Tooth and Nail is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Dokken, released on September 14, 1984 through Elektra Records. Dokken's management struggled to convince the label's executives to give the band another chance and this fight for recognition is reflected in the album's title.
Tooth and Nail is a seminal compilation album featuring early Californian punk rock bands. Except for Negative Trend, all bands on Tooth and Nail were produced by the Flesh Eaters frontman Chris Desjardins and Judith Bell. The Flesh Eaters' songs "The Word Goes Flesh" and "Pony Dress" were recorded at Mental Ward Studios. Tooth and Nail is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Dokken, released on September 13, 1984 through Elektra Records. Dokken's management struggled to convince the label's executives to give the band another shot and this fight for recognition is reflected in the album's title. This album was the group's first with bassist Jeff Pilson following Juan Croucier's departure to join Ratt.
Redirected from Tooth & Nail). Tooth and Nail may refer to: Tooth and Nail (various artists album), a 1979 compilation album featuring Californian punk rock bands. Tooth and Nail (Dokken album), a 1984 album by heavy metal band Dokken, and a song from that album. Tooth and Nail", a 1984 song by Foreigner from the album Agent Provocateur. Tooth and Nail (novel), a 1992 novel by Ian Rankin. Tooth & Nail Records, a record label founded in 1993. Tooth and Nail (film), a 2007 horror film.
Compilation album by various artists. Featuring only previously unreleased material, Tooth and Nail was originally issued in mid-1979 on Upsetter Records, in 12-inch LP format. The record was also the debut release for . In 1989, 10 years after its debut, Upsetter repressed Tooth and Nail. Since then, the album has remained out of print, although most of its tracks were later re-released separately. The Controllers' songs were included on their eponymous compilation, released in 2000 on Bacchus Archives, a sublabel of Dionysus Records.
On Tooth and Nail, Don Dokken and George Lynch began to develop an impressive interplay, as the vocalist worked off the guitarist's powerful riffs. Dokken doesn't possess a great voice, but he has enough skills to make the clichéd material sound convincing. But what really makes Tooth and Nail a worthwhile listen is Lynch. The guitarist is a wildly inventive, lightning-fast instrumentalist, and there isn't a single solo on the album that isn't worth hearing.
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Tooth & Nail Records, Seattle, Washington. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the landmark album Constellations, I thought it would be great to see how August Burns Red got into the Tooth and Nail culture in the first place, and connect the dots from the tiny house shows and basements that laid the groundwork that they would step into and take to a whole new level. New on the LABELED podcast - tn. nk.