December 10, 2007

Whitesnake: Donington 1990

Another Whitesnake show aboard, this was recorded at the Monsters Of Rock festival in Donington where they were the headline act. Three years after the mega success of the 1987 album Whitesnake were promoting Slip of the Tongue from 1989.
Not the best era for me but this was probably the most successful for them in terms of sales.



Sound Quality: 9

Track List:

Disc 1
1 Slip Of The Tongue
2 Slide It In
3 Judgement Day
4 Slow & Easy
5 Kitten's Got Claws
6 Adrian Vandenberg Solo
7 Is This Love?
8 Cheap & Nasty

Disc 2

1 Crying In The Rain
2 Fool For Your Loving
3 Steve Vai Solo
4 Here I Go Again
5 Bad Boys
6 Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
7 Still Of The Night

Links removed, this has been officially released.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

thank you SO much! this was my fav WS lineup! David Coverdale was fucking insane in this show!

Anonymous said...

The songs n.8 from disc 1 and n.6 from disc 2 doesn't open. Maybe have some problems in files.

Anonymous said...

The songs n.8 from disc 1 and n.6 from disc 2 doesn't open. Maybe have some problems in files.

hemisphire said...

I just downloaded the whole show and it sounds great (no problems with d1t8 or d2t6). Thanks for helping me replace my version on cassette!

hemisphire said...

I just downloaded the whole show and it sounds great (no problems with d1t8 or d2t6). Thanks for helping me replace my version on cassette!

AtticRock said...

I'm glad you liked :)

Anonymous said...

Sound quality is good, but this has obviously been recorded off an old tape using a deck with dirty heads/rollers, so the original tape speeds up and slows down to the point that it's almost unlistenable.

Anonymous said...

I have a copy of this as one big mp3 and was stoked to see it here, split up. Thank you!

JR said...

Beware ! This one is officially released now.

Gary Errington said...

It is officialy released and you can watch the video on youtube! It was an amazing gig, and watching it again sends me right back into that field gazing at the stage and telling the BBC to **** Off, how they thought they could stop 70,000 metal fans swearing is quite unimaginable, but hey there you go, a great gig and so well plaid and sung!