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Artist: Dokken

Title: Dokken

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Victor (Japan)

Catalog Number: VICP-8140


Don Dokken lead vocals, production
George Lynch lead guitars
Jeff Pilson bass
Wild Mick Brown drums
Michael Wagener production


1.  What Price  
2.  Shadows Of Life  
3.  Long Way Home  
4.  The Maze  
5.  Nothing Left To Say  
6.  Lesser Of Two Evils  
7.  Inside Looking Out  
8.  Sweet Chains  
9.  Too High Too Fly  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: February 17, 2004 at 14:40
This is the same album as Dysfunctional (less 1 track) A solid if uninspiring album until you get to 'Too High To FLy'. Play this track as LOUD as you can and if you dont chuckle to yourself and play pretend drums then your already DEAD!!!!! This one track makes amends for the entire Shadowlife Cd IT ROCKS!!!!! And it makes my missus horny!!

From: Cruise Date: February 21, 2004 at 21:30
This is just 'Dysfunctional' with a less polished mix and one less track. A good album but not one of their classics. Still a million times better than most od the crap that came out in '94. 8/10

From: Metal T Date: May 12, 2004 at 21:34
This is a must-have if you're a true Dokken' fan.This is a stripped down,rawer version of 'Dysfunctional'.I know the domestic version of 'Dysfunctional' has taken alot of sh*t from critics & fans,but there are some damn good tunes on both of these.'Too High' f**king cranks and 'The Maze' & 'Nothing Left' have some great melodic vocals from Don'and some cool fretwork from George.This Jap-Import,like the domestic issue is a far cry from 'Attack' or 'Tooth',--The 1 to avoid is Shadow Sh*t'.

From: jack Date: August 11, 2004 at 6:45
This album is worse than what dokken's produced in the 80's. Even breaking the chain album is much better than this one. But still its almost as good as cinderella's still climbing.

From: Propane Date: December 1, 2004 at 13:06
I don't care what anyone says, Don is brilliant! Just because of Too high to fly, Buy this!!! Great song which took it back to basics. Great job, guys.

From: ThunderDan Date: June 10, 2008 at 23:35
Can people count?? This is minus TWO songs from Dysfunctional (Hole In My Head & From The Beginning).

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