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Slave To The Empire
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|From: Metal T
||Date: November 19, 2012 at 15:49|
|Wildly overhyped.This was really being talked up by many of the know-it-alls in the rock/metal media as being this stellar,great material.The modern-tinged original tunes on here are as unmemorable as the vox are flat and lifeless.The album itself plays like one of those Deadline/Cleopatra releases that are filled w/ a potpouri of diff material.No wonder Oni Logan passed on these songs.The remakes play like a karaoke-tribute record save for what i think is an excellent version of 'Into The Fire'.Imo,If anything this record proves what a unique,important and driving force Don Dokken really was all those years.Expected ALOT more from this one especially considering the talent involved.
||Date: December 10, 2012 at 12:18|
|The covers are completely unnecessary and only Alone Again with Bach and Into The Fire with Pilson are any good. The new songs are hit and miss with Slave to the Empire being the stand out.
||Date: September 22, 2015 at 12:59|
|DOKKEN in 2015??
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