Originally released in 1979, it seemed David Coverdale cared little for the Punk that was dominating the music scene. Opening track "Long Way From Home" sets out Whitesnake's intentions, a good mid paced rocker, great bass lines with plenty of organ fills, for me "Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues" is what Whitesnake are all about, hard driving Blues based rock. "Help Me Thro'The Day" is a slow burner, "Medicine Man" could be a Deep Purple outtake but for the twin guitar work, "You 'N' Me" is a straight ahead rock track, "Mean Business" is up tempo cock rock, this leads onto "Lovehunter" for me the second best track on the album, with a great slide solo, "Outlaw" is ok, "Rock 'N' Roll Women" is blunt and to the point, but essentially this is Whitesnake. Original album closer "We Wish You Well" just really is one of the greatest farewell songs ever. The bonus tracks are from Andy Pebbles Radio 1 session recorded in March 1979, the stand out track is Whitesnakes version of the Bobby Bland song "Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City" a true epic, "Trouble" concludes the bonus tracks with some memorable vocals and guitar work, Highly recommended.