- Audio CD (9 Feb. 2011)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Import
- ASIN: B001G9FFNQ
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 98,609 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Tooth & Nail
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Presenting Dokken "Tooth and Nail" from the Flashback collection. Its original artists, and original collections rereleased a great price.
Top customer reviews
Any way this is an amazing heavy metal album, crammed with dynamics and great song writing. The scorching intro "Without warning"? I mean how many guitarists wish they could have written an album intro like that! "Into the fire" is layered very well, a theme which would continue even further on their next album "Under lock and key". Layers and dynamics, is often what makes metal work. Just ask Def Leppard. "Bullets to spare" could have easily have been a hit in my opinion. I mean it doesn't suck compared to anything Poison or Ratt were releasing around the same time does it? "Just got lucky" has that excellent lead to start the song, with gyrating power chords in the verse. Don Dokken's voice stands out on this track. Of course he sounds amazing on the entire album, but this one stands out for me personally.
The title track "Tooth and nail" has an amazing speed metal riff that rips through proceedings. I would consider this more of a fan song, because this is by no means a ballad or anthem, this is fast sleazy rock, casual Dokken fans probably don't revisit it often. And the finger tapping section before an epic lead, just clarifies this bands heavy metal song writing dominance among some of their peers. This album is a cracker all around. Hope you enjoy as much as I have done all these years.
all tracks have been given a new 24 bit remastering mix
and i tell you what the sound quality is amazing, very nice bass & treble mix on all tracks
the old Rhino CD was no remastered at all, it sounded terrible & flat
it doesn't stop there
Rock candy have added 2 new bonus tracks a single edit of Just got Lucky & a LIVE track from Japan
plus a new 16 page booklet on the making of Tooth and nail which has new retrospective interviews with Don Dokken & other members
plus rare photos in the booklet aswell
Rock candy have also given the same 24 bit remastering treatment with other Dokken albums from the 80's
BREAKING THE CHAIN, TOOTH AND NAIL, UNDER LOCK & KEY AND BACK FOR THE ATTACK which was just released on CD
these 4 Dokken albums also have new 16 page booklets containing new interviews with Don Dokken
sadly only some of the albums have been given bonus tracks
TOOTH AND NAIL, BACK FOR THE ATTACK have the bonus tracks
for some reason Breaking the chain, Under lock & key don't have any
but nethertheless it's time to upgrade to new remastered Dokken, scrap the old Rhino cd versions
5 stars for this classic album, and 5 stars for this new re-issue by Rock candy based on the sound quality & new booklet
How it never sold 20 million records we will never know. Maybe a touch too much blusher?
This is definitive Dokken, as they used to say back then . . . . buy or die.