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|From: Metal T||Date: January 29, 2004 at 12:13|
|This kick-ass set from Dokken' sounds excellent,Lynch' shreds and Don Dokken delivers,but ive heard and have seen these guys sound alot better live'.When Don nailed the vocals and George was on,few could touch em' !|
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|From: Whiplash1972||Date: January 29, 2004 at 12:37|
|Right on Metal T! I've seen this disc get slagged in several places on the 'net, but it's really not a bad live recording. Of course, I think we could argue that Dokken didn't really need a 4th live CD put out, but hey,that's just Sanctuary/CMC trying to make an extra buck I suppose.Not as good as Beast From the East, or Live From the Sun, but still worth grabbing if you're a Dokken fan!|
|From: Christine||Date: January 29, 2004 at 18:13|
|The DVD is a little bit boring - you can tell things weren't going well between Don & George (surprise!!) and the band didn't interact very much. Sounds great, though...|
|From: Bizkit82||Date: February 7, 2004 at 22:07|
|Hey alright, Metal T likes something! I love this band and am always in awe every listen. George is such a great player. Let us not forget what a coffee can pounder Wild Mick Brown is! I will agree that Beast from The East is the quintessential Dokken live album to be had, but Dokken, when everyone is in a good mood, and Don has a voice, is definitely the sh~t! Keep on rockin with Dokken. How about one more reunion?? I'd go see it...|
|From: dokken6008||Date: November 22, 2004 at 15:31|
|No. No reunion. Please, no. Dokken has been there and done that. Don, Mick, Barry and Jon. Keep the band in its current state. Dokken doesn't need George Lynch. They've been down that road before--the whole reunion bit. It really worked on the Japanese s/t LP, 'Dysfunctional' and a good number of gigs, but 'Shadowlife' was the last straw. No more George--your time is up. Please. Goodbye, it was nice knowing you now let's move on to the future.|
|From: Propane||Date: December 1, 2004 at 13:17|
|The band now fares much better without George. They sound tired (maybe of Lynche's crap). I bought this and cherish it, only because I'm a die hard Dokken fan.|
|From: AHUEA||Date: January 14, 2005 at 10:39|
|I git this on dvd and i thought it would kick ass, but it's a rip off, bad audio, the image sucks, don sing like shit, george screws up, can't even hear the crowd, only good thing is the set list|
|From: Steve||Date: February 27, 2005 at 7:28|
|i totally agree with AHUEA. The sound recording sucks, Don didn't sing well, he missed most high notes, and I almost can't heard any interaction and the crowd's noise. And the worst thing is, there seems to be a lot of jitter on Alone Again and it's pretty irritating.|
|From: hair metal again||Date: July 3, 2009 at 5:34|
|excellent band ,solid sound,terrific setlist.come on guys our time is running out so be sure that you have heard the intro of "alone again" as played here.simply one of the best live moments for me in rock history.unbelievable|
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