11 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
27 Ratings
27 Ratings
Colts In '09 ,

Changed My Mind

So I previously reviewed this record when it first came out and didn’t give it a chance. I went back and listened to the first 2 Lynch Mob records and then this record a few times and it fits in really well. My opinion has completely changed. This is a great record, it just may take a couple listens to get into it.

Chinesemuchacho ,

Solid effort.

I will say that the first song, Leap Of Faith didnt leap out at me, but after listneing to the album 10 times now, it has grown on me and is a solid effort. Rumor had it that after the songs were written, George and Mick reached out to Don to ask if he wanted this to be a Dokken album, in which he declined. Too Bad. This is a solid album and Don would have put a different spin on it. However, Mason's voice is much stronger than Don's in his old age and he performs wonderfully here. Don has lost his ability to carry a tune in harmonies anymore. At least from what I have heard of him in the past few years. I really enjoy this album, its a cross of LynchMob and Dokken. It doesnt break any new mold, but it does sound good.

MR AFINKE ,

New Material, New Memories to create

Melodic but, Heavy Guitars and Drums. Dokken and Lynch Mob had a baby born with this Album. Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown remain in outstanding shape!! Drums are hard and Pilson bass lines are creative. Pilson voice is superb. Why talking about the past?? Mason is a super beast on vocals and the perfect match for this successful musical formula. They are keeping rock alive. I only wish that George Lynch solos were as intense as it was, that is my only complaint. I feel like George is holding and not letting the solos to be more aggressive. I like this melodic version of Lynch Mob second album.