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on November 28, 2013
A re-release of the initial EP, with additions from Coverdale's "Northwinds" album, this is a good introduction to what Whitesnake became. Hard rocking blues with a snide sneer and a shake of the snake (if you know what I mean). All testosterone and no pretty boys allowed. "Bloody Mary" and their cover of the old blues number "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City" are probably the best things here, but it's all good. All good.
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on October 20, 2008
Every genuine Whitesnake fan needs this album, as early Whitesnake is just as important as later Whitesnake.
Once bitten... always addicted!
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on May 18, 2015
this one is nostalgic to me. It was my husband's and my favorite group before we married. It makes me feel young again.
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on October 29, 2014
SNAKE DID IT AGAIN! 20 STARS!
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on March 10, 2006
A really good CD by Whitesnake, and is really great as it was

one of their early works. Almost every song is good and you

wouldn't think that they played this stuff before they became

more well known in the late '80's. Still, this is a gem to have

in anyone's collection where a lot of groups in the late '70's

had started to emerge, and where most of the band members were

from Deep Purple and Trapeze. Give it A+++++.
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