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Artist: Molly Hatchet

Title: Molly Hatchet

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 1978

Label: Columbia Records

Catalog Number: 35347


Joe Brown vocals
Danny Joe Brown vocals
Bruce Crump drums
Dave Hlubek guitar
Steve Holland guitar
Duane Roland guitar
Banner Thomas bass
Tom Werman percussion
Thomas Powell bass guitar
Jai Winding keyboards


1.  Bounty Hunter  2:58
2.  Gator Country  6:17
3.  Big Apple  3:01
4.  The Creeper  3:18
5.  The Price You Pay  3:04
6.  Dreams I'll Never See  7:06  Cover: The Allman Brothers
7.  I'll Be Running  3:00
8.  Cheatin' Woman  4:36
9.  Trust Your Old Friend  3:55
Total Running Time:  37:15

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kim Date: August 21, 2001 at 14:31
This is as much a classic as Van Halend first Top class music

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From: Jez Date: September 28, 2001 at 0:40
yeeeeeeeeehaaah, get out the bottlenecks, One of THE southern rock classics, all their classics r here

From: Thanos Date: November 7, 2001 at 19:19
A very relax - Album.Southern at its best.Go On MOLLYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: jarett r. Date: February 17, 2003 at 9:32
molly hatchet guitarist duane roland made guest appearances on junkyard's self-titled album.

From: Scott Date: February 19, 2003 at 4:54
One of the greatest albums ever recorded in any genre of rock. Danny Joe Brown is a spectacular vocalist with a powerhouse voice. I love it! For further comments/reviews: http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/mollyhatchet.htm

From: fasteddie Date: May 21, 2003 at 19:18
The BAD BOYS of Fla. rock pump out the classics! This is where KICK-ASS ROCK-N-ROLL got it's name. Excellent guitar work from the trio of Duane/Dave/Steve. This is summer-time, in-our-face, "goot-timin'" music! Agree w/ Scott: one of the best in ANY style of music. NOT FOR WIMPS!

From: Knuckles Date: October 22, 2003 at 14:25
Not many songs send a chill up and down my spine because its so good like Dreams I'll never see does.

From: Dave Date: February 11, 2004 at 18:12
Another "must have" album, along with Flirtin' With Disaster. After listening to Hatchet's version of "Dreams I'll Never See" you can't even tolerate the Allmans' version. Dave Hlubek was a force to be reckoned with - he plays like a double semi trailer ripping down the road at 200 MPH: fast, heavy, and unstoppable. Their shows were amazing, too - EVERYONE in the audience knew ALL the words to EVERY song - Danny Joe would hold just the mic out over the crowd and let them sing it!

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 21, 2006 at 20:24
Awesome debut & a credit to the southern rock genre in which they helped create. "Dreams I'll never See" smokes the Allman Bros. version. Essential listening.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 17, 2015 at 16:22
Love the Hatchets!!!...this was the beginnig of this great and amazing Southern Rock band,one of the best of the genre...solid and straight to your face raw songs in here...tracks 1,2,5,6 & 7 are the ones for me.80/100

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