Whitesnake: The Legendary Rock Band Releases a New Version of Their Greatest Hits Album
Whitesnake, the iconic hard rock band led by David Coverdale, has recently released a new version of their Greatest Hits album, featuring remixed and remastered versions of their classic songs, such as \"Still Of The Night\", \"Here I Go Again\", and \"Is This Love\". The album also includes new contributions by keyboardist Derek Sherinian and guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, as well as previously unreleased performances by guitarist John Sykes.
The new Greatest Hits album covers the band's most successful period in the 1980s, when they released three multi-platinum albums: Slide It In (1984), Whitesnake (1987), and Slip of the Tongue (1989). The album also features some deeper cuts, such as \"Sweet Lady Luck\", a b-side from the single \"The Deeper The Love\", and \"Forevermore\", the title track from their 2011 album.
The album is available now on digital and streaming services, and fans can also pre-order the CD/Blu-ray or vinyl versions from the band's official website. The CD/Blu-ray edition includes a bonus disc with videos of all the songs on the album, as well as interviews with Coverdale and other band members.
In addition to the new album, Whitesnake is also preparing for their farewell tour, which will start in May 2022 with special guest Europe. The tour will be a celebration of the band's nearly 50 years of history and legacy, and a chance for fans to see them live one last time.
Whitesnake is one of the most influential and successful rock bands of all time, with over 100 million albums sold worldwide. They have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and have won numerous awards and accolades. Their music has inspired generations of fans and musicians alike, and their legacy continues to grow with their new Greatest Hits album.
One of the highlights of the new Greatest Hits album is the 2022 remix of \"Give Me All Your Love\", which features a new guitar solo by John Sykes that was not used on the original version. Coverdale says: \"I was blown away when I heard it. It's a stunning solo. It's like he's channeling Hendrix and Clapton at the same time.\"
Another standout track is \"Sweet Lady Luck\", which was originally recorded during the Slip of the Tongue sessions, but was only released as a b-side. The song showcases the guitar work of Steve Vai, who joined Whitesnake for that album after Vandenberg injured his wrist. Coverdale says: \"It's a great song that deserved more attention. Steve plays some amazing stuff on it.\"
The new Greatest Hits album also includes some of Whitesnake's most popular ballads, such as \"Is This Love\", \"The Deeper The Love\", and \"Now You're Gone\". Coverdale says: \"I've always loved writing and singing ballads. They're very emotional and expressive. I think they show a different side of Whitesnake.\"
The new Greatest Hits album also celebrates the band's musical diversity, as it includes songs from different genres and styles, such as blues rock (\"Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City\"), heavy metal (\"Still Of The Night\"), pop rock (\"Here I Go Again\"), and power ballad (\"Is This Love\"). Coverdale says: \"We've always been a versatile band. We can rock hard, but we can also be melodic and soulful. We have something for everyone.\"
The new Greatest Hits album also reflects the band's longevity and influence, as it spans four decades of their career, from their debut album Trouble (1978) to their latest album Flesh & Blood (2019). Coverdale says: \"We've been through a lot of changes and challenges over the years, but we've always stayed true to ourselves and our fans. We're very proud of our legacy and our contribution to rock music.\"
The new Greatest Hits album is a must-have for any Whitesnake fan, as it offers a fresh and updated perspective on their classic songs, as well as some rare and unreleased gems. It is also a perfect introduction for new listeners who want to discover one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Coverdale says: \"We hope you enjoy this album as much as we enjoyed making it. It's a celebration of our music and our history. Thank you for your love and support over the years. We love you all.\" 248dff8e21