Guilty of Love (Whitesnake song)
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|"Guilty of Love"|
|from the album Slide It In|
|Released||13 August 1983|
Whitesnake singles chronology
Even though the song is featured on the album Slide It In, it was actually released a year prior. The song was performed at 1983 Monsters of Rock festival and was the only new song in the band's set, but the entire Slide It In album was supposed to be released in time for the festival. The song was just released, so that the band could have something to promote the new album.
Notable is that the two songs on this single are the only released material from the first sessions for the Slide It In album with producer Eddie Kramer. Kramer was dismissed and the album re-recorded with Martin Birch as producer.
A music video was also made, which is compiled from different live performances, some of which are taken from the 1983 Monsters of Rock show.
- "Guilty of Love" - 3:18 (Coverdale)
- "Gambler" - 3:50 (Coverdale/Mel Galley)
- David Coverdale – lead vocals, percussion
- Micky Moody – guitars
- Mel Galley – guitars, backing vocals
- Colin Hodgkinson – bass
- Jon Lord – keyboards
- Cozy Powell – drums
- "Whitesnake - Guilty Of Love". Chart Stats. 1983-08-13. Retrieved 2012-01-06.
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