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Fall Of The Peacemakers 1980-1985 [Import]
  • Artist: Molly Hatchet
  • Label: Cherry Red
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • UPC: 5013929920606
  • Item #: 2058923X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/3/2018
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Fall Of The Peacemakers 1980-1985 [Import] on CD

UK four CD set by the Southern rockers. Formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 1971, Molly Hatchet were easily able to fill arenas across the States by the time their second LP Flirtin' With Disaster was released in 1979. By 1980, Danny Joe Brown had been replaced with Jimmy Farrar on vocals, and it was this line-up that appears on the first CD of this set, Take No Prisoners. Whereas their first three long players had been housed in sleeves painted by famed artist Frank Frazetta, it was fantasy illustrator Boris Vallejo who painted their latest opus. The album now includes radio edits of 'Lady Luck' and 'Power Play', as well as a memorable run through 'Mississippi Queen', with Molly Hatchet joined by Ted Nugent. On stage is where this band pulled no punches, and it's no surprise that their label released exclusive, vinyl only promo LPs to radio stations, with Disc One completed by a show recorded at Lakeland Civic Center Arena in 1980, and simply titled Live. By the time that 1983's No Guts. No Glory was released, Danny Joe Brown had returned to the mic stand, and again the band were joined by famed producer Tom Werman twiddling the studio knobs. Disc Two of this set is now expanded to feature 'Kinda Like Love' (Radio Edit) and 'Fall Of The Peacemakers' (Short Version) as bonus cuts. By 1984, Molly Hatchet felt that they needed to emulate some of the commercial sheen shown by fellow southern rockers ZZ Top, who'd been catapulted to superstar status with the release of Eliminator. Enlisting the latter's recording engineer Terry Manning to produce their new record certainly made The Deed Is Done a more radio-friendly prospect, as well as the welcome return of an axe wielding, armored warrior

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