Whitesnake
Lovehunter


3.5
great

Review

by Johnny McCombs USER (14 Reviews)
March 3rd, 2012 | 25 replies | 3,714 views


Release Date: 1979 | Tracklist

Review Summary: A godd album to say the least.

4 of 6 thought this review was well written

Whitesnake began their career as a band that only wanted to rock. And that's all they will ever want to do.
Because they started jamming when the jams were on.

LONG WAY FROM HOME- its starts off so victorious i can hardly feel and triumph in my sequel victories. John Bigham's guitar solo sets me on fire. That speed- how can it even exist? The drums on here start is off- a paramount way to start the journey of rock. Enjoy friends!

Walking in the Shadow of the Blues-The best on the album. That speed- how can it even exist? The drums on here start is off- a paramount way to start the journey of rock. Enjoy friends! That speed- how can it even exist? The drums on here start is off- a paramount way to start the journey of rock. Enjoy friends! That speed- how can it even exist? The drums on here start is off- a paramount way to start the journey of rock. Enjoy friends!

Help Me Thro' the Day- Lovehunter's cover art featuring a naked woman straddling a large snake was created by fantasy artist Chris Achilleos. Reportedly the controversial cover proved troublesome for Achilleos who subsequently refused to do album covers for many years. Lovehunter's cover art featuring a naked woman straddling a large snake was created by fantasy artist Chris Achilleos. Reportedly the controversial cover proved troublesome for Achilleos who subsequently refused to do album covers for many years.

Medicine Man-Lovehunter's cover art featuring a naked woman straddling a large snake was created by fantasy artist Chris Achilleos. Reportedly the controversial cover proved troublesome for Achilleos who subsequently refused to do album covers for many years. Lovehunter's cover art featuring a naked woman straddling a large snake was created by fantasy artist Chris Achilleos. Reportedly the controversial cover proved troublesome for Achilleos who subsequently refused to do album covers for many years.


A snake getting grabbed by a curmudgeonly hand. Long day at work, toiling in the sun. Eye- sun that is. But the question is not the motive of the man, but of the snake. Snake feels the snake in front of him, in the back he has no eyes. Forced humility. Vanity is impossible, the snake knows no ownership of flesh, or scales one may say. He cant see himself, therefore no-self one may say. Imagine breathing oil- one may say its certain death. A snake knows otherwise. And those folks say "do not depend on your eyes" or "don't see, SEE." are fools. They know nothing of the sight- or indeed the second sight. You have two eyes- USE THEM. Because both eyes may be open- but one can see. I know these things of the snake. So these things should you now.

So now the question can "snake" feel the hand? Or to him it may be hand in the front against the perpendicular snake. Because the snake, though the hand may think otherwise is problably thinking "moment when your like hahah i dont care :D going to mess with you its funny, :P your horse poo :D hahaha"!!!!!

And know a think one may not consider- a snake, crusty as can be is only a shell. A shell to block the mind. Man may think otherwise- as doesn't the snake. The snake is smart and tart. Smarter indeed than man. The other snake, though not being picked up may be thinking "well today was an amazing day. walk all the way to dalton, no sleep at all, talk to her. honestly not sure if it helped, made things worst, or keep it the same. honestly not worried about it. about got arrest for sticking up for dustin. he did get arrest. this wasnt his fault!! hahah cop got made when i started agureing and start to win, so he drove off XD what a fat loser :P".



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LAD
March 2nd 2012



136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Enjoy.

KILL
March 2nd 2012



67191 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

quite simply, the best review ever written

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 3rd 2012



48581 Comments


a godd album to say the least indeed

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Inveigh
March 3rd 2012



24196 Comments


this is one of the best whitesnake reviews i've ever read

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 3rd 2012



48581 Comments


Hans would be proud

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
March 3rd 2012



18277 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Great album. Whitesnake's blues rock era is really underrated.

wtf KILL, a 1!?

Oh and best review ever.

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KILL
March 3rd 2012



67191 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

hes the medicine maaaaaaaaan!

KILL
March 3rd 2012



67191 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

problem?

KILL
March 3rd 2012



67191 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

agrred

TheNotrap
March 3rd 2012



7821 Comments


Need to recheck this one.

RobbaqPL
March 3rd 2012



146 Comments


Still missing Crandy, but it's a godd substitute to say the least

ApplicationToHeaven
March 3rd 2012



1550 Comments


your horse poo :D hahaha

RobbaqPL
March 3rd 2012



146 Comments


On an unrelated note - that freakin' cover. Wow.

Itishappeningagain
March 4th 2012



301 Comments


I am the floor.

Itishappeningagain
March 4th 2012



301 Comments


Do not fear the grill...

JosephLong
March 4th 2012



301 Comments


i am quote!

Itishappeningagain
March 5th 2012



301 Comments


My anus is bleeding....guys help............

tarkus
March 5th 2012



5560 Comments


sonic holy shit

Ire
March 5th 2012



41474 Comments


come back bro

KILL
April 24th 2012



67191 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

young at heart



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