It might have been because I didn't know any better, but I loved Whitesnake in high school. And not all of that love came from ceaseless viewing of Tawny Kitaen in a sheer negligee, leaving snail tracks while flipping around the hood of a Jaguar.
One of the reasons I love YouTube is that I can get nostalgic. I found this video a couple weeks back. It's from a Whitesnake album in '97 that never saw release in the States. What I like about it, besides the soulful blues rock David Coverdale's traded in for nearly thirty years, is that, since they had no chance in hell of getting airplay in the States, they felt free to record whatever they wanted.