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Dysfunctional album for sale by Dokken was released May 16, 1995 on the Columbia label. .1995 was a busy year for Dokken. After the band had been on hiatus for several years following their 1988 live set BEAST FROM THE EAST, they put their differences aside and reunited. In the space of a single year, Dokken issued the unplugged ONE LIVE NIGHT, as well as their first all-new studio album in nearly 10 years, DYSFUNCTIONAL. ...See Full Description
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Dokken - Dysfunctional Album Track Listing
|1||Inside Looking Out See All 2||4:08|| $0.99|
|2||Hole in my Head See All 2||4:33|| $0.99|
|3||Maze See All 4||4:50|| $0.99|
|4||Too High to Fly See All 7||7:10|| $0.99|
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|5||Nothing Left To Say See All 4||4:30|| $0.99|
|6||Shadows of Life See All 3||4:36|| $0.99|
|7||Long Way Home See All 4||5:13|| $0.99|
|8||Sweet Chains See All 2||6:09|| $0.99|
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|9||Lesser of Two Evils See All 2||4:36|| $0.99|
|10||What Price See All 2||6:06|| $0.99|
|11||From the Beginning See All 3||4:12|| $0.99|
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This doesn't sound like Dokken at all. It has lots of weird vocalphrasing and I really hate the overall sound of this album. Some excellent playing by Lynch as always. But after the insanely good "Back for the attack" record, one can't help being disappointed. In my opinion is Shadows of life the only song worth listening to. The ballads are just too damn boring. This record will surely produce a lot of unhappy Dokken fans. The last enjoyable Dokken record was "Beast from the east" I've been a Dokken fan half my life, but I just can't recommend "Dysfunctional" to anyone who have heard and loved their great albums from the 80's.
By Gunnar Dypbukt (Norway)
||Rockin with Dokken!!|
This is in my opinion the very best that Dokken has ever had to offer. This came after a decade long split that the band had and it would seem that they never missed a beat. This is a darker and much more thought provoking effort than they had ever released before. Awesome guitar playing by George Lynch and great bass and drum work as well. Don's singing is amazing and angelic sounding here and he writes some very good lyrics. The overall sound and production is the best that the band has ever had. Totally recommended from a longtime Dokken fan!
By nightwing32j (Flowood, MS)
||Great Stuff!! Much better than previous stuff!|
It sounds like Dokken has matured so very much in the time that they spent apart from one another, and their playing is on fire. The songs are very solid, and the vocal harmonies are tight! The guys wrote some very good songs, a departure from the 80's riff metal that plagued many bands of that era. There seems to be a lot of care taken to the vocals, which is quite welcome. Better production values (to me, there was always too much reverb on Don's voice and the harmonies were to muddy). Now, they are pristine clear and good ideas abound. George Lynch is playing his tail off, as usual, and his phrasing is just great. He has severe intesity on this CD. If you like any rock, buy this, you will not be disappointed! Unfortunately, from what I've heard, Dokken is no longer able to work together, so it is a shame, if this is true, that they finally reach the zenith of creativity within themselves.
By a reviewer (Savannah, GA)
This album kick butt ! I just love the entire album from start to finish Stand out tracks, The Maze, What Price & Too High To Fly. If you are a Dokken fan this should be in your collection.
By cougar1961n (Victoria Australia)
||This one came as a (welcomed) surprise.|
I didn't know about this disk until I saw it on the website. For me, Dokken had ended with "Beast from the East"(1988). Anyway, you just can't beat having Don and George together; this is an outstanding CD. I feel, though, that the band members sensed somehow their identity as a group was anchored in the 80s, and that the world of the 90s was in some way a completely new prospect. That aside, their reunion effort is par excellence.
By a reviewer (Bakersfield Ca)
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Dysfunctional songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1089463|
|Release Date||May 16, 1995|
|Producer||Don Dokken; Michael Wagener|
|Recording Time||54 minutes|
|Personnel||George Lynch - guitar|
Jeff Pilson - vocals, bass
"Wild" Mick Brown - vocals, drums
Don Dokken - vocals