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Named after a legendary Southern prostitute who allegedly beheaded and mutilated her clients, Jacksonville's Molly Hatchet meld loud hard rock boogie with guitar jam-oriented Southern rock. Formed in 1975, the group's original lineup featured three guitarists -- Dave Hlubek, Steve Holland, and Duane Roland -- plus vocalist Danny Joe Brown, bassist Banner Thomas, and drummer Bruce ... Read more in Amazon's Molly Hatchet Store

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  • Audio CD (September 18, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B008M49CR8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #735,097 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Southern rock fan or just music lover this album hits the mark.
PJY
Molly Hatchet is a rock band to crank, whether it be this their debut, or the equall as rocking Flirtin' With Disaster album, Hatchet rocks!
wally gator
Nobody Said it was Easy and Gettin' Pretty Good at Barely Gettin' By are definitely worth a listen.
Brandon Creer

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on October 20, 2008
Format: Audio CD
It's now two thousand eight in the year of our Lord, and this means just one thing for most; it's the 30th anniversary of Molly Hatchet's self-titled debut album!! OK, that was a considerable stretch, but all hyperbole aside, this is in my opinion Molly Hatchet's best album by far. And it's probably the only Molly Hatchet album a non Southern Rock fanatic will ever need, or likely want. I will concede that if you are a hardcore Southern Rock fan there are certainly other MH albums that you will want to own, and you likely already do. So, with that being said, if you are a hardcore fan there is no reason for you to "go postal" about this non-hardcore fan's review. So please, just grab your jug of "shine" and settle down.

Now, I own several Molly Hatchet albums, but this album is really the only one that I listen to on a somewhat regular basis. And if you happen to be like me, a casual fan, this self-titled debut is really the only album in their catalogue that I would consider essential. Sure, there are some that assert 'Flirtin' With Disaster' or 'Beatin' The Odds' is better, and tastes will naturally vary, but I honestly don't see how anyone could rationally come to that conclusion. Yes, 'Flirtin'' and 'Beatin'' are good, but in my opinion this is clearly MH's best, and it's their only album that is absolutely solid from top to bottom. It features Hlubek's best songwriting, lyrically and musically, and Danny Joe Brown's best vocals. It also contains a remake of 'Dreams I'll Never See', which is arguably their best song from any album, and certainly my favorite. Furthermore, although Farrar's vocals on 'Beatin'' are good, they're not even close to being as good as DJB's from this album.

In conclusion, as you likely already know, Molly Hatchet is a top-tier Southern Rock band, 'Molly Hatchet' is their best album, and if there is a better band named after a deranged prostitute utterly unconcerned with repeat business I am certainly unaware of it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By PJY on May 18, 2006
Format: Audio CD
There is no way you can play this CD often or loud enough. When I first heard this album (yeah back then it required a needle) I was blown away. And its impact some 25 years later has not lessoned. This album rips. 'Bounty Hunter' and 'The Price You Pay' have been favorite songs of mine since the day they first hit the wax. Southern rock fan or just music lover this album hits the mark.

I could wax nostalgic about the powerful rhythms or the sublime lyrics against an angst filled guitar but who is kidding who? This is AC/DC southern style and for those of you who have never heard it, you need to. One listen and you will know what you've missed listening to that MTV [...].
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 24, 1999
Format: Audio CD
With the bone crunching opening bars of "Bounty Hunter" & a hearty "HELL YEAH" There's no doubt that these boys kick out a sound to be reckoned with. Melodic & hard hitting "Gator Country" leaves you wanting to hear it again. TURN IT UP!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Scott on October 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought "Beatin' the odds" in 1981, but wished I hadn't waited till the end of the 80's to purchase this smokin debut album by the great MOLLY HATCHET. I guess I put it off for so long because I thought it wouldn't rock like some of the hatchet albums I had heard before. Sometimes I used to get leary about purchasing debut albums, in some circumstances. That was a big mistake! This album, pure and simple flat out rocks! "Bounty hunter", with quite a few from "Beatin' the odds", is tied for #1, as my favorite MOLLY HATCHET song. "Dreams I'll never see" is better than the original ALLMAN BROTHERS version by a long shot. That song always sends shivers down my spine, it's played so dad gum good. "I'll be running" is a straight up rocking tune. You can't go wrong with the tunes "The price you pay" and "Gator country" either. "The creeper" and "Big apple" are no slouches either. This album is better than "Flirtin with disaster", but not quite in the same league as the album "Beatin' the odds". I've known a few folks who really think that this one's the best, and really I don't blame them for thinking so. If you really appreciate down home southern fried rock, you need to check out this masterpiece. Just a kick ass MOLLY HATCHET debut that won't disappoint.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Baberufus on September 23, 2008
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I must admit I avoided Molly Hatchet for years because WAY back I mistakenly assumed they were heavy metal (at least for back then in the early '80s)--wrong, of course. Then I heard that they were just lame Skynyrd ripoffs--wrong again! I'd been familiar with the song "Flirtin' With Disaster" for many years, since that was their only really big hit, but I assumed it was probably the only decent song they had--WRONG!!! Better late than never....after hearing this debut album of theirs, I've been kicking myself for not buying it 25 years ago. It smokes! Great songs, great musicianship, great singing from Danny J.B.....a winner on all counts! As for supposedly being Skynyrd ripoffs, that is a very narrow-minded and unfair accusation. Yes, it is obvious that the similarities are there. You'll hear a guitar riff, a melody, or a lyric that is obviously taken straight from a Skynyrd song, but I prefer to look at MH as a tributary to Skynyrd, not a knockoff. Their coming onto the scene in 1978--right after the Skynyrd plane crash--was perfect timing....a perfect time to take hold of the torch from Skynyrd in producing great southern rock in honor of Skynyrd, not in spite of them. Any Skynyrd fan, with this more positive attitude in mind, will LOVE the first two Molly Hatchet albums!!!

After the second album though (Flirtin' With Disaster), things started going downhill. Danny J.B.'s replacement just didn't have that classic Southern sound, if you ask me. And even when Danny Joe came back in 1985, things still didn't improve, song-wise. I bought their CD "No Guts, No Glory" from that year, and it's TERRIBLE. The only good song is "Fall of the Peacemakers.
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