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Forevermore

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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.


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 29, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Frontiers Records
  • ASIN: B004K8WJ3Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,443 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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76 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 16, 2011
Format: Audio CD
It doesn't take long (30 seconds of opening track "Steal Your Heart Away" to be exact) to realize that David Coverdale and company are back in a bluesy state of mind. Whitesnake's 2008 comeback album Good To Be Bad was a totally solid, totally enjoyable album, but their newest release, titled Forevermore, is exactly the kind of album you'd expect to hear from the band that gave us blues rocking classics like Love Hunter and Come an Get It.

You get the impression that the past few years have taken a toll on David Coverdale. The songs on Forevermore have a world-weary feel, and Coverdale's voice is a bit rougher around the edges, especially on the all-out rockers like "All Out of Luck" and "Dogs in the Street." He can still serve up incredibly smooth slower numbers, as evidenced by the soulful "Easier Said Than Done." Still, the rough edge totally suits these songs, which have all the swagger (slither, perhaps) of those classic early Whitesnake albums. And for fans of the band's arena rocking days, anthems like "Tell Me How" and the powerful, beautiful, 7-minute "Forevermore" should totally satisfy.

As much as Whitesnake is Coverdale's band, they've always enlisted some of the best (and most underrated) guitarists. Doug Aldrich (Dio, Hurricane, Lion) plays like he's been in the band from the beginning, and Reb Beach (Winger) is a great addition as well. They bring the down and dirty riffs and soulful solos to match Coverdale's raspy wail.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Skylar on March 29, 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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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By PRA on April 6, 2011
Format: Audio CD
So, I have been a Whitesnake fan from the very beginning and a David Coverdale fan from his time with Deep Purple. This album really had me excited until I sat down and listened to it on high quality gear and headphones. The majority of the songs are great songs, and the guitar work is very impressive I must say. David's voice sounds brilliant on the soft ballad but you can definitely tell he is aging when he is singing the harder songs. Still he sounds really good, just that he is straining some where he never used to. I still give him mad props as he is nearly 60 years old and has smoked since his teens I am assuming.

What kills me about this album is the sound. They took an album that had so much potential to be an amazing piece of work and let it out the door dirty. The mix on this album is horrible in my opinion. The musicians all are seemingly competing to be the loudest on each and every track. The album was recorded at Snakebyte Studios and Grumblenott Studios & Villas in Lake Tahoe, which I am not sure, but based on the name and location, this may be David Coverdale's own recording studio. I am just shocked by the noise output level on this CD. To clarify what I mean, if you listen to, say, the "Seventeen Days" CD by 3 Doors Down, (which recorded at Ocean Way Studios in Nashville), and compare the sound quality of THAT 3 Doors Down CD to the Forevermore CD, I just do not understand why David would release this CD sounding the way it does, instead of as clean as the 3 Doors Down CDs do.

I love 90% of the songs on this album, especially "Steal Your Heart Away" and "Dogs In The Street", but I really wish they would have put more effort into making it sound cleaner. I could have given it 5 stars had they done so.
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