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For the surname, see Dokken (surname)

Dokken is an American heavy metal band formed in 1978. They split up in 1989 but reformed four years later. The group accumulated numerous charting singles and has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide. The band was nominated for a Grammy in 1989.

Dokken was composed of founder Don Dokken on vocals, George Lynch on lead guitar, Juan Croucier on bass and Mick Brown on drums. In 1983 Croucier left Dokken in order to join Ratt and was replaced by Jeff Pilson. Currently only Dokken and Brown remain from the original line-up. After several personnel changes on guitar Dokken's attorney Jon Levin stepped in to fill the role in 2004. In 2001 Barry Sparks replaced Jeff Pilson on bass. In 2009, Sean McNabb (formerly of Great White and Quiet Riot fame) replaced Barry Sparks on bass guitar.

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Year Title Rating Releases
1983 Breaking the Chains 2
1984 Tooth and Nail 3
1985 Under Lock and Key 4
1987 Back for the Attack 4 2
1994 Dokken 1
1995 Dysfunctional 1
1997 Shadowlife 2
1999 Erase the Slate 2
2002 Long Way Home 4
2004 Hell to Pay 1
2008 Lightning Strikes Again 2
2008 Lightning Strikes Twice 1
2012 Broken Bones 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Rating Releases
1999 The Very Best of Dokken Compilation 1
2002 Alone Again and Other Hits Compilation 1
2004 Change the World: An Introduction Compilation 1
2006 The Definitive Rock Collection Compilation 1
2009 Original Album Series Compilation 1
2010 Greatest Hits Compilation 2
Best of Dokken Compilation 1

Album + Live

Year Title Rating Releases
1988 Beast From the East Live 3
1995 One Live Night Live 1
2000 Live From the Sun Live 2
2003 Japan Live '95 Live 1
2007 From Conception: Live 1981 Live 2
Yesterday & Today Live 1


Year Title Rating Releases
1987 Dream Warriors 1
Back in the Streets 1


Year Title Rating Releases
Unchain the Night 1

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