Sweet & Lynch – Only to Rise

sweetlynchonlytorisecdThis is an album I have been looking forward to since it was revealed that singer Michael Sweet (Stryper) and guitarist George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob, Souls Of We, KXM) was planning on releasing an album together. As a huge Stryper fan, I knew that anything that Michael Sweet puts his vocals on would equal quality. George Lynch, however, I wasn’t so sure of. Ok, his days with Dokken and the two first Lynch Mob records are all awesome and the same goes for his solo album Sacred Groove (1993), but there have been times when Lynch’s efforts has been under question, to put it mildly. When he has turned his coat to the wind and followed the trends, stuff like Dokken’s Shadowlife (1997) and some of his work with Lynch Mob in the 90’s has shown a confused guy who not only hasn’t managed to write good songs, but also found himself in a musical lost and found, losing himself completely.

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