That’s right folks Diamond David Lee Roth is back and he put out one of the best albums of his post Van Halen career. This album is equal parts Van Halen and David Lee Roth solo, and 100% fun. He proves to us once again that he is the best frontman of all time by putting out the most rockin album of 1998. I know I’m a little late with the review but hey better late than never. The Songs: Slam Dunk – The first single, very catchy Dave’s voice is great, excellent guitar work courtesy of John Lowery. 10/10Blacklight – Another rocker, with a great chorus and a a harmonica solo by the man himself. 8/10Counter – Blast – One of the best songs on the album, Dave’s voice is very powerful and the guitar part is very good. 10/10Lose the Dress (Keep the Shoes) – This is a decent song, great title but not as good as I thought it would be. 4/10Little Texas – Another decent song but there’s something about it and I just can’t get into it. 4/10King of the Hill – Great rocker, Dave’s voice is awesome, it just works. 9/10Going Places – Great acoustic based song featuring Terry Kilgore on guitar. 7/10Wa Wa Zat! – Awesome, nothing more to say. 10/10Relentless – Great guitar song, very solid rhythm part, vintage sounding Dave vocals. 9/10 Indeedio – Straight forward rocker, featuring the late Mike Hartman on guitar. Great song 8/10Right Tool for the Job – Not bad but definately one of the weaker songs on the album. 5/10Tight – Another awesome rocker, everything about it is great. 9/10 Weekend with the Babysitter – This another song that I expected to be better than it was, not really bad though. 6/10Black Sand – Masterpiece, this is a very melodic acoustic based song, this is really a masterpiece. Great guitar playing, great vocals. 10/10There you have it folks, my take on the DLR Band album, definately something worth checking out.