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Don, Back for the Attack.

while Don's voice never quite hits the notes of days gone by he has rediscovered his passion and boy how it shows, the songs are tight, concise and absolutely in your face, Jon Levin' guitar playing is superbly controlled, bursting with energy but never overpowering, sublime blistering solos augment tight arrangements with no waste, every track is a blinder, Dokken ARE BACK.
This album could fit between Tooth and Nail and Under Lock and Key its that good.
Now please come to the UK Don and play some gigs here.

Dokken Back To Their Best - almost!

Apparently this is to be the final studio album from a band that sat at the pinnacle of my Rock God charts back in the 80's and, to be honest thats, where they've stayed - albeit due to past glories as opposed to the more experimental albums released more recently. Don't get me wrong, every Dokken album has its moments but to my mind they will never better Breakin' The Chains, ;Tooth & Nail', 'Under Lock And Key' and 'Back For The Attack'. But then again, that was their time.

So, here we are with 'Broken Bones'. I can't help listening to this album and feeling as if the curtain is closing for the final time. Don's silky vocals still fit the tracks like a velvet glove albeit without the high range of yester year and some of the tracks could indeed have graced those early classics. 'Empire', for starters, is 'Tooth & Nail' brought bang up to date while 'Best Of Me' is the new 'In My Dreams'. But, as with Dokkens more recent offerings, there is a splattering of new direction thrown in which to me upsets the rhythm. Can we blame them? That said, its those classic tracks that take me back to their hayday. So it is somewhat fitting that the tracks at the back end of the album take me back to those glory days. 'Burning Tears', 'For The Last Time' and 'Tonight' all have Dokken's signature hard rock and melody. George Lynch is long gone but Jon Levin IS the new Lynch and his guitars on my personal fave 'Fade Away' pay hommage on a track that should have graced 'Back For The Attack.

I'd have had this as a new Dokken classic if all the tracks had taken me back to days gone by. In fairness it does in places and, even when it doesn't, I still get it! Thanks for the memories guys - you wil be sadly missed!!

broken bones

in parts this band sound to me like saxon not the singer but in the music these guys were good but not as good as saxon or iron maden but sorry to see them go away thanks.


Formed: 1978 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

At a time when the charts were ruled by pop-metal acts, Dokken was a major attraction throughout the 1980s. With vocalist Don Dokken's captivating stage presence and guitarist George Lynch's high-energy style, the band combined rockers such as "Kiss of Death" and power ballads such as "Alone Again" in order to create a number of best-selling albums. Dokken's roots date back to the late '70s, when Lynch, along with drummer Mick Brown, teamed up with Don Dokken to form the Boyz. In 1981, Don moved...
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