Thursday, October 28, 2021

Dokken - Dysfunctional (1995)

Dokken - Dysfunctional (1995)

Tracklist front / back album covers

"Inside Looking Out" (Don Dokken, Jeff Pilson) – 4:08

"Hole in My Head" (Dokken, Pilson, Mick Brown) – 4:33

"The Maze" (Dokken, Pilson, George Lynch) – 4:50

"Too High to Fly" (Dokken, Lynch) – 7:10

"Nothing Left to Say" (Dokken, Pilson) – 4:30

"Shadows of Life" (Dokken, Pilson) – 4:33

"Long Way Home" (Dokken, Pilson, Lynch) – 5:12

"Sweet Chains" (Dokken) – 5:46

"Lesser of Two Evils" (Dokken, Pilson, Lynch) – 4:03

"What Price" (Dokken, Brown, Pilson) – 5:45

"From the Beginning" (Greg Lake) – 4:12 (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)

Japanese bonus track

"When the Good Die Young" (Dokken, Pilson) - 4:55


Dokken Band Members / Musicians

Don Dokken - vocals, producer

George Lynch - lead and rhythm guitars

Jeff Pilson - bass guitar

Mick Brown - drums

Michael Wagener - producer, engineer, mixing on tracks 5, 8-10

Wyn Davis - engineer, mixing

Darian Rundall, Don Dokken, Kenny Oswald - engineers

George Marino - mastering at Sterling Sound, New York

John Keane - orchestral arrangements on track 5

John Kalodner - A&R

Dysfunctional is the 5th studio album by heavy metal band Dokken, released in 1995. It was the band's first release after reuniting in 1993.

Originally intended to be a Don Dokken solo album, it morphed into a Dokken album when guitarist George Lynch was brought back into the fold, with Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown already on board. The original album was produced for the Japanese market and released there in December 1994 on JVC/Victor, simply titled Dokken. When Sony Music signed the band to the label internationally, the album was remixed and three additional songs recorded, "Hole In My Head", a cover of Emerson, Lake & Palmer's "From the Beginning", and "If the Good Die Young" (the bonus track on the Japanese version). This last song is a heavily re-worked new version of the song "Snake Eyes" (no citation?), which Jeff Pilson had recorded with his post-Dokken band, Flesh & Blood (eventually re-named War & Peace). "Snake Eyes" was finally released as part of the War & Peace - The Flesh and Blood Sessions album in 1999.

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