Few bands defined the sound or the fashion of 80s hard rock more than Whitesnake, the band pieced together by former Deep Purple man, David Coverdale, in 1977. There was the look: the epic, bleach-blond curls and tight black leather. There were the sleeves: lurid, masturbatory images from a world before political correctness - see the cover to 1979's Lovehunter, a naked woman straddling a huge, coiled python. And there was the music: chugging, swaggering rock 'n' roll that updated the smoked sounds of 70s blues rock with added swagger, machismo, and pomp.
01 Walking in the shadows of blues 02 Sweet talker 03 Would I lie to you 04 Trouble 05 Gambler 06 Love hunter 07 Ready an' willing 08 Child of Babylon 09 Here I go again 10 Carry your load 11 Crying in the rain 12 Rough an' ready
13 Wine 14 women an' song 15 Lie down... 16 Think I love you 17 Ain't no love in the city 18 Fool for your loving 19 Take me with you
01 Fool for your loving 02 Don't break my heart again 03 Hit an' run 04 The time is right for love 05 Love ain't no stranger 06 Too many tears 07 Pride and joy 08 Victime of love 09 Judgement day 10 Is this love 11 Take a look at yourself 12 Straight for the heart 13 Now you're gone 14 Looking for love 15 Sailing ships 16 Soldier of fortune 17 Walking in the shadow of the blues 18 Ready an' willing
01 Slow an' easy 02 Shake my tree 03 Guilty of love 04 The deeper the love 05 Love to keep you warm 06 Love is blind 07 Ain't gonna cry no more 08 Slave 09 Lonely days 10 lonely nights 11 Give me all your love 12 Till the day I die 13 Here I go again 14 Still of the night 15 If you want me 16 Best years 17 We wish you well