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Only To Rise
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FRCD 675
|Ebay Average Price: $12.99 |
Michael Sweet lead vocals, additional guitars|
George Lynch guitars
James Lomenzo bass
Brian Tichy drums
|1. ||The Wish ||3:38|
|2. ||Dying Rose ||3:41|
|3. ||Love Stays ||4:34|
|4. ||Time Will Tell ||3:51|
|5. ||Rescue Me ||4:13|
|6. ||Me Without You ||4:02|
|7. ||Recover ||3:42|
|8. ||Divine ||4:18|
|9. ||September ||4:17|
|10. ||Strength in Numbers ||3:18|
|11. ||Hero-Zero ||4:11|
|12. ||Only To Rise ||3:43|
|13. ||Me Without You Alternate Version - Japanese Bonus Track |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Metal T
||Date: July 25, 2015 at 0:29|
|The only thing dumber then the cover artwork are all the comments ive read elsewhere from people claiming this release is better then anything 'Dokken' has done since the 80's...ha ha man what a load.
||Date: January 3, 2017 at 17:31|
|I just picked this up and would have to agree with Metal T. It's not a bad album, Sweet is such a polished singer and Lynch has his moments (with Tichy and Lomenzo filling out the rest), but it sort of falls flat, IMO. The opening track gets you going, and then it just sort of plateaus...
||Date: January 29, 2017 at 12:51|
|I really struggled with this release for many reasons. Sweet is so distinctive (STRYPER and Solo) and LYNCH ...well, he's LYNCH. The issue with this team-up record is that I cannot tell who I am listening too because it doesn't diverse itself or set out to separate itself from their moniker namesakes. Am I listening to STRYPER? DOKKEN? LYNCH solo album? Don't know? While I won't take away from the songs themselves - because the album is good for what it is, but sonically this is all over the place ...STRYPER/KMX/LYNCH...but most of the time I feel like this is a STRYPER feat. George Lynch on guitar. Which overall doesn't mesh that well IMO. HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #2,4,5,8,10,11. MY RATING: 70/100.
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