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.