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After a major personnel shift, Whitesnake released 1984's Slide It In , a platinum album. The following album, Whitesnake 1987, was another huge success, driven by the power ballad "Is This Love" and the hit single, "Here I Go Again".
The band was reformed again for Slip of the Tongue (1989), which featured Steve Vai; the record did not sell well in spite of that. 1990 saw a Greatest Hits album, but other than that the band was dormant until 1997. In that year, an album called Restless Heart was released, though not in the United States. Since then Whitesnake has only released an unplugged Japan show Starkers In Tokyo .
In 2003 Whitesnake regrouped for a 25-year celebration tour.
- David Coverdale's Whitesnake (1976) (Coverdale Solo)
- Northwinds (1977) (Coverdale Solo)
- Snakebite (1978)
- Trouble (1978)
- Lovehunter (1979)
- Ready And Willing (1980)
- Live...In The Heart Of The City (1981)
- Come an Get It (1982)
- Saints n' Sinners (1983)
- Slide It In (1984)
- Whitesnake 1987 (1987)
- Slip Of The Tongue (1989)
- Coverdale/Page (1993) (Coverdale with Jimmy Page)
- Restless Heart (1997)
- Starkers In Tokyo (1997)
- Into The Light (2001) (Coverdale Solo)
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