WHITESNAKE — Forevermore

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3.45 | 11 ratings | 2 reviews
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Album · 2011

Filed under Hard Rock


1. Steal Your Heart Away (5:18)
2. All Out Of Luck (5:28)
3. Love Will Set You Free (3:52)
4. Easier Said Than Done (5:13)
5. Tell Me How (4:41)
6. I Need You (Shine A Light) (3:49)
7. One Of These Days (4:53)
8. Love And Treat Me Right (4:14)
9. Dogs In The Street (3:48)
10. Fare Thee Well (5:18)
11. Whipping Boy Blues (5:02)
12. My Evil Ways (4:33)
13. Forevermore (7:22)

Total Time 63:31


- David Coverdale / vocals
- Doug Aldrich / guitars
- Reb Beach / guitars
- Michael Devin / Bass
- Timothy Drury / keyboards
- Brian Tichy / drums

About this release

25 March 2011

Bonus tracks on various editions:

Whipping Boy Blues (Swamp mix) (6:06)
Love Will Set You Free (alternative mix) (4:09)
Forevermore (acoustic version) (4:42)
My Evil Ways (My Evil Drums Mix) (4:50)
Slide It In (live) (5:05)
Cheap An' Nasty (live) (4:33)
Love Will Set You Free (live) (4:09)
Love Will Set You Free (Music video) (3:51)

Thanks to Time Signature for the addition and stephen, Lynx33 for the updates


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'Forevermore' was divided by two different opinions. Fans of '1987' and 'Slip of The Tongue' will probably only like half of the songs inside while fans of classic Whitesnake will dig it better because this album explored their pre-commercial era and combined it with the latest modern elements from 'Good To Be Bad'. The bluesy touch is obvious, the heavier riffs are there, but they also didn’t forget to include the easy-listening feel to balance the whole album.

'Steal Your Heart Away' is a brilliant opener but I don't think 'All Out of Luck' is a better follow-up. They should have been put the first single, 'Love Will Set You Free' or 'Dogs In The Street' to keep the momentum up. For those who love ballads, 'Easier Said Than Done' is stunning, 'Fare Thee Well' also a great slow acoustical track while 'One of These Days' is faster in tempo and also lovable.

'I Need You (Shine A Light)' will definitely be fans favorites. The joyous vibe in midtempo with commercial feel is a safe to everyone's ears and one of the strongest tunes here. 'My Evil Ways' wrecks some havoc in heavy riffs and crashing drums, what a beautiful tune. The title track moves in with classic Zeppelin style and strangely I can see Sting also fits perfectly to sing this song.

Coverdale still has amazing vocal at his 60s, even though not as high as it used to be, but it's normal considering his age. The production is great, the bass level is quite high so you might want to tune your EQ for optimal enjoyment. Aldrich / Beach killer guitars are another highlight of modern day Whitesnake and enhanced the overall value of the band and album. Another strong record by the Snake and deserved a solid 85% from me.
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Rock will set you free...

Genre: hardrock

Whitesnake's musical jorney has been one of hard rocking Deep Purple-inspired rock (Coverdale has served with Purple after all) over commercial poppy glam metal and, after Coverdale revived the band in the late noughties, back towards the classic style of hard rock.

"Forevermore" offers melodic, but certainly not poppy, hard rock, containing classic style guitar riffage, catchy choruses and both shreddy and bluesey guitar solos along with a coupld of ballads. Coverdale's voice is awesome - listening to him on this album, you wouldn't think that he is not exactly young anymore. It's raw and bluesey yet clean and even soft when required.

There's no innovativity whatsoever on this album - and everything has kind of been heard before. But do we want innovative hard rock? No, not always. Classic hard rock is best in its original conventional form, and Whitesnake delivers that on this album.

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