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Lovehunter (Remastered / Expanded) Original recording remastered, Extra tracks

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Whitesnake are an English rock band, founded in 1977 by David Coverdale (formerly of Deep Purple). The band's early material has been compared by critics to Deep Purple but by the mid 1980s Whitesnake had moved away from the early blues influenced hard rock to a more commercial heavy metal style. Whitesnake was named the 85th greatest hard rock band of all time by ... Read more in Amazon's Whitesnake Store

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  • Audio CD (8 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000F2C7TU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,739 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Long Way From Home (2006 Digital Remaster)
2. Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues (2006 Digital Remaster)
3. Help Me Thro' The Day (2006 Digital Remaster)
4. Medicine Man (2006 Digital Remaster)
5. You 'n' Me (2006 Digital Remaster)
6. Mean Business (2006 Digital Remaster)
7. Love Hunter (2006 Digital Remaster)
8. Outlaw (2006 Digital Remaster)
9. Rock 'n' Roll Women (2006 Digital Remaster)
10. We Wish You Well (2006 Digital Remaster)
11. Belgian Tom's Hat Trick (Radio 1 Session Version)
12. Love To Keep You Warm (Radio 1 Session Version)
13. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City (Radio 1 Session Version)
14. Trouble (Radio 1 Session Version)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 July 2010
Format: Audio CD
Aaaaah the memories,my mums face when i strolled in with this album under my arm back in the vinyl days,great stuff,to pee your parents off and you havent even played it a full volume yet,ha ha.

That was then,this is now and another remaster,the production on this album always sounded thin to me,the remaster just enhances that and at times its a bit shrill,trebly particularly up loud,at the time Coverdale hated it,said it should have been an E.P and wanted to redo the drums when Ian Paice joined,it wasnt to be and poor old David Dowle was shown the door after the albums completion

However its a great album and the class is obvious another step up from the previous release,the album opens with a classic one ,two of 'Long Long Way From Home' and 'Walkin' In The Shadow Of The Blues',two of the finest tracks penned by the band,the former another one of those classic sing along feel good tracks Coverdale was so good at while the latter just motors along the classic groove and makes you want to punch your fist in the air,fabulous stuff.Up next a lost gem,the soulful ballad 'Help Me Thru The Day' which allows David Coverdale to show he's blessed with a fantastic voice.

The rest of the album is split between classic rockers such as 'Medicine Man','You N Me',the decidedly average 'Mean Business',2 underated tracks,the Bernie Marsden sung 'Outlaw' and the Quo Riffery of 'Rock n Roll Women' alongside the epic title track 'Love Hunter' best track on the album and the short ballad 'We Wish You Well'

Bonus tracks are from a radio 1 session,i'd never heard of,superb renditions of 'Belgian Toms Hat Trick','Love To Keep You Warm','Aint No Love....
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Illya G. Simpson on 25 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
I love this album, it has got so many great things about it, the only thing it lacks is Ian Paice on the drums, but the drummer (one Duck Dowel) makes a very good noise on the round chair. There are several highlights on this album, the first just has to be the sleeve, beautiful art work that sets the tone for this, and many more Whitesnake albums to come. The album then opens with what I belive to be its best track. Long Way From Home, just oozes class, great tune and fantastic words, also serves as a reminder that David Coverdale was not only blessed with one (if not the) greatest rock/blues voices ever, but he was also a very capable songwriter, this song also shows that you can sing about your love for a woman without mentioning things like loveguns, honey pots and so on..... Track 2, is Walking in the Shadow of the Blues, this is a real Whitesnake classic, it says a lot about the band and its future direction, it is also a thouroughly great tune. Help me thro' the day is often refered to as a "filler" I disagree, i think this in one of the stronger tracks on the album, a damn fine slowie! Medicine Man is the usual rock and roll, doctors and nurses, "ive got some medicine for you, would it be too much trouble if I was to inject it into you baby" type of thing, but it really works, also has great backing vocals. side one of the album finishes with You & Me, again great melody and some nice guitar work a worthwhile finish to side one. Side two wastes no time getting up to speed with the intollerably fast, and fantasticly funky Mean Business, I just love the lines "Dont you knock on my door if you dont want an answer, give me a beat if you dont wanna dance aaa!" Just great.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Grayzee66 on 13 Sept. 2010
Format: Audio CD
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.
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By Alister King on 10 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
Countless seed has been shed over the Chris Achilleos artwork on the cover with big tiited, big buttocked rock bitch straddling a massive snake. I wonder what that represented?! The albums every bit as good, capturing Coverdale's most sucessful post Pruple venture in the early, hungry days. Moody & Marsden absolutely dazzle with the excellent guitar interplay. Hidden gems like ballad Help Me Through the Day and Marsden penned & sung Outlaw complement better known tracks brilliantly.
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