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Dokken - Tooth and Nail

Artist...............: Dokken
Album................: Tooth and Nail
Genre................: Heavy Metal
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1984
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: FLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 66 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment

Ripped by............: Warlordhunter on 9/17/2008
Posted by............: Warlordhunter on 9/17/2008

Included.............: NFO, PLS, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front, Leaflet


1. (00:01:35) Dokken - Without Warning
2. (00:03:40) Dokken - Tooth and Nail
3. (00:04:34) Dokken - Just Got Lucky
4. (00:03:30) Dokken - Heartless Heart
5. (00:04:10) Dokken - Don't Close Your Eyes
6. (00:03:44) Dokken - When Heaven Comes Down
7. (00:04:27) Dokken - Into the Fire
8. (00:03:36) Dokken - Bullets to Spare
9. (00:04:20) Dokken - Alone Again
10. (00:04:44) Dokken - Turn on the Action

Playing Time.........: 00:38:20
Total Size...........: 258.74 MB

NFO generated on.....: 9/17/2008 8:49:51 PM

Tooth and Nail is the second studio album by heavy metal band Dokken,
released in 1984 through Elektra Records . The album has sold over a million
copies in US and overall, 3 million copies worldwide. The album reached #49
on the Billboard 200 U.S. album chart.

Dokken is an American heavy metal and hard rock band that was formed in
1978. The group accumulated numerous charting singles and selling more
than 10 million albums worldwide. While the band became associated with
bands like Mötley Crüe, Ratt, Quiet Riot and Cinderella their traditional style
never set them apart or gained them much notoriety outside of the "hair"
metal style. Though some have insisted that Dokken produced an image that
was somewhat "glam," the band insists that its music, due largely to the style
of guitarist George Lynch, was traditionally heavy with technical expertise,
and the band relied much less on a "glam" image than later glam metal bands
such as Poison and Warrant, focusing more on the musical aspect.

Dokken was composed of founder Don Dokken on vocals, George Lynch on
lead guitars, Juan Croucier on bass, and Mick Brown on drums. In 1983
Croucier left Dokken in order to form Ratt and was replaced by Jeff Pilson.
Currently, Dokken and Brown remain from the original lineup. After several
personnel changes on guitar, Dokken's attorney Jon Levin stepped in to fill
the role in 2004. In 2001, Barry Sparks replaced Jeff Pilson on the bass

In 2008, Dokken returned to the mainstream music scene with their first
studio album in four years titled Lightning Strikes Again. The album was
critically acclaimed and it gave the band a return to the charts when it
debuted at #133 on the Billboard Top 200 and became their highest charting
album since 1995. The album's success has been attributed to its sound which
is very similar to the band's material in the 1980s.

Band history

Early Years
Dokken was first formed around 1978 when Don Dokken teamed up with Jim
Monanteras, Greg Leon, and Mick Brown. Prior to this, Don had been playing
club shows in the Los Angeles area billed as "Airborn", but had to change it to
Dokken because another band with the same name had already acquired a
record deal. In 1979, Don Dokken flew to Germany to sing background vocals
on the upcoming Scorpions album in order to assist the band's vocalist Klaus
Meine who was suffering from a vocal ailment. While there, the band Accept
was recording in another studio, and its manager was able to secure Don a
deal with Carrere Records. Breaking the Chains was first released with this
label in Germany under the name "Don Dokken", but shortly after Don met up
with George Lynch and Mick Brown, who were playing a band called Xciter at
the time. With the addition of Juan Croucier, Dokken finally had a steady line
-up. Meanwhile in the United States, manager Cliff Bernstein discovered that
Dokken was having success in Germany, and signed them in the United
States. The band did an arena tour in the United States with Blue Öyster Cult
in 1983, but when the tour was over the band was left with little money and
was nearly dropped from the label due to the album's lack of success.

While the band was very popular in Europe during this time, they had not yet
made it onto the charts in the United States. For United Kingdom rock fans,
Dokken offered a tantalizing glimpse of the kind of slick, but still very heavy
rock coming out of America. Magazines such as Kerrang! blazed the trail for
Dokken in the UK.

Commercial Success
Juan Croucier left Dokken in 1983 to join the band Ratt and was replaced by
Jeff Pilson. 1984 became Dokken's breakout year in the US with the release
of the album Tooth and Nail on September 13. The album contained several
hit songs including "Just Got Lucky", "Alone Again", and "Into The Fire". The
album sold over one million copies in the US alone and peaked at #49, while
selling an estimated three million copies worldwide. On November 9, 1985,
the band's third album Under Lock and Key was released. It also sold over
one million copies with the singles "In My Dreams" (#24), "The Hunter" (#25)
and "It's Not Love".During this time in the 1980s, Dokken opened for such
bands as Judas Priest, ACDC, Aerosmith, and Dio among others. In 1986,
Heavy Metal Parking Lot, a documentary about concert goers before a
Dokken and Judas Priest concert, was filmed and released.

