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Greatest Hits (Dokken album)

Greatest Hits
Dokken
Released May 4, 2010 United States
May 11, 2010 Japan
June 14, 2011 as The Anthems
Recorded 2010
Genre Heavy metal, hard rock
Length 53:38
Label Cleopatra Records United States
King Records Japan
Dokken chronology

Lightning Strikes Again
(2008)
Greatest Hits
(2010)
Broken Bones
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Greatest Hits is a compilation album by heavy metal band Dokken. It is a collection of re-recorded 1980s hits along with two new tracks. On March 1, 2010, it was digitally released to iTunes and Amazon.com. The physical album with additional tracks was released in the US by Cleopatra Records on May 4, 2010, and in Japan on May 11, 2010, by King Records. On June 14, 2011, it was re-released by Store For Music LTD under the new title Anthems with a new cover. Anthems contains both of the bonus tracks from the Japanese edition of Greatest Hits.

Track listing

  1. "Just Got Lucky" - 4:35
  2. "Breaking the Chains" - 3:51
  3. "Into the Fire" - 4:29
  4. "The Hunter" - 4:04
  5. "In My Dreams" - 4:33
  6. "It's Not Love" - 5:03
  7. "Alone Again" - 4:24
  8. "Dream Warriors" - 4:46
  9. "Unchain the Night" - 5:22
  10. "Tooth and Nail" - 3:38
  11. "Almost Over" (2010 New Track) - 5:54
  12. "Magic Man" (2010 New Track) - 3:53

Import CD bonus tracks

Japan

  1. "Bus Stop" (The Hollies cover)
  2. "Lies" (The Knickerbockers cover)

Personnel

References


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