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I highly recommend it - it's essential listening for all Whitesnake fans.
This is classic rock at its finest, and I doubt that anyone who enjoys blues-based, radio-friendly, hard-edged arena rock will be disappointed.
This record makes Good to be Bad sound like a practice album with a new line up, and Forevermore sounds like a much more cohesive group.
I agree with all of the positive reviews of this album. I won't repeat all that's been said.
Most hard rockers know that when they need a fantasy-themed hard rock fix, the... Read more
Another great album with arguably their best songwriting lineup. It's classic Whitesnake all the way through. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rob C.
In 2008, England's Whitesnake made a surprising move: Returning with "Good To Be Bad," their first album of new material in eleven years. Read morePublished 8 months ago by A. Stutheit
I like the older White Snake better than most of the newer stuff. When I heard this album, it was more polished than their older stuff but it has great guitar playing in it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by paul campo
Coverdale and Aldrich are a great duo! I put them right up there with Ozzy & Randy as well as Dio & Vivian Campbell (who Aldrich also played and wrote with). Read morePublished 14 months ago by golfer01
In the late 80s, David Coverdale reinvented Whitesnake from their earlier, bluesy roots of the Moody/Marsden era, going for a more hair-metal direction with the self-titled 1987... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Matthew Schwarz
Straight-ahead, raw hard rock is what Forevermore delivers. Coverdale's quest for heavy, chunky guitar tone is fully realized on this album but we still hear the unmistakable... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dairenn Lombard
bought this for my brother's Christmas present. i enjoyed it as much as he. so much music going on that you just don't get in a digital format! great buy.Published 18 months ago by LaCosta Westfall
This thing isn't their eponymous album that spawned all of those hits in the late 80s, and turned Tawny into everyone's favorite rock and roll sex kitten. Read morePublished 19 months ago by K.C. Para