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Slip Of The Tongue Deluxe Edition, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
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Slip of the Tongue Anniversary Edition boasts half-a-dozen bonus tracks, and a DVD with live footage and a bunch of promo videos.
Anthems such as 'Slow An' Easy' and 'Fool For Your Loving' capture the love-hunting Coverdale in his priapic prime.
-- Classic Rock, July 2009
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Anyway, a great opening track, followed by the classic "Judgement Day". Decent fill in tracks, such as "Kittens Got Claws". But the best is saved for last. "sailing Ships" is brilliant!
One tiny moan. I still can't take "Fool For Your Loving" seriously. It's so pale compared to the Ready an' Willing version.
The original album's running order once again rejigged,it helps having 'Judgement Day' second track in,for a further look at the tracks here,see my previous review,the same comments apply,this album contained the good, the bad and the ugly Whitesnake.
The bonus tracks at least this time appear to have some modicum of thought,although why 'Judgement Day' from 'Live In The Shadow...' is here is beyond me,however the rest,well we get the B side 'Sweet Lady Luck' previously only available on Greatest Hits(1994),frankly is better than dross like 'Cheap n Nasty' and should have been on the original album,the rather fabulous remix of 'Now Your Gone' and the over the top Vai 'doin his thing' remix of 'Fool For Your Lovin,its actually quite good(whisper it before your branded a heretic!),its not better than the 1980 original (of course) but its preferable to the version on the original of this album,the final two tracks are from Donington '90 and highlight why this line up wouldnt last,when its good 'Slip Of The Tongue'then its fabulous,when its bad 'Kittens Got Claws' its absolute kak.
As with the other two anniversary editions,the remaster is certainly louder,in this case i like it better than the original and the booklet excellent as ever
The DVD comprises 8 tracks promos for 'Fool For...','Now Your Gone' & 'The Deeper The Love',dated but worth watchin,the latter two i'd never seen,2 tracks from Starkers In Tokyo ,namely 'The Deeper The..Read more ›
The tracks from the original album are no doubt that its dominated by the presence of Vai and his guitar itself especially on the so-so remake of "Fool For Your Loving" not bad but wether the remake of 1987 song from Saints and Sinners worked for the hit album of the same year before Slip of the tongue but doesn't for this one but the qualities and OTT moments from the "Slip of the tongue", "Judgement day" and "Now youre gone" do make up for it even the song "Kitten's got claws" no doubt hints at the divorce proceedings between Mr Coverdale and the star of the whitesnake video's Mrs Tawny Kitean whilst the slow burning "Sailing Ships" is a lovely song.
Maybe too polished for hardcore snake fans but who can find it in their hearts not to purchase it and feel blown over by the Cov's vox.
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I have never been a big fan of Whitesnake, but this album and Whitesnake 1987 are my favorites .Published 7 months ago by NICHOLAS RAY
a long time so I expected a release! amazing bonus songs and videos !! I recommend to lovers of hard rockPublished on 29 July 2011 by kennedy