- Chart Displacement: "Fool for Your Lovin'" is the band's best performing song on the Mainstream Rock charts and one of their four Top 40 songs in the Hot 100 - the others are the way better known "Here I Go Again" and "Is This Love". Also, "Love Ain't No Stranger" barely cracked the US and UK charts.
- Name's the Same: The first five of these appear in the same album (1987)!
- The song "Still of the Night" shares its name with a 1982 horror film starring Meryl Streep and Roy Scheider.
- Their most famous song is the soft love ballad (often called a silly love song, "Is this love". That is also a title of a Survivor song.
- They did a song (twice) called "Crying In The Rain"- which is the name of a completely different song by the Everly Brothers, the latter covered by A-Ha.
- They did a song called "Children Of The Night"- one of the more overused song titles (including those by Richard Marx and Survivor).
- Also overused was this title, "Bad Boys"- one of the bands that used the title for a different song was reggae band Inner Circle- and is also the name of a cop movie starring Will Smith.
- Not from 1987, but from Slide It In- "Standing in the Shadows"- glam/hair metal band Dokken did one.
- Old Shame: What David Coverdale thought of the earlier bluesy recordings of "Fool For Your Loving", "Here I Go Again" and "Crying In The Rain", in interviews during the band's hair metal days, although he nowadays claims to prefer the earlier versions to their better-known remakes.
- What Could Have Been: Before Tawny Kitaen was cast, the role of video vixen very nearly went to a pre-supermodeldom Claudia Schiffer.
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