The set features the full-length studio album Revolution with killer, supercharged renditions of classic Dokken/Lynch Mob tracks such as â€œTooth And Nail,â€ â€œBreaking The Chains,â€ â€œWicked Sensation,â€ and more. It also includes professionally filmed live performances recorded during the 2005 REvolution Tour, mixed in 5.1 surround sound.
George â€œMr. Scaryâ€ Lynch cemented his legendary role in the heavy music community in the early 1980s when he joined forces with Don Dokken. For almost a decade with Dokken, Lynch was able to develop a groundbreaking brand of guitar virtuoso that would also earn a Grammy nomination. In the early 1990s, Lynch launched his own project, Lynch Mob, which released several well-received records in between Lynchâ€™s eclectic other solo works.
But in 2003, the Mob reassembled to rework Dokken and Lynch Mob material. The result was a decidedly darker, heavier, and very experimental reinvention that fans of all iterations of George Lynch appreciated. They took it on the road for a series of fierce concerts that left audiences jaw-dropped at the bandâ€™s creative live presentation.