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Smoke This

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Album Review

After leaving Dokken a second time, guitarist George Lynch reconvened his early-'90s outfit Lynch Mob and recorded 1999's Smoke This, releasing it just a few months after Dokken's lackluster Erase the Slate. Lynch was always the musical backbone of Dokken, so it's no surprise that Smoke This is better executed than its counterpart, with high points generally outstripping those of Erase the Slate. That's not to say that Smoke This is an unqualified success, though; for all of Lynch's technical wizardry and unpredictable soloing tangents, he's primarily an instrumentalist rather than a songwriter, and that shows in both the album's lesser material and the somewhat journeyman-like nature of even the higher-quality songs here. It's solid and professional at its best, which makes it worthwhile for longtime Lynch fans, even if there are no real surprises here.

Biography

Formed: 1989

Genre: Rock

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

After Dokken broke up in 1989, George Lynch formed his own band, the Lynch Mob, with Dokken drummer Mick Brown. The band went through several personnel shifts and failed to meet commercial and sometimes musical expectations. Lynch called it quits and devoted his time to a 1993 solo...
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