Hell To Pay

Label
Sanctuary
Release date
8 Aug 2013
Running length
12 tracks
Running time
48:23

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 The Last Goodbye 4:37 11,956
2 Don't Bring Me Down 3:25 18,626
3 Escape 4:38 18,382
4 Haunted 3:40 8,496
5 Prozac Nation 4:33 9,018
6 Care for You 4:12 7,782
7 Better Off Before 3:01 12,943
8 Still I'm Sad 4:38 7,850
9 I Surrender 3:03 17,756
10 Letter to Home 4:28 6,863
11 Can You See 4:09 17,050
12 Care for You (Unplugged) 3:59 658

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  • MikeySchenker

    Bollocks to me. A good album is a good album, wether the original guitar player is in it or not. Even tempted to say that Shadowlife is not a real Dokken cd, even though Lynch is on that album... but that would be bollocks just as much. Second time hearing this album, getting better and better in my ears. I am sure to plays this one again and again in the coming months. This is pretty good.

    12 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Mr_Scarier

    no lynch no real dokken

    7 Jul 2011 Reply
  • fmaratz

    Dokken's best album since the '80s. Pick this one up, it's really worth it. Their style is still there, but the sound is heavier and the melodies very well written. No filler here. This is what contemporary class metal should sound like.

    20 Feb 2010 Reply
  • Themactator

    For spandex maybe.

    12 May 2008 Reply
  • wilsonjoe

    the 80's was the best dude..

    29 Apr 2008 Reply
  • pkas06

    Oh, how very eighties....!

    25 Apr 2007 Reply

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