A Very Dokken Christmas, Part II: Tooth and Nail

Part II of my review mini-seriesA Very Dokken Christmas, is up at Orion’s Cold Fire now.

Enjoy my review of 1984’s Tooth and Nail, a particularly rockin’ record.

2 thoughts on “A Very Dokken Christmas, Part II: Tooth and Nail

  1. […] “A Very Dokken Christmas, Part II: Tooth and Nail” (Review on OCF) – If I’m not mistaken, Tooth and Nail is the first Dokken album I ever heard, after learning more about the band in The Rageaholic’s Metal Mythos: DOKKEN video.  It’s a great album, and it saved the band financially.  In one of those classic stories of artists getting screwed by major labels, Dokken was around a million bucks in debt after the release of Breaking the Chains and the subsequent tour, even though it was a hit record.  Tooth and Nail‘s title is no accident, as the band really did drag themselves “straight to the top” (to quote the title track).  This album got them out of debt—and on the way to hair metal superstardom. […]

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