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Dokken
Live From The Sun
May 2000
Released: 2000, CMC International
Rating: 3.5/5
Reviewer: Keith McDonald

Recorded live in Anaheim, CA, Dokken set the night ablaze opening with the title track from their new disc Erase The Slate. Rolling right into the guitar heavy "Kiss Of Death", Don and the boys keep it going with the classics. Revisiting the glory days with "The Hunter" and "Into The Fire." They space the set list well adding in the single "Maddest Hatter" and "Too High To Fly" from the very underrated Dysfunctional disc. The band is solid and Reb Beach doesn’t miss a note filling in more than adequately for the departed George Lynch. Now, no Dokken show would be complete without "Alone Again" and the encore In "My Dreams." A much better overall sounding album than the Beast From The East live disc, this is a must for all Dokken fans. Only drawback here is that there is no material from Shadowlife. It would have been nice to hear "Puppets On A String," but all in all, still great.

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