Label: Rhino Records (2) - R2 77615,Elektra Entertainment - R2 77615 • Series: The Definitive Rock Collection • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Glam, Heavy Metal
· The Definitive Rock Collection Review. by James Christopher Monger. Elektra's two-disc Dokken entry into its excellent Definitive Rock series captures every stage of the popular pop-metal collective's long career. Fans harboring Rhino's compilation The Very Best of Dokken will find plenty of reasons to switch it out for this track behemoth/10(5).
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This collection is a double CD affair and features thirty of the bands most essential numbers and makes the "Definitive" labeling rather appropriate. As far as Anthologies go, this one does the band justice by paying the closest attention to the bands most influential years which in Dokken.
Dokken rose to global fame in out of L.A.'s era-defining hair band metal scene. These multi-platinum rock icons are equally adept with power ballads including the unforgettable 'Alone Again' and 'Heaven Sent' as with anthemic rockers, including 'Breaking the Chains,' 'Dream Warriors,' and 'In My Dreams,' all spotlighted here.
- Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing / The Possibility Of Lifes Destruction - Various - Discharge Tr
- Watermelon Man (Special Disco Version) - Mongo Santamaria - Watermelon Man / A Mi No Me Engañan (You