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Dysfunctional Original recording remastered
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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, 7 Nov 2011
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2 June 2015
Format: Audio CD
Dokken did it again with this strong collection of fine rocksongs, plenty of guitarwork bij George Lynch and, to my surprise, a splendid cover of Greg Lake's "In het Beginning" , an acoustic ballad (from Emerson Lake and Palmer "Trilogy album of 1973). Besides several songs in true Dokken style, with as highlight "Too High to Fly" the band shows something altogether new and different with album closer "What Price", a very powerrocker, which cannot be compared with any other song by Dokken. It is more trashmetal, and a proof Dokken could by far more then they showed, although most fans would'nt appreciatie this as an overal style. It is a shame George Lynch, a very gifted guitarplayer, left the band by this time, but the album is not a swang song but a good way to depart and go separate paths. Recommended.
28 November 2015
Format: Audio CD
A real comeback special. Now, this comeback is pretty much 21 years old now, which is mad seeing as the band split about 6 years before this. And it only seems like yesterday this comeback happened. And it is great - quality songwriting, production, variety etc. Dokken in 1980's was pretty good, but this is masterful. A mature effort that remains a fitting legacy, by any stretch their best. A pity they could not carry on to such standard afterwords.
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