Super historic album.
It marks the point in Whitesnake history where David Coverdale started to run out of innuendos and he just started re-using ones from earlier in his career.
It is also unique in the pop Whitesnake discography (everything up to Lovehunter is usually considered trve blves Whitesnake) in the sense that David Coverdalee was willing to take the massive risk to go back to the older Whitesnake style of "Only two songs with 'love' in their title on every album instead of three"
Trouble; "Love to Keep You Warm", "The Time is Right For Love"
Ready an' Willing; "Fool for Your Loving", "Love Man"
Come an' Get It; NO SONGS FEATURING LOVE IN THE TITLE, HOLY SHIT
Saints 'N' Sinners; "Love and Affection", "Victim of Love"
Slide It In; 'Hungry for Love", "Guilty of Love", "Love ain't no Stranger"
S/T; "Give Me All Your Love", "Looking For Love", 'Is This Love"
Slip of the Tongue; "Fool For Your Loving", "The Deeper the Love"
Restless Heart; "All In the Name of Love", "Your Precious Love"
Good to Be Bad; "All For Love", "Lay Down Your Love", "A Fool In Love"
Forevermore; "Love Will Set You Free", "Love and Treat Me Right"
That's my one complaint with Whitesnake actually. Going back down to two was too boldly progressive. I feel like they might not have enough songs with 'love' in the title.
Sometimes people will say things like, "The only good Whitesnake album is Lovehunter, his Deep Purple output was way better, Whitesnake is 20% good and 80% stale as fuck."
But I say, "Counterpoint, there definitely weren't enough songs with 'Love" in the title during his time in DP".