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Artist: Mammoth

Title: Mammoth

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Mammoth Mammoth Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1989

Label: Jive/Zomba

Catalog Number: 1094-2-J


Vinnie Reed drums, percussion
Mac Baker guitars
Nicky Moore vocals, keyboards
John McCoy bass, synth guitars, electric and acoustic guitars
Bernie Torme additional guitars
Rob Fisher additional keyboards
Kenny Cox additional guitars
Dave Lloyd backing vocals
Mark Williamson backing vocals
Steve Sidelynk percussion


1.  All the Days  3:22
2.  Fatman  4:12
3.  Can't Take the Hurt  4:20
4.  30 Pieces of Silver  3:09
5.  Dark Star  5:51
6.  Bet You Wish  4:03
7.  Long Time Coming  5:22
8.  Bad Times  5:15
9.  Home From the Storm  7:43
Total Running Time:  43:17

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM Date: July 25, 2002 at 0:03
These big boys can rock. I need to get one of their cd's. I've got video footage of them.

From: Gar Date: January 19, 2003 at 0:11
Nicky Moore was excellent in Samson, and this is every bit as good! Lyrically, "All the Days" is one of rock's greatest love songs. The cool thing is that it's not your typical slow ballad. It's an up tempo rocker! "Can't Take the Hurt" is also on the soundtrack of "Nightmare on Elm St. 5". I highly recommend this album. The first 5 songs are truly outstanding. The last 4 are very good.

From: savageguitar Date: April 9, 2003 at 18:43
i to have video footage of MAMMOTH, what can i say just fantastic

From: Blue Tequila Date: April 17, 2003 at 5:19
What a great album! Awesome mellow rock that just kind of draws you in and and doesn't let go until the last song is over. The lead singer sounds a bit like Paul Stanley.

From: vandervelde Date: September 21, 2003 at 11:35
This big boys can surely rock!! What a awesome disc...I think this one of my favourite discs. No weak song here.This the greatest UK band, no Thunder no Shy...!! I saw once Fatman clip,they have some fine image. I think because of this image they don't become what they have to...... And for last GAR do you really consider BAD TIMES only very good..??

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: October 18, 2003 at 6:57
Entre el AOR y el Rock melódico se situan los temas de Mammoth en este disco.Contiene algunos tema bastante buenos como el inicial y un par mas como mucho, pero tampoco serán de lo mejor q hayais oido,el resto de temas seguramente os pasaran con mas pena q gloria ya q son bastante sosillos.Lo dicho, un disco recomendado para los q lo quieran tener todo,por q si no,sin llegar a ser malo no resulta(por lo menos a mi)NADA CONVINCENTE.

From: Mr Rock Date: January 16, 2004 at 18:56
This has to be one of the most under rated rock albums of all time. All the songs on this album are brilliant. The production work of John McCoy is clean and crisp. Nicky Moore has never sounded better vocally. They are songs you can sing along to (Well try at least.)and there is plenty of variation of rockers and ballards. Check out there other albums "The Collection", "XXXL" and there most recent release "Larger & Live." I wish this band would reform for an album or at least a tour so people c

From: 420-weedman Date: February 3, 2004 at 19:23
hey - i avn even heard this CD before. but mac baker is now my guitar teacher, jus thought id share this with u guys.

From: Rycheage Date: April 3, 2004 at 0:45
This album is worthy of being in any AOR collection, it is however not a mainstream AOR album as much as it is any other genre, but still a respectable slice of rock nonetheless. Some of the highlights include the racy opener 'All The Days' as well as a similarly paced '30 Pieces Of Silver', the terrifically melodious 'Can't Take The Hurt' and the poignant ballad 'Dark Star'.

From: michael,belfast Date: May 17, 2004 at 18:40
a band you had to be fat and bulky to join, oh and play and write great songs too. if you see this in a record fair or bargain bin, do not pass it by, buy it then play loud.

From: Metalhead Date: September 21, 2004 at 22:38
The first 4 songs were great, how can anybody argue with that. Great song writing; indeed, on this one.

From: Laffen Date: September 26, 2004 at 15:08
This album is one I've been looking for on the net for the past years. This album and Streets album "Trouble in mind" gives me chills. I had a tape with Mammoth's first release in my car, copied from a CD in the late 80's. The deep, burning bass, combined with John McCoy's raw, whiskeylike voice made my everyday complete. After 5 years of playing, it "saladed"...Big loss... "Can't take the Hurt"... Tried to find the album on the net, no luck so far... Any help out there..?

From: Rockhead Date: September 26, 2004 at 15:15
Nicky Moore (Ex-Samson) was the vocalist NOT John McCoy (he played bass). The Mammoth Cd was reissued not long ago. With regard to the Streets Album do you mean Crimes in Mind?

From: CC Date: November 2, 2004 at 11:29
Try www.connoisseurcollection.co.uk for the re-released version. Its now called "The collection" and features five extra tracks from various singles!

From: aortrade Date: April 19, 2005 at 5:21
Mucho tiempo tarde en conseguir este cd, y la verdad es que me desilusione bastante, solo incluye uno de los mejores temas que he oido en mi vida: all the days, el resto no merece la pena. aortradeyahoo.es

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 21, 2007 at 11:29
Good AOR album, tiempo que tengo este disco y el unico tema que siempre le doy su escucha es All the Days sin lugar a dudas es el CORTE del disco hay otros buenos pero no a ese nivel algunos mas rockeros y algunos algo desanimados en conjunto es un buen disco solo eso 7.5/10

From: shoemaker Date: July 15, 2009 at 10:57
These band looks like a joke, but it is a fat WINNER! Strong, soulful rock songs BRIAN ADAMS or EDDY MONEY would be proud of.

From: hair metal again Date: September 4, 2012 at 3:45
excellent debut by MAMMOTH back in 89 ,when hard rock music ruled the planet!of course the competition was huge and with that looks you can t go further,but this doesnt mean that this one doesnt rock!the sound is olished,the hooks and the melodic tunes all over and the musicianship is just fine!all the songs are remarkable and i believe that this could do better!good stuff!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 12, 2012 at 19:36
These big boys deserved more IMO even though this debut album is not a blast of a rocking one but it has some goodie tracks...led by the former Samson vocalist Nicky Moore and Ian Guillan's bass player John McCoy...."All The Days" is a killer AOR song,"Can't Take The Hurt"(catchy),"Fatman"(hit single)& "30 Pieces Of Silver"(very good)are my faves...83/100

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