Erase the Slate

Erase the Slate

by Dokken
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Overview

Erase the Slate

George Lynch departed the Dokken reunion following 1997's Shadowlife, handing the reins over to ex-Winger guitarist Reb Beach. Beach has more than enough chops to fill Lynch's shoes, and although he brings his own musical personality to the riffs and solos, the songs' melodies are still recognizably Dokken. Unfortunately, those melodies are typical of post-reunion Dokken more often than not, with the band seemingly struggling to come up with the big chorus hook and just not quite getting there (a problem, come to think of it, that sometimes plagued the band in their heyday as well). Although Beach acquits himself well, the songwriting ultimately sinks the record; besides, at this stage of the game, it's difficult to believe Don Dokken when he sings "I must confess, I'm the maddest hatter of them all." Erase the Slate is workmanlike retro-'80s hard rock at its best, and thoroughly unmemorable at its worst.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/04/2002
Label: Silverline
UPC: 0676628806296
catalogNumber: 288062

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dokken   Primary Artist
Don Dokken   Vocals
Reb Beach   Guitar
Jeff Pilson   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Mellotron
"Wild" Mick Brown   Percussion,Vocals,Snare Drums

Technical Credits

Don Dokken   Producer
Harry Nilsson   Composer
Reb Beach   Producer
Wyn Davis   Engineer
Jeff Pilson   Producer
Mark Weiss   Art Direction,Concept
Michael Perfitt   Engineer
Dave "The Knave" Williams   Logo Art
Scott Francisco   Engineer
Rob Easterday   Engineer
KW. Farrell   Graphic Design
"Wild" Mick Brown   Producer
Wesley Seidman   Engineer

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Erase the Slate 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dokken finally seems to have gone back to their roots. No more Lynch techno garb of the 90's. In great Dokken fashion, it starts out hard, hits a few great melodic tones, go hard, and ends out with a great ballad. Who needs the airplay. If your here, BUY IT!