WANTED: Whitesnake – Lovehunter (1979) & Starkers In Tokyo (1997)


Whitesnake – Lovehunter (1979)

This is a quick add in to my WANTED list. I own this CD but I need a replacement because there is a big scratch on the disc! I was playing it the other night and about halfway through it started skipping like crazy! Pulled it out and noticed the scratch. I’m usually on top of these things and I have no idea how it got scratched, maybe when we moved into this house? I tried a CD fixer but it didn’t work…..so it goes on the list! This is also one of my favorite album covers of all time.

Whitesnake – Starkers In Tokyo (1997)

I’ve passed on this live unplugged album for a long time. I’ve seen it plenty of times in the local record shops but, because it’s a Japanese import, the price ranges from $20-$30 depending on the store. It’s just David Coverdale singing and Adrian Vandenberg on acoustic guitar performing for a small audience in Tokyo, Japan. I’m a sucker for “unplugged” albums so this is something I want to hear.

9 comments on “WANTED: Whitesnake – Lovehunter (1979) & Starkers In Tokyo (1997)

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  3. I remember when David Coverdale and Adrian Vandenberg came to Tokyo for the concert that was recorded for this album.

    I didn’t go to the show but I saw them on TV here promoting the concert and they played a couple songs on TV. I wasn’t impressed…so I never bought the album.
    (Whitesnake has gone downhill since 1990, in my opinion).

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