Wicked Sensation CD
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Its refreshingly different and more modern sounding than Dokken. George maintains all of the raw engergy of previous while taking the guitar to the next level with crisp new tones and incredible guitar work. It sounds a bit more wet, yet crystal clear and every song is at least very good, while the others are awesome. The lead on "All I Want" is paralyzingly incredible while the one on "Hell Child" is TOTAL DOOMSDAY!
Also, everone else's performance and the sound production are all excellent. The drums and bass are tight, precise and inspiring. The singer (a "Hell Child") is overflowing with raw engergy and will bring some listeners to tears on "Through these eyes".
This is one of my favorite heavy rock cd's of all time - if you are a Lynch fan, but it now and then CRANK IT!
In the late eighties or early nineties, guitar virtuoso George Lynch left Dokken, the band he'd made ever-so-successful (he'd later go back but would eventually leave again.) Teaming up with his Dokken bandmate Mick Brown (drums), Oni Logan (vocals), and Anthony Esposito (bass), he formed a new band - appropriately called Lynch Mob. Although half of the band was (at the time) former Dokken members, the sound was quite different - it was blusier than Dokken, and had more of a nineties rock sound to it than Dokken did (though the band's styles changed a good deal on later releases.) Read on for my review of Lynch Mob's first album - Wicked Sensation.
Wicked Sensation - The title track kicks the album off. It's a hard power rocker with that early nineties power rock sound to it that you're sure to love. Excellent opener.
River of Love - This hard rocker also has a nineties sound to it, but this one is a little more "pop friendly" than the previous track. Lynch serves up some killer riffs.
Sweet Sister Mercy - Yet another hard rocker. As you may have suspected, George Lynch is one again the highlight of the band (but don't overlook the other members - they worked just as hard!)
All I Want - THIS IS NOT THE OFFSPRING SONG. This is a melodic hard rocker that, like so many tracks on this album, features a nineties rock sound. Good track.
Hell Child - Ths track is slower than the previous ones, but it rocks just as hard, thanks to Mr. Lynch. It's not a slight melodic touch to it, and it is reminiscent of Ronnie James Dio's hit Dream Evil. If you're not familiar with Dio, that's a good thing.
She's Evil But She's Mine - Another one of the album's slower tracks.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
This was and still is a decent debut of George Lynch with his new band after leaving Dokken. A must buy for a fan of rock.Published 2 months ago by Mike
a real dissapointment. most of the songs are long and drawn out,as an attempt to get away with any real guitar solos like the dokken albums. Read morePublished on Nov. 30 2003
Heavier, bluesier and arguably better than Dokken.
This CD KICKS ASS, 'nuff said.
I was a huge Dokken fan in the 80's thanks to the incredible guitar work by George Lynch. While I loved Dokken most of their cd's had a few bad songs. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2003
If your not familiar with george lynch, you've been missing out.He's one of the most influental guitar players of rock music. Read morePublished on May 11 2003 by Shawn McKeegan
I have know Oni since '87. I watched him progress from South Florida local clubs to this insane sounding album. The Lynch albums after Wicked Sensation are sub par in comparison. Read morePublished on April 26 2003