Top 10 Songs on Whitesnake's Saints & Sinners

This is their fifth studio album that was released in 1982 and it's one of their best albums (the best or 2nd best).
Two songs from this album, "Here I Go Again" and "Crying in the Rain", were later re-recorded on their 1987 album Whitesnake.

It was produced, engineered and mixed by the legendary Martin Birch.
It's interesting that three Deep Purple members played on this album: ex-Deep Purple singer David Coverdale, keyboardist Jon Lord and drummer Ian Paice.

David Coverdale - lead vocals
Micky Moody - guitar, backing vocals
Bernie Marsden - guitar
Jon Lord - keyboards
Neil Murray - bass
Ian Paice - drums, percussion
Mel Galley - backing vocals

Whitesnake are a classic hard rock band with significant blues influences and some songs are blues rock. Their sound is pretty loud and heavy (some of their songs have metal elements).
Whitesnake were formed in 1978 by the former Deep Purple lead singer David Coverdale. Whitesnake are still active - they cut new material and tour.

The Top Ten

1 Crying in the Rain

This is a hard rock song with a metal riff and this riff is a killer. Vocals are extremely powerful and emotional. Awesome song, probably my most favorite track by Whitesnake. - Metal_Treasure

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2 Here I Go Again

This song is amazing - it is more popular than Crying in the Rain (and less heavy). - Metal_Treasure

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3 Rough An' Ready

The spirit of hard rock is right here. - Metal_Treasure

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4 Love an' Affection UListen to Sample
5 Saints an' Sinners UListen to Sample
6 Victim of Love UListen to Sample
7 Young Blood UListen to Sample
8 Dancing Girls UListen to Sample
9 Rock an' Roll Angels UListen to Sample
10 Bloody Luxury UListen to Sample
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