Don Dokken - Breaking The Chains album flac
Title: Breaking The Chains
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Breaking the Chains is the debut studio album by heavy metal band Dokken. The album was originally released in 1981 in Europe as Breakin' the Chains on the French label Carrere Records. Paris Is Burning" is called "Paris" and is actually a studio version as opposed to the live recording in Berlin from December 1982. The album also contained a song called "We're Illegal", which was later turned into "Live to Rock".
Breaking the Chains is the debut studio album by heavy metal band Dokken. In a discussion with George Lynch on January 26, 2011, he mentioned the existence of 500 copies of the Carrere Records Breakin' the Chains version printed with the Don Dokken moniker, instead of Dokken. This version also featured different album cover ar. .
Dokken – Breaking The Chains. Dokken – Breaking The Chains. Label: Elektra – 9 60290-2. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Repress. Written By – Don Dokken, George Lynch. Written By – Don Dokken, George Lynch, Mick Brown (2). 3:44. 4. I Can't See You. Written By – Don Dokken, Juan Croucier. 5. Live to Rock (Rock to Live). Written By – Don Dokken, George Lynch, Juan Croucier. 3:13. 3:55.
Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen168. 1. Breaking the Chains.
This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/184 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Breaking the Chains. BPM Profile Breaking the Chains. Album starts at 125BPM, ends at 115BPM (-10), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dokken. Return to the East Live 2016.
Breaking the Chains" (Don Dokken/George Lynch) – 3:51. In the Middle" (. ynch/D. Felony" (D. Dokken) – 3:07.
Breaking the Chains by Dokken. Claustrophobic Feelin’ scared You need somebody But no one seems to care A one way ticket A change of pace You’ve had enough Can’t take no more. I loved this song when Dokken was in its infancy, mainly because it was on a metal compilation album (or two or twelve) so I got to hear parts of it a lot during shows like Headbanger’s Ball. A good song, it was head and shoulders above most of the rest of the album. Not unusual, since the band was still defining itself and George Lynch was going to get a LOT better. Dokken breaking the chains 1983. Dokken breaking the chains full album 1981. This version also featured different album cover art. All tracks written by Don Dokken and George Lynch, except where noted. Don Dokken – lead vocals, rhythm guitar. George Lynch – lead guitar. Juan Croucier – bass, background vocals.
At the beginning Dokken fronted the lineup of Don Dokken on lead vocals, George Lynch on lead guitar, Juan Croucier on bass, and Mick Brown on drums. Shortly after the release of their first album, Breaking the Chains, Juan left Dokken for Ratt, and was replaced by Jeff Pilsen, who remained until the early 2000s. Of the original lineup, only Don and Mike remain. If you know anything about Dokken, you’ve likely heard of the rift between Don and George