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Australian singer/songwriter/guitarist and Wolfmother mastermind Andrew Stockdale indulges his longstanding love of all things heavy on the band’s fourth album. That includes the title track’s hard-rock triumph, complete with Queen-like harmonies, galloping guitar riffs, and piledriving drums that stop and start like whiplash. Stockdale’s signature rock-god wail can still shake the walls more than a decade after his debut album, while he stretches convincingly on the romantic acoustic balladry of “Pretty Peggy” and the driving pub rock of “Best of a Bad Situation”, which echoes early-’70s Rod Stewart.

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Rest in spaghetti never forghetti

Prime Wolfmother!! It's killer stuff.

Just to clarify all of Wolfmother's albums have been good! So far this album is kickass!!!

They could've done better.

I very well may be in the minority here when i say that i think New Crown is much better than this. This album is o.k. the weakest link to this album is pretty peggy. Why, oh why, couldn't they have put some other track on here instead of Pretty Peggy? They must've had a much, much, much, better track that they recorded but neglected to put on here. There's just a lot more to like on New Crown than there is here. They're really on a down hill slide with this.


Formed: 2000 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australi

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Pledging allegiance to thick, throttling fuzz guitars, primal psychedelia, and thundering rhythms, the 21st century rock revivalists Wolfmother split the difference between the classic sludge of Black Sabbath and the retro-garage rock of the White Stripes. Led by guitarist/vocalist Andrew Stockdale, the power trio came storming out of Sydney, Australia in 2006 with a self-titled debut that generated international hits in the form of "Woman" and "Joker & the Thief." Although they had some stumbles...
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Victorious, Wolfmother
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Feb 19, 2016

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