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Molly Hatchet - 1978 Molly Hatchet
The Molly Hatchet debut, released in late 1978 was, in my opinion, a game-changer for the whole southern rock music industry. It saw the combination of traditional southern rock, boogie, blues and 70's classic rock all rolled into one.

Molly Hatchet - 1979 Flirtin' With Disaster
'Flirtin' With Disaster' is the second studio album by Jacksonville favourites Molly Hatchet, and by my reckoning, it's the creme del la creme of their discography.

Molly Hatchet - 1980 Beatin' The Odds
Not a perfect set, but one that ranks with anything Hatchet ever produced. Hatchet had perfected their sound, and contrary to common views, was musically similar to the first two albums.

Molly Hatchet - 1981 Take No Prisoners
Much like 'Beatin' The Odds', 'Take No Prisoners' is not the strongest album in Hatchet's discography, but has a few choice moments to reflect back on.

Molly Hatchet - 1983 No Guts No Glory
It's hard to believe how Hatchet went from this to pure AOR in the space of a year. While 'The Deed Is Done' is a great example of a Southern band turning melodic, I'd rather hear more of the grit displayed on 'No Guts..' That's the true Molly Hatchet, even if they weren't quite the accomplished AOR purveyors.

Molly Hatchet - 1984 The Deed Is Done
In what would be their last studio album until 1989, Molly Hatchet finally followed the lead of .38 Special and dived into the Southern-AOR market.

Molly Hatchet - 1985 Double Trouble Live
The performances on this 2LP set were lifted from shows in Dallas and Jacksonville, and if I was a time traveller going back to the 80's, I would've loved to have been in the front-row of a Molly gig.

Molly Hatchet - 1989 Lightning Strikes Twice
Molly Hatchet certainly inject more than enough 'hook & melody' into their brand of tough barroom Southern Rock to be considered one of the flagships of Southern AOR.

Molly Hatchet - 2005 Warriors Of The Rainbow Bridge
Very enjoyable set from these Southern boys. Very melodic and pretty darn heavy too!

Molly Hatchet - 2010 Justice
While Dave Hlubek remains the only original member of Hatchet still in the band, this lineup is more enduring than some of its more famous incarnations.

Molly Hatchet - 2012 Regrinding The Steel
There's little more to add other than this being a disgusting release, with even less relevance than the recent live Whitