Top 10 Songs on Whitesnake's Slip of the Tongue

Slip of the Tongue is Whitesnake's 8th studio album released in 1989.

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.


David Coverdale - lead vocals
Steve Vai - guitar
Rudy Sarzo - bass
Tommy Aldridge - drums
Adrian Vandenberg - guitar (credited but not recorded: he co-wrote all songs with Coverdale but prior to the recording process, he sustained a serious wrist injury and couldn't play; Steve Vai replaced him)

Guest musicians:
Don Airey, David Rosenthal, Claude Gaudette - keyboards
Glenn Hughes, Tommy Funderburk, Richard Page - backing vocals
(Don Airey, David Rosenthal and Glenn Hughes were related to Deep Purple or Rainbow, or both)

The Top Ten

1 Fool for Your Loving '89

This is a re-record of a song originally released in 1980 on their album Ready an' Willing. - Metal_Treasure

2 Now You're Gone

A softer mainstream-ish song - Metal_Treasure

3 Slip of the Tongue

This song sounds pretty much like a metal song (at least it doesn't have obvious blues influences). - Metal_Treasure

4 Judgment Day
5 The Deeper the Love
6 Sailing Ships

This is a very sad ballad. - Metal_Treasure

7 Kittens Got Claws
8 Wings of the Storm
9 Slow Poke Music
10 Cheap an' Nasty
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Top Remixes

1. Fool for Your Loving '89
2. Slip of the Tongue
3. Now You're Gone
1. Fool for Your Loving '89
2. Now You're Gone
3. Slip of the Tongue


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