10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

novemberland1 ,

Fiesty...

Listening to Dokken's first four LPs reveals just how clearly, with each subsequent release, their sound coalesced to become increasingly both bolder and more refined. "Tooth and Nail", their second release, is much tougher sounding set of tunes than their debut "Breaking the Chains". Don's performances are confident and his distinctive tenor is still in bloom and George Lynch's playing is simply ferocious. While the production is unfortunately marred the 80's love of reverb and the shotgun snare sounds, the songs are all very good and cleverly arranged with some truly sparkling moments.
The radio hits "Alone Again", "Into the Fire"and "Just Got Lucky" are all classics, but there is much more to this record. "Heartless Heart", "When Heaven Comes Down" and the title track are absolute killers as well. It's a raw and youthful record by a very talented band...it sounded amazing in 1984 when it was released...still sound good today!

patriotsfan413 ,

This is the Quintessential 80' Album

I have owned the CD, and cassette of this fabulous album since it first came out. The original CD was $39.95 in March of 1984. The best songs of Dokkens recording career were done on this album. "Alone Again" and Don't Close Your Eyes" are the best of the best. "Just Got Lucky" and "Heartless Heart" are also very enjoyable. Production is crisp and the George Lynch riffs are totally awesome. Great work, Dokken.

396chevelle ,

jeffshaw67

thanks for remastering this album I tunes, this is the best this album has sounded.

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