVD edition includes three bonus audio tracks plus a bonus DVD containing music videos and behind the scenes footage. 2011 release from the Hard Rock/AOR veterans fronted by vocalist David Coverdale. From its earliest Blues-based origins to the overwhelming MTV exposure in the '90s, Whitesnake have captured audiences worldwide with their live shows, incredible songs and Coverdale's signature vocals. Whitesnake have a global career total to date of selling 100+ million records. Forevermore is the band's 11th studio album, and was produced by Coverdale, guitarist Doug Aldrich and Michael McIntyre.

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I recommend this album greatly to anyone who wants a "real album made by a real band with a BIG HEART" !!
Jean-Jacques
It's still very early in 2011 to decide the best albums of the year but I have a feeling this one will end up being in the top releases.
Tommy Skylar
That said, Forevermore is a pretty good late-Whitesnake album, much of it rocks pretty well and Coverdale and the band sound great.
Matthew Schwarz

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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kevin H. Dudley on March 29, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Whitesnake's new album "Forevermore" follows on the heels of the great 2008 release "Good to Be Bad". Whereas that release saw Whitesnake succesfully modernizing their more commercial mid to late 80's sound, "Forevermore" sees David Coverdale and company dipping more back to Whitesnake's more blues driven sound from the late 70's and early 80's but doing so in a way that also sounds forward thinking and not a veteran act/artist trying to revisit past glories.

The only returning players from "Good to be Bad" are (of course) vocalist David Coverdale and guitarists Doug Aldrich & Reb Beach. They had an official keyboard player on the last album in the form of Timothy Drury but he's listed on this release as just an additional musician so he's apparently not with the band officially anymore. Joining the ranks are bass player Michael Devin & drummer Brian Tichy.

The album itself is 13 tracks and runs 61 min. 31 seconds in length. If you get the deluxe edition with the bonus making of DVD, you also get 3 bonus tracks in the form of an alternative mix of Love Will Set You Free, an alternative mix with drum solo of My Evil Ways and a terrific acoustic version of the title track. All of the tracks were co-written by David Coverdale and Doug Aldrich.

Stylistically it's very apparent from the opening track with the cool harmonica in the background that this is going to be a more bluesy affair. David Coverdale also sings much more in his more blues style instead of his rock voice though there is the occasional track or two that will bring to mind the band's more commercial sounding 1987 sound to add variety. He still dips back into more of his more aggressive singing voice when needed.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tom Melnyk on March 29, 2011
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This is a great rock album form beginning to end. I have to agree with the previous reviewers that the production is tremendous. One can crank this up and appreciate what is being played. The dessert of this album is the last song, Forevermore. This song makes my top ten list of greatest Whitesnake songs.
Thank you Mr. Coverdale for continuing to make music like this.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Skylar on April 18, 2011
Format: Audio CD
The first few things I heard earlier this year about this then new and upcoming Whitesnake album weren't giving me a whole lot to be excited about. I read about how this new album would be composed of mostly ballads and how it wasn't all that good. Well I whoever wrote that must not have listened to the same album I did because 1) The album is mostly rockers and there aren't a very big number of ballads and 2) its as good as anything the band has ever put out and more (listen to the samples if you don't believe me). The number of pre-orders in the UK for Forevermore exceeded those of the new Britney Spears album and Classic Rock Magazine has released a "SnakePack" which includes the new album.

From the very first song, "Steal Your Heart Away", you have a good idea of the sound the band is going for with this album. This song is amazing, the great dirty blues sound is very present: the dirty riff, Coverdale's vocals and harmonicas, all rock'n'roll style with the "I Want It All, I Want It Now" chorus attitude make this a killer. I had to repeat it a few times before I could even get to the next track! "All Out of Luck" is a little heavier, an excellent rocker what can I say, nice chorus as well. "Easier Said Than Done" is what I'd call a feel-good ballad, very laid back but it is obviously carried by the guitars and not pianos as is usual. I very much like this ballad; it got me right from the beginning with that cool slow guitar intro. "I Need You (Shine A Light)" is simple and very effective rock, a catchy song. "Tell Me How" is in the same line as the previous song, in which Coverdale asks the eternal question: "How can I win you love?".
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By moz2 on April 29, 2011
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I have been a Whitesnake fan since well....well, you don't really want to know. Anyway, this album rocks! Yeah, some people say it returned to their old form of the late 70's/early 80's and you can definitely hear some of that in this album. However, it's a mixture of old and new and, in my opinion, it works very well. Every song is great. My only complaint would be that there is about 2 or 3 too many ballads. One ballad is good and sometimes even two but there are 4 slow songs on this album. The rest of the tracks all rock like there is no tomorrow!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Gardiner on April 4, 2011
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I am thoroughly impressed with the Snake's new album. I really enjoyed the band's last release "Good to be Bad" and was anxiously awaiting this one as well. What you get is an album that sounds like what could have been released between "Slide it In" and the gazillion selling commercial success "1987" known in the states as simply "Whitesnake." The sound strays a bit from the last release, in that the album seems to be a reach back to Whitesnake's blues based origins. There are fewer fast paced "barn burners" on this album, but almost all the songs just have an infectious heavy blues groove to them, you just can't help but throw the horns up and bang your head like the days of old. Coverdale's voice sounds phenomenal, and he seems to be 100% recovered from his throat infection a few years back. Doug Aldrich just continues to amaze, and the dual guitar sound with Reb Beach continues to work well. The new rhythm section seems very suited to this bluesy sound. Highlights for me are "All out of luck" "Tell me how" "Love will set you free" "Forevermore" and "Love and treat me right" This album is custom built for a summer night cruise with the sun roof and windows down. Crank it to 11 and rock out.
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