2LP Versions Will Be Available On May 20

CD/Blu-ray Will Be Available On June 3

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Whitesnake continues to revisit its multi-platinum career as it remixes some of its biggest hits for a new collection that spotlights updated versions of classic tracks like “Still Of The Night,” “Here I Go Again,” and “Is This Love.” Shortly after the new album’s arrival, the band will hit the road one last time for “Whitesnake: The Farewell Tour.”

WHITESNAKE GREATEST HITS will be available today on digital and streaming services and as a CD. A 180-gram black vinyl double-LP will be available on May 20. The CD/Blu-ray set will be available on June 3.

Whitesnake founder and lead singer David Coverdale had 16 tracks remixed and remastered for this collection. He explains: “We’ve definitely expanded on the original Greatest Hits, took them all out of the sonic time capsule of the ’80s and ’90s, and brought them up to date, sound-wise … as always, we have the original albums for those who consider them holy relics.”

Keyboardist Derek Sherinian, who also appeared on Whitesnake’s recent Red, White and Blues trilogy, adds Hammond organ to more than half the songs on the collection. His scorching contributions can be heard on the #1 smash “Here I Go Again,” “Fool For Your Loving,” “You’re Gonna Break My Heart Again,” and more. New performances by former Whitesnake guitarist Adrian Vandenberg can also be heard on “The Deeper The Love” and “Judgement Day”

from the 1989 album, Slip of the Tongue.

Along with those new additions, Coverdale also went back to the vault to unearth vintage performances by guitarist John Sykes that didn’t appear on the original recordings, including a solo on “Slide It In” and rhythm guitar on “Give Me All Your Love.”

WHITESNAKE GREATEST HITS focuses extensively on three blockbuster albums the band released during the 1980s: 1984’s Slide It In (2x platinum), 1987’s Whitesnake (8x platinum), and 1989’s Slip of the Tongue (platinum). But the collection goes deeper with songs like “Sweet Lady Luck,” a b-side on the 12” single for “The Deeper The Love,” and “Forevermore,” the title track from the band’s 2011 album.

Whitesnake will embark upon a farewell tour in May with special guest, Europe. The first leg of “Whitesnake: The Farewell Tour” will start on May 10 in Dublin. Coverdale said: “I pray every day we can all make this happen & once again, share unforgettable evenings together & celebrate the amazing journey we have been on for almost 50 years!!!”


CD/Blu-ray Track Listing:

“Still Of The Night”

“Here I Go Again”

“Is This Love”

“Give Me All Your Love”

“Love Ain’t No Stranger”

“Slide It In”

“Slow An’ Easy”

“Guilty Of Love”

“Fool For Your Loving”

“Judgment Day”

“The Deeper The Love”

“Now You’re Gone”

“You’re Gonna Break My Heart Again”

“Sweet Lady Luck”

“Crying In The Rain”


Whitesnake: The Farewell Tour

May 10            3Arena                                                Dublin, Ireland

May 12            SEC (SSE Hydro Arena)                    Glasgow, Scotland

May 14            Utilita Arena                                       Newcastle, England

May 16            The O2 Arena                                    London, England

May 18            AO Arena                                            Manchester, England

May 20            Motorpoint Arena                               Nottingham, Englan

May 22            Utilita Arena                                       Birmingham, England

May 25            Motorpoint Arena                               Cardiff, Wales

May 27            Arena                                                  Oberhausen, Germany

May29             KB Hall                                               Copenhagen, Denmark

May 31            Partille Arena                                      Gothenburg, Sweden

June 2              Tjuvholmen Arena                              Hamar, Norway

June 4              Hovet                                                  Stockholm, Sweden

June 6              Ice Hall                                               Helsinki, Finland

June 8              Saku Arena                                         Tallin, Estonia

June 10            Aren                                                    Kaunas            , Lithuania

June 12            Tauron Arena                                      Krakow, Poland

June 14            O2 Universum                                     Prague, Czech Republic

June 19            Zenith                                                  Munich, Germany

June 21            Samsung Hall                                      Zurich, Switzerland

June 28            Lorenzini                                             Milan, Italy

June 30            Alcatraz                                               Vienna, Austria

July 2              SRC Salata                                          Zagreb, Croatia

July 4              Barba Negra                                        Budapest, Hungary

July 6              Tasmajdan Park                                  Belgrade, Serbia

July 9              Technopolis                                         Athens, Greece

July 12            Arm Stadium                                      Skopje, Macedonia

July 14            Midalidare Wine Festival                   Mogilovoa, Bulgaria

July 16            Romexpo                                             Bucharest, Romania

July 19            Skenderija                                           Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina