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Whitesnake 1987 versions


*The B-sides that appeared on EMI editions of the single were new 1987 re-recordings of earlier tracks by the band, although they were not advertised as such on the packaging. Both re-recorded versions would later feature on the 1987 Versions EP.

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A new collection of Weird Al Yankovic's parody and original music videos, including "The Saga Begins" and "All About The Pentiums" from the "Running With Scissors" album and "Bob" from the "Poodle Hat" album.

Just got my tickets for the VA concert. Burn is one of the top three rock albums of all time in my opinion. Cannot wait. Hope the band is “Gettin Tighter!” Last saw Whitesnake in Atlantic City about seven years ago. Terrific band. Still Holding on to those 70s and 80s rock bands. Such good music and musicians. Music today is mostly sad…

In late 1983, the band recorded Slide It In , which was released in Europe in early 1984. It was the band's fourth top 10 album in their native UK, peaking at number 9. [9] At this same time, the band secured a major US record deal with the Geffen label. The Slide It In (1984) album had drawn mixed reviews, the negatives particularly focusing on its "flat" mix. [11] While a personnel change saw the touring band replace Moody with former Thin Lizzy guitarist John Sykes , plus the return of bassist Neil Murray in place of Hodgkinson, [12] producer David Geffen insisted that the album be remixed for the US release. In addition to the remix, Sykes and Murray re-recorded the lead guitar and bass parts. This revised version of the album had its US release in April 1984. Despite Coverdale's misgivings regarding the lack of edge in these new tracks, Slide It In (1984) just barely reached the US Top 40, and went double platinum there three years later after the release of the band's eighth album. [3] The Slide It In (1984) album led to the album-oriented rock hits in the US: " Slow an' Easy " and " Love Ain't No Stranger ", as well as the album's title track. It was at this point that Geffen suggested to Coverdale that he "start taking America seriously." [13]

An additional disc spotlights the creative process behind WHITESNAKE “1987” with a selection of 11 unreleased demo and rehearsal recordings, including early versions of nearly every song on the album called 87 Evolutions . The final disc introduces newly remixed versions the album’s four singles, and includes rare radio mixes, as well as songs from 87 Versions , an EP released exclusively in Japan.

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