With their third album, Once Bitten…, Great White finally perfected their blend of bluesy Aerosmith grind and Van Halen hard rock flamboyance. It all comes to a head on "Rock Me," a minor hit single that brought them to a broader audience, but there are a couple of other moments – such as the sleazy "Lady Red Light" or "Save Your Love" – illustrating that Great White is more than a one-hit wonder. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic.com
"Once Bitten…" is the first album of British-Norwegian Hard rock supergroup The Snakes, released in August 1998. The Snakes feature Jorn Lande on vocals, ex-Whitesnake members Micky Moody and Bernie Marsden on guitars, Sid Ringsby (Jorn / TNT) on bass and Willy Bendiksen (Jorn) on drums. Great CD produced by Ronni Le Tekro (TNT guitarist) and heavily recommended for fans of Whitesnake.
Best-selling 80s hard rock band Great White present this unique collection of career highlights! Includes the hit singles Once Bitten, Twice Shy, Rock Me, Save Your Love and many more!…
Recovery: Live! is a live album released by the American hard rock band Great White originally in 1987. Several versions of the album were released, with variations in both covers and track listings…
A superb collection of fan favorites by blues rockin 80s metal icons, Great White! Includes the band's signature hits Once Bitten Twice Shy, Rock Me and Save Your Love plus covers of Led Zeppelin, Journey, AC/DC, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Van Halen, Mötley Crüe, Aerosmith and more!
Latest & Greatest is an album released by the American hard rock band Great White in 2000. It includes re-recordings of many of the bands' hits, with the exception of the live cover of Led Zeppelin's "In the Light", recorded on 16 December 1996 at the Galaxy Theatre of Santa Ana, California, of the 2 October 1999 live recording of "The Angel Song", taken at the House of Blues of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and of "Rollin' Stoned", presented in its original form.
Pure… Hard Rock collects 68 original hits featuring Alice Cooper ("Poison"), Deep Purple ("Smoke on the Water”), Boston ("More Than a Feeling”), Quiet Riot ("Cum on Feel the Noize”), Molly Hatchet ("Flirtin’ with Disaster”), and Journey ("Wheel in the Sky”). Tracks by Warrant, Journey, Judas Priest, Ratt, and Ted Nugent are also included on this four-disc compilation.
With …Twice Shy, Great White followed through on the promise of Once Bitten…, turning in a tight, hard-rocking album that featured well-chosen covers (Ian Hunter's "Once Bitten Twice Shy") and impressive originals that replicated the classic arena rock sound of the '70s ("House of Broken Love," "Mistah Bone"). The result was the band's best album and its most popular – the album broke into the Top Ten and sold over two million copies.
A cursory glance at Great White's discography would suggest that they don't need another compilation. But Capitol Records' 1993 kiss-off The Best of Great White: 1986-1992 was a skimpy set that omitted the Top 40 pop hit "The Angel Song" and other key tracks; Back to Back Hits was shared with April Wine and contained only five Great White tracks; the 2000 Best of Great White was a ten-track budget album from Capitol Special Markets; and Latest & Greatest consists of re-recordings. Thus, Greatest Hits is the first thorough compilation of the band's EMI and Capitol recordings, 1984-1992.