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  • Audio CD (October 28, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino Flashback
  • ASIN: B001G9FFNQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,740 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Tooth and Nail(1984). Dokken's second studio album.
Once upon a time in 1983, a little known rock band emerged from nowhere called Dokken. This band would have been in danger of falling under obscurity, had the band not contained an outstanding guitarist named George Lynch and vocalist Don Dokken who showed excellent songwriting ability. With their first album, Breaking The Chains(1983), Don and crew delivered ten tracks of straight-up raw 80s hardrock, which brought them a bit of attention by the public.
It wasn't until their sophomore effort, Tooth And Nail in which Dokken began to climb the success ladder. The band decided to try a slightly different approach to the music on this album. Don Dokken always leaned more towards music that appeals to teenage girls, while Lynch tended to go for the heavy metal sound. Whatever the case may be, Lynch seemed to have more of an impact on T&N's sound than any other album because this one is easily Dokken's heaviest release. The guitars let out more of a crunch here than ever before and since. It may not have the excellent production of future releases, but it succeeded in delivering balls-to-the-wall heavy hair-metal. Here's a look at each of T&N's tracks:
1) Without Warning- A short instrumental intro which makes use of an accoustic-guitar rhythm, Lynch's soloing, and dark background synthesizers which when combined, create a very haunting piece. It breaks off into the next track... ****
2) Tooth And Nail- ...which EXPLODES with a sheer speed metal assault! Probably the fastest and heaviest Dokken song ever written before and since, it contains an outstanding guitar-tapping solo later on. Sounds very similar to the Judas Priest song 'Ram It Down'.
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This was the CD that first introduced me to Dokken, and what an introduction it was! I first heard Dokken when they first played "Into The Fire" on Metal Shop (which I would listen to on Friday nights on WNEW New York) back in '84. I was instantly impressed with the way George Lynch goes from the soft acoustic guitar at the beginning of the song to the rip-roaring crunchy electric guitar during the rest of it. I was also impressed by the combination of said crunchy guitar and the smooth and melodic vocals of Don Dokken, as well as the heavy bass-and-drums of Jeff Pilsson and Mick Brown. It didn't take me long before I was hearing "Into The Fire" in my sleep.
Then, in just a few short weeks, I started hearing "Just Got Lucky" which is a more conventional straight-ahead rocker. But I absolutely knew that I had to buy the album when Metal Shop started playing THE power ballad "Alone Again." I fell in love with that song right away!! It was something that I had never heard before: Usually, when a hard rock/heavy metal band did a ballad, it would be really soft all the way through (like "Beth" by Kiss, "Only Women Bleed" by Alice Cooper, and "Straight From The Heart" by Bryan Adams, for example). Not THIS song! It starts out acoustic and slow, gets heavy, then soft again, and then gets really heavy (with a guitar solo and all) before coming to a soft finish, all while maintaining the same slow pace of the ballad. Again, this was something that I had NEVER heard before, and it was something that has been incessantly copied since by other HM bands. In fact, I had never even heard the term "power ballad" before, so I KNOW that this song marked the inception of it.
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I'm reviewing the Rock Candy Remastered and Reloaded CD. First be aware that all the downloadable stuff is the original CD that was poorly mastered and dull sounding. The remastered version is only available on the CD. Anything you download will not be the remastered version even if that is what you bought and then used Amazon's free download until the CD arrives. The remastered version is better than the original version. The overbearing drums have been tamed down a bit in the mix. I do wish the guitars had a little more sizzle added via EQ work, but it is still a solid bit of work that I recommend. Only one of the two additional songs are worth it IMHO. Alone Again Live was great. Buy the remastered version. It's worth the extra dough.
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This is Dokken's best album ever. Tooth And Nail, When Heaven Comes Down, Turn On The Action, Into The Fire, Just Got Lucky and Don't Close Your Eyes are all classics. The album had 3 huge hits and some of the best lead guitar work ever. Don's vocals and lyrics are excellent and the rythym section is tight and both Mick brown and Jeff Pilson contribute excellent backing vocals. this album is much more mature and heavier than Breaking The Chains and was Dokken's first really popular album. If you like melodic music, heavy music, hair metal, great vocals or virtuoso guitar playing than get this album.
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Dokken were one of the few bands in hair-metal era that actually managed to stand out and be distinguishable from a lot of their contemporaries. "Tooth and Nail" is probably their best effort and it's great deal of fun! It made plenty of trips to my turntable in the 80's and I'm glad it's available in CD now! And for all you ex-80's metalheads out there, like yours truly? It's a nice big hunk of metal nostalgia. Don Dokken's unique voice and George Lynch's blinding guitar compliment each other quite nicely. And the drums and bass hold everything together like crazy glue. Lynch manages to shift with little or no effort between different styles and moods -- thick, churning blues riffs, speedy stacatto solos and acoustic tracks and so on. The high points, IMHO, are "Alone Again", "When Heaven Comes Down" and "Don't Close Your Eyes." So, break out your denim, leather, bandannas and your hairspray. This one's a real treat!
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