Whitesnake Slide It In
Record Collector (magazine): 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] sumptuous feast of melodic hard rock, with the ex-Deep Purple frontman on impressive form throughout, backed by his crack band."
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- Released: November 10, 2017
- Originally Released: 1984
- Label: Rhino
Record Collector (magazine) - p.994 stars out of 5 -- "[A] sumptuous feast of melodic hard rock, with the ex-Deep Purple frontman on impressive form throughout, backed by his crack band."
- 1.Gambler - (remix)
- 2.Slide It In - (remix)
- 3.Slow an' Easy - (remix)
- 4.Love Ain't No Stranger - (remix)
- 5.Give Me More Time - (remix)
- 6.Standing in the Shadow - (remix)
- 7.Hungry for Love - (remix)
- 8.All or Nothing - (remix)
- 9.Spit It Out - (remix)
- 10.Guilty of Love - (remix)
Personnel: Mel Galley, Micky Moody (vocals, guitar); David Coverdale (vocals); John Sykes (guitar); Jon Lord , Bill Cuomo (keyboards); Cozy Powell (drums).
Audio Mixers: Keith Olsen; Martin Birch.
Audio Remasterer: Dave Donnelly .
1984's SLIDE IT IN was the first album that showed that Whitesnake was truly attempting to make it big in the U.S. Its sound was becoming more radio-friendly, but still retained the biting hard rock edge present on its earlier albums--new guitarist John Sykes also proved to be the perfect foil for ex-Deep Purple frontman David Coverdale.
The set features such boisterous rockers as the album-opening title track, the grinding "Slow an' Easy," and the melodic "Love Ain't No Stranger." Although there was a 3-year break after SLIDE IT IN (during which Sykes would leave the band), the album set the stage perfectly for Whitesnake's eponymous 1987 worldwide mega-hit.
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