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Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Import only 14-track digitally remastered reissue of their sophomore album, originally released in 1979. This reissue now features four bonus tracks, 'Belgian Tom's Hat Trick', 'Love To Keep You Warm', 'Ain't No Love In Th... more »
Import only 14-track digitally remastered reissue of their sophomore album, originally released in 1979. This reissue now features four bonus tracks, 'Belgian Tom's Hat Trick', 'Love To Keep You Warm', 'Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City' & 'Trouble' - All Recorded Live for an Andy Peebles Radio Session on 29th March 1979. EMI. 2006.
A Lost Blues/ Hard Rock Classic
Tyson Smalley | Amarillo, Tx | 11/13/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Coverdale has one of the best hard rock blues voices ever and I'm a fan who appreciates the band's late 70's through mid 80's work and I don't shun there late 80's heyday cause that's still some damn fine Rock N Roll!
1. Long Way From Home- Beautiful way to start the album very slow and show's off Coverdale's great voice also a killer solo by Mr. Moody 5/5
2. Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues- A Hard fist pumping rock track with some kick ass bass by Neil Murray man what an underrated bass player Dowle give's some nice drum surprises on this one and Coverdale's voice is at it's peak another classic Whitesnake song 5/5
3. Help Me Thro' The Day- Man this is some baby making music right here! Almost on par with Marvin Gaye or Barry White written by Leon Russell of coarse the slow bass and drum beat make a sweet and sexy love song excellent 5/5
4. Medicine Man- Neil own's this song he play's some killer bass lick's he make's this a great song the guitar rift sound' kind of similar to Fool For Your Loving.. Or maybe that's just me(:
5. You N' Me- A Little bit of a weak point after the excellent beginning four tracks, The song's not bad just nothing special in the musician department Coverdale still shines though 4/5
6. Mean Business- Starting with some cool guitar effects one of the fastest song's on the album at a furious pace excellent song Dowle, Mick, David, Marsden & Lord are at the top of there game here 5/5
7. Lovehunter- My personal favorite song on the album great lyrics and top production by the boys and the drum breakdown is beautiful I love it! A Rock N Roll/Blues classic 5/5
8. Outlaw- A Great hard rock track with some of the best lyrics on the album I like Coverdale's screaming on this one very emotional 5/5
9. Rock N Roll Woman- A Fine outro Coverdale love's woman and here he professes his love with a Blues attitude the rest of the boys play this song with ease going into a killer solo and finale a good way to end the album
10. We Wish You Well- Despite David's powerful vocals here this song is really not needed and feel's to much like a filler beside's the fact that it's under two minutes 3/5
Lovehunter in my opinion a lost blues/rock classic definitely worth a look"