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> Lightning Strikes Again, John Levin Vs George Lynch
post Apr 28 2008, 02:56 AM
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So the critics say he phrases as well as GL. rolleyes.gif Can JL bring back the sound that Dokken and Lynch made famous in 86' and beyond? what do you guys think?

Scheduled release date is May 13th. Up to this point, I've felt that all of their material has fell short of the likes of "Under Lock and Key", "Back For the Attack" ect. Lynch's style to me really put the exclamation point on the band.

I'd love to hear Daniel's take on the upcoming release. smile.gif

EDIT: And Don Quotes,
Singer Don Dokken says he set out to prove something with
Dokken's tenth studio album, LIGHTNING STRIKES AGAIN. Taking its
title from a track on the band s platinum 1985 classic Under Lock
& Key, the new songs bring the group's sound full circle. It s time
that a band from our era did something special and proved that
our brand of music is still valid, he says. Our goal was to create an
album that was our best since our heyday. Dokken returns to the
band's roots for its Rhino debut, LIGHTNING STRIKES AGAIN.
Mixed by Wyn Davis (Dio, Great White), the album features
Don Dokken (vocals), Mick Brown (drums), Jon Levin (guitar), and
Barry Sparks (bass). LIGHTNING STRIKES AGAIN contains 12 tracks,
including the breakout songs, Standing On The Outside, Oasis,
and Heart To Stone. The album captures the signature mix of
barbed-wire riffs and razor-sharp melodies that made Dokken
one of the most dominant creative and commercial forces in
the world of melodic hard rock.

This post has been edited by skennington: Apr 28 2008, 03:05 AM

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