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DOKKEN will release an album called “The Lost Songs: 1978-1981” on August 28 via Silver Lining Music. It was during those vital years that a young, motivated Dokken from Southern California stepped into Media Arts Studio in Redondo Beach to lay down some unfiltered, unpasteurized rock ‘n’ roll songs. He then brought those with him to Hamburg, Germany where Dokken (influenced by the likes of Scorpions) forged a historic alliance, working with a young German producer called Michael Wagener, who would later help craft multi-million selling albums for the likes of Motley Crüe, Metallica, and Skid Row – as well as Dokken.
From the sunbaked SoCal hook of “Step Into The Light” to the “Back In The Streets” furious, fledgling, late- Sunset Strip sound, “The Lost Songs: 1978-1981” shows Dokken in the unfettered early days of balls-out attitude, as well as showcasing the song-writing skills which would see them sell over 10 million albums and him become an international rock ‘n’ roll star.

Further cuts like “Felony” carry a thuggish fuzz-coated riff -think early Van Halen in really greasy embroidered denims- while “Day After Day” showed that Dokken could pen a radio-slaying ballad.
The feral edge of “Broken Heart” and developed Dokken trademark of “No Answer” further illustrate the band’s fast growth, with “Hit and Run” standing as the very essence of exactly what Dokken would end up being to millions of ears for years to come.
The result is an exciting look back at the genesis of Dokken, and the realization that from the very beginning, Don Dokken was lean, mean and hungry enough to make it all count in the years to come.

 

01 – Step Into the Light
02 – We’re Going Wrong
03 – Day After Day
04 – Rainbows
05 – Felony
06 – No Answer
07 – Back In the Streets
08 – Hit and Run
09 – Broken Heart
10 – Liar
11 – Prisoner

Don Dokken – vocals, guitar
Jon Levin – guitar
BJ Zampa – drums
Juan Croucier – bass
with:
Greg Leon – guitar
Gary Holland – drums
Mick Brown – drums
George Lynch -guitar
Rustee Allen – bass
Bill Lordan – drums
Greg Pecka – drums

 

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www.amazon.com/Dokken/dp/B08991THWD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • AlphaMale changed the title to DOKKEN - "The Lost Songs 1978-1981"

After double checking, there are 5 songs which is not on the " Back In The Streets " CD bootleg.

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24 minutes ago, Doggy said:

After double checking, there are 5 songs which is not on the " Back In The Streets " CD bootleg.

And these are different then those as well.

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IMO,worth picking up for : 'No Answer'...'Step Into The Light'....and the 'Hit & Run' demo....beware though Silver Lining felt the need to package this in a digipak (aka digi-crap) format.I wonder if the JAP issue is a jewel case,maybe ?

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