Following a successful tour with Scorpions, Dokken returned to the studio in
December of 1986 to record "Dream Warriors", a song for the movie A
Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. The track brought the band to
the attention of many UK hard rock fans. The song was released as a single
(Dream Warriors / Back for the Attack) on February 10, 1987. After this
release, the band took nearly half a year off before returning to the studio to
record the album Back for the Attack. The album was released on November
27, 1987. It spawned the singles "Burning Like a Flame" (#20), "Heaven
Sent" and "Kiss of Death" to become the band's most successful release,
reaching #13 on U.S. charts. It also included a remixed version of the single
"Dream Warriors" (#22), and the accompanying music video, which featured
band members interacting with the film's characters, became popular on MTV.
Back for the Attack became Dokken's third record to reach platinum status.
Sculptor Steve Fiorilla's customized writhing skeleton guitar was the highlight
of another Dokken video.

After releasing Back for the Attack, the band toured as part of the 'Monsters
of Rock' festival in the summer of 1988, along with Van Halen, Scorpions,
Metallica, and Kingdom Come.Recordings from their tour in Japan led to the
release of the live album Beast from the East on November 16, 1988, which
went Gold in the United States and charted at #33.

[edit] Hiatus
After the extensive 1988 tour, the band broke up due to creative and
personal differences between Don Dokken and George Lynch. During this
hiatus, Lynch and Brown formed Lynch Mob and recorded two albums:
Wicked Sensation in 1990 and Lynch Mob in 1992. Don Dokken also recorded
a solo album, titled Up from the Ashes in 1990, which spawned two singles.
After 1992, bassist Jeff Pilson fronted the band War and Peace, while
George Lynch released a solo album. Lynch's first solo effort, Sacred Groove
reunited him with Don Dokken for the writing of the track We Don't Own This
World. Don Dokken was also supposed to sing lead on the track, however at
the last moment, Don was unable to attend the studio session and was
replaced by Matthew and Gunnar Nelson.

After releasing Up from the Ashes in 1990, Don Dokken wrote another solo
album in 1993. Titled Dysfunctional, the album was recorded and produced in
Don's studio. However, when John Kalodner wanted to sign him for the
album, he suggested that George Lynch be brought back into the band so
that the album could be marketed as a Dokken album, and not another Don
Dokken solo effort. Despite the fact that the tension between Lynch and Don
Dokken was the cause of the band's 1988 split, the two agreed to put their
problems behind them for the time being. The band re-united in 1995 along
with Mick Brown and Jeff Pilson, with Lynch re-writing and re-recording the
guitar solos on the album, which were originally conceived by Don. Dokken
was signed with Columbia Records, and the album still managed to sell over
300,000 copies despite the decline in popularity of similar bands during this

During the tour supporting Dysfunctional, however, old tensions between
George and Don had resurfaced and the band once again began to split
apart. During a Columbia promotion for the new album in which the band was
scheduled to play live on 120 radio stations, Lynch unexpectedly left the
studio and refused to re-enter. The record company was forced to air the
rehearsal tape that had been recorded earlier, and four days later the label
dropped Dokken, presumably because of this and other similar incidents
involving Lynch's behavior. One Live Night, a live acoustic album was released
in 1996 by a new label, CMC, and was followed with Shadowlife in 1997. Don
Dokken was dissatisfied with Shadowlife, an album in which George Lynch
took total control and even went as far as to replace the original Dokken logo
on the album. Don alleges that George intended to destroy the band with this
album, reciting the following quote from Lynch in an interview: "This is the
perfect record. This is gonna be the end of Dokken, and that is what I
wanted to accomplish."

In late 1997, Lynch left the band abruptly when he refused to participate in
the band's European tour. Needing a guitarist to fill in on the scheduled
dates, Don Dokken looked to Europe guitarist John Norum, who had
previously played on his 1990 solo album and was familiar with the band's
catalog, to help him finish the tour. Lynch tried to re-join the group just days
before the tour began, but was told that he was "out" by the rest of the
group. A lawsuit followed in which Lynch sued the band for $1 million, but the
band prevailed in the verdict. After the European tour, guitarist John Norum
was unable to continue with the band as he had previously committed to
another solo record. The band then hired former Winger guitarist Reb Beach
for the job, and recorded an album with this line-up in 1999 aptly titled Erase
the Slate to signify a new beginning for the band. Dokken released another
live album titled Live from the Sun in 2000 before the departure of guitarist

Beach, who wanted to work on some other projects and could not commit to
Dokken in the long term, was replaced by John Norum, who was now in
between projects and able to participate in the band's touring schedule.
Bassist Jeff Pilson also left the band and was replaced by Barry Sparks. In a
2004 interview, Don Dokken stated that Jeff left because "he wanted to do
something different and didn't want to keep playing these songs over and
over again." This line-up released the album Long Way Home, but Norum
suffered a hand injury during the band's 2003 spring tour of Europe in
support of the album, and had to be replaced by Alex De Rosso, previously
of the Italian metal band Dark Lord. That year, Dokken was featured in the
Metal Edge Rock Fest tour along with Ratt, FireHouse, and other similar acts.

In the spring of 2003, Dokken embarked on an extensive tour of the United
States opening for Scorpions and Whitesnake. After the tour, however,
guitarist De Rosso lost his work visa and had to return to Italy, at which point
Don Dokken called Jon Levin who formerly played guitar on Doro's Force
Majeure, and also had previously met with the band and played a single show
in 1998. Levin joined the band, and the line-up of Dokken, Brown, Levin, and
Sparks would remain through 2008. Dokken released the album Hell to Pay in
2004, which was seen by critics as a modern approach to the band's style.
The band continued extensive touring in 2005 and 2006. 2007 saw the
release of both a live CD and a compilation DVD. The CD, titled From
Conception: Live 1981, is a previously unreleased live recording from the
band's early years which Don discovered in their master vault. The DVD
release, titled Unchain the Night, was first released on VHS in 1986 and is a
compilation of the band's music videos along with interviews and other
footage. The band also performed at the glam metal festival Rocklahoma in
both 2007 and 2008.

[edit] Comeback
On May 13, 2008, Dokken released their first studio album in four years titled
Lightning Strikes Again, which was met with increased commercial success and
became the band's highest charting album in 13 years when it debuted at
#133 in the United States.Don Dokken told interviewers that Jon Levin was
the bandmate who wanted the band to make an album with the classic sound
in mind, and remarked that the process was difficult, saying: "I had to get
back in that mindset. This is what the fans wanted, and if I stay focused on
that I would give them a straight-ahead Dokken record." During the spring
and summer of 2008 in order to promote the Dokken's new album, Don
Dokken and Jon Levin participated in dozens of interviews including Rockline,
KNAC, The Classic Metal Show, as well as a series of podcasts available on
the band's website.

The band is currently in the middle of a summer tour in support of the new
album with Sebastian Bach and Poison. While Sparks and Brown are still
members of Dokken, they were not part of the summer 2008 touring line-up.
Brown signed on to play with Ted Nugent for the summer before Dokken was
offered the slot on Poison tour, making him unable to tour in support of
Lightning Strikes Again. Sparks is currently in Asia performing with a stadium
act and is unable to tour with Dokken until he is able to get his wife, a
resident of Italy, a visa. Chris McCarvill from House of Lords played bass and
Jeff Martin of Racer X and Badlands fame played drums for the 2008 tour.

On July 29, 2008, the band participated in an CD signing at Mohegan Sun
Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut

Guest appearances and pop culture
Members and ex-members of the band have appeared on various tribute
albums. George played guitar on "Anthem" on a tribute album to Rush, while
George Lynch and Jeff Pilson have appeared on tribute albums to Iron
Maiden. Jeff Pilson also appeared as the bassist for Steel Dragon in the movie
Rock Star (starring Mark Wahlberg and Jennifer Aniston), which was loosely
based on Judas Priest. They also appeared in Dio's Hear 'n Aid in the '80s,
and were featured prominently in the music video.

Dokken claims that the eponymous band in the mockumentary This is Spinal
Tap is an exaggerated version of his band.

Dwight Schrute, a popular character on the American TV series The Office,
was a Dokken fan as shown in Dwight's web log entry from September 27,
2007. In this entry Dwight opened a time capsule from himself that was
sealed in 1985, and it included a letter to his future self that read: "Dokken
Rules. Dwight."[18] The band is also named in Stephen King's novel The
Stand when character Julie Lawry claims to have slept with the bassist from
Dokken. The band was also mentioned in the American television show


Current members
Don Dokken – lead vocals, guitar (1976-1988, 1993–present)
Jon Levin – guitar (2003–present)
Barry Sparks – bass, backing vocals (2001–present)
Mick Brown – drums, backing vocals (1981-1988, 1993–present)

Past members
George Lynch – guitar (1981–1988, 1993-1997)
Reb Beach – guitar (1998–2001)
John Norum – guitar (1997, 2001–2002)
Alex De Rosso - guitar (2002-2003)
Jeff Pilson – bass (1983-1988, 1993-2001)
Juan Croucier – bass (1978–1982)
Greg Leon - guitar (1977-1979)
Peter Baltes - bass (1977-1978)
Gary Holland - drums (1979)
Greg Pecka - drums (1978)
Tom Croucier - bass (1980)

Temporary touring members
Mikkey Dee - drums (2001 Tour)
Jeff Tappen - bass
Frankie Banali - drums (9-21-2002)
Adam Hamilton - bass (9-21-2002)
Greg Smith - bass (5-22 ~ 25-2005)
Sean McNabb - bass (6-30-2006)
Chris McCarvill - bass (2008 Tour)
Jeff Martin - drums (2008 Tour)
Bobby Marks Drums 2008 Tour
Vik "Vikki" Foxx - drums (8-2006
BJ Zampa - drums (2008 Tour)


Breaking the Chains (1983)
Tooth and Nail (1984)
Under Lock and Key (1985)
Back for the Attack (1987)
Dysfunctional (1995)
Shadowlife (1997)
Erase the Slate (1999)
Long Way Home (2002)
Hell to Pay (2004)
Lightning Strikes Again (2008)

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