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Come an' Get It (1981)

Come An' Get It

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Come an' Get It is a studio album by the English hard rock band Whitesnake, released in 1981. It is the bands fourth album and was, at the time, Whitesnake's highest-charting release in the UK, hitting #2 and being kept off the top spot by Adam and the Ants' Kings of the Wild Frontier.

"Don't Break My Heart Again" and "Would I Lie to You" were released as singles, the former making the UK Top 20.

EMI remastered the CD in 2007, adding six bonus tracks.

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Come an' Get It Whitesnake       03:58
1-2 Hot Stuff Whitesnake       03:22
1-3 Don't Break My Heart Again Whitesnake       04:01
1-4 Lonely Days, Lonely Nights Whitesnake       04:14
1-5 Wine, Women An' Song Whitesnake       03:43
1-6 Child of Babylon Whitesnake       04:50
1-7 Would I Lie to You Whitesnake       04:30
1-8 Girl Whitesnake       03:54
1-9 Hit an' Run Whitesnake       03:21
1-10 Till the Day I Die Whitesnake       04:27
1-11 11 Whitesnake       00:00
1-12 Girl Whitesnake       03:54
1-13 Come an' Get It Whitesnake       03:58
1-14 Lonely Days, Lonely Nights Whitesnake       04:14
1-15 Till the Day I Die Whitesnake       04:27

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