11 Songs, 55 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
39 Ratings
39 Ratings

Must have for Lynch/Dokken Fans!

If you grew up with Dokken then you know their history. Im a HUGE Dokken fan (original line up only) and have to admit that Lynch Mobs first album kicked the Don Dokken release hands down. Neither has done much worth cheering about since. Sure, Dokken had a pretty good record with Reb Beach (Winger) and George has just missed with me on the rest of his stuff for the most part. I read that 3/4 of the original Lynch Mob line up were returning and held my breath. Well, here we have the long awaited follow up record to Wicked Sensation and it is CLASSIC George and Oni. George just has fantastic tone and shreds on this record and Oni has returned in full force. Too much to go on about on the entire record. My one and only negative would be the ballad Sun Red Sun. I like the subject matter of the tune however; the melody and structure just do not do it for me. The remaining songs are great so download or go buy the CD ASAP. Thanks George and Oni for a long over due record!

Label Guy Joe

Awesome Album!

Wow! They still have the magic! This is the best release since the early days and I love this line up!


Amazing cd

Great new cd from Lynch Mob. George's playing really is on fire these days

About Lynch Mob

An American hard rock/heavy metal outfit with a rotating cast of players, the aptly named Lynch Mob is the brainchild of guitar virtuoso -- and sole permanent member -- George Lynch. Founded in 1989 after the acrimonious split of Lynch's previous outfit, Dokken, the initial lineup of the group consisted of Lynch, Dokken drummer Mick Brown, bass player Anthony Esposito, and vocalist Oni Logan. Employing a muscular blend of hard rock, R&B, and blues, Lynch Mob issued their debut album, Wicked Sensation, in 1990 via Elektra. Logan would leave the group shortly after completing the tour in support of the LP, which led to the arrival of new vocalist Rob Mason, who made his debut two years later on the band's eponymous second full-length outing. Despite garnering critical praise, the album failed to break through, due in large part to the burgeoning grunge and alternative rock scene, which in 1992 was bursting at the seams. Lynch Mob officially disbanded three years later, and Lynch and Brown returned to Dokken for a short time. Lynch unveiled a completely retooled Lynch Mob in 1999 and released Smoke This, which saw the group adding rap metal to their résumé. 2003's REvolution marked the return of vocalist Rob Mason, and featured reworked versions of songs from the band's first two LPs, as well as some Lynch-era Dokken material. The band returned to the classic hard rock sound of their genesis for 2009's Oni Logan-fronted Smoke and Mirrors, which was released on Frontiers Records. 2014's Sun Red Sun, the band's sixth studio long-player, also featured Logan on vocals, as did 2015's Rebel, and 2017's The Brotherhood. ~ James Christopher Monger

Los Angeles, CA



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