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With Danny Joe Brown's return as frontman, Molly Hatchet experienced a return to the powerful sound that was so prevalent on its debut effort. Dave Hlubek once again pulls out all the stops with searing guitar riffs and power chords that at times evoke images of the best Lynyrd Skynyrd record, while at other times letting his guitar underscore Brown's vocals in a hard rock vein reminicent of Mountain or early Grand Funk Railroad. A lot of the power here comes from the addition of former Mother's Finest drummer Barry Borden into the lineup. Choice tracks include "Fall of the Peacemakers," "On the Prowl," and "Sweet Dixie." Former Grinderswitch axeman Dru Lumbar adds even more excitement to an otherwise fine record. ~ Michael B. Smith, Rovi

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Damn Right

Probably the most underrated album in southern rock history. This ranks right next to their debut album. Unfortunately, it came a little to late to get the recognition it deserved!

Wholeheartedly agree with "Damn Right".

Fall Of The Peacemakers is a BRILLIANT piece of southern rock and roll history that no collection should be without. Get it. You won't be disappointed in any Molly Hatchet album in my opinion, but DEFINITELY not the older stuff with Danny Joe Brown. If you play this album and don't tap your feet you need a coroner. ROCK 'EM BOYS!!

One of the best from Molly Hatchet

Molly Hatchet was one of the first bands that I ever became obsessed with back when I was in high school and it was my favorite band for a number of years. It still remains one of my top 20 bands to this day (I even like their new line-up which I didn't think I would). When this album came out in the early 80s I was thrilled to see that Danny Joe Brown (RIP) was back in the lead vocal slot, and I was hoping for a return to the "Flirtin' With Disaster" days after the fairly dissappointing "Take No Prisoners." I was a little concerned that Banner Thomas and Bruce Crump were no longer with the band, but when I put the needle to the vinyl those worries quickly fled. This was truly a return to form for the band and I ended up playing it over and over and over again. I still consider this to be one of their best efforts (though maybe not quite on par with their first two outtings). The first two songs on the album are really good solid rockers (as is the opener on side 2) and Fall of the Peacemakers is one of the best songs they ever performed (and a quintessential Souther Rock tune!). I also love the instrumental "Both Sides" which concludes the album. The remaining songs are decent though somewhat of a "filler" nature. If you love Southern Rock, this is a very good addition to your collection if you don't already own it.


Se formó en: 1975 en Jacksonville, FL

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

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 Crump. They recorded a self-titled debut album in 1978, which quickly went platinum; the follow-up, Flirtin'...
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