2011 disputed Whitesnake one of her most successful tours - more than 96 performances in 35 different countries around the world. The demand for a more live album came from the incredible Whitesnake fans, which are known to not shy but persistent, when it comes to the musical outpourings of her favorite reptiles ... So it was that before it went on the 'Forevermore World Tour 2011' the decision was taken to include every single show on the tour. After the first half of the year was spent from 2012 so that by the production team "The Brutal Brothers", DC, Doug & Mikey Mac 'Made In Japan' to mix, they had the task to sift through 90 shows and more than 130 hours of footage. Inspired by the 9 sold-out UK shows and the 87 other shows around the world, the CD 'Made In Britain' & was their accompanying CD 'The World Record' born. The recent ' Forevermore 'songs are the Whitesnake classics in every way,' Is This Love ',' Still Of The Night 'and' Here I Go Again ', all presented with the same feverish energy before remarkably enthusiastic audience from Newcastle to Sao Paolo ... Once more Whitesnake the young and the old fans exactly what they delivered to all longed ... & there is no doubt this is Whitesnake at its finest!
Pistols At Dawn "," Snake Dance "(Hammer blues with a guitar Inferno) or" Can You "for this part of the biplane songs Nonetheless impress pieces as were selected, which one would rather hardly give opportunities in a Whitesnake concert for customization." Hear The Wind Blow "without compromise." (Good Times, August / September 2013) FFM-Rock: "140 minutes tingling intensive live atmosphere (! goose bumps warranty, the fans sing along even complete song choruses alone) with strong sound for superb audio enjoyment. Whitesnake fans will be on the rich live gourmet bites have a lot of fun! " Bleeding4metal. de (9 of 10): "'Made in Britain / The World Record' is therefore also be an asset if you already are a whole Whitesnake Live collection in the closet." Music Reviews. en: "This double live full-service really is just such a and short duty for the fan - torn spite of his purse - as well as anyone, the rich hard rock, want to hear outstanding craftsmanship and play horny musician with great songs before a large auditorium ()."