Forgive me this remark, but I think in this case Frontiers Records are really milking the cow dry so to speak. Shortly after releasing the live album ‘Made In Japan’, they’re now releasing yet another live album ‘Made In Britain’. And to make matters worse these recordings stem from the same tour as the ‘Made In Japan’ album.
So does it add something to Whitesnake’s repertorium? I’m not sure, but I’ve got the slight impression that the songs on this album have just a tad more energy than those on the ‘Made In Japan’ album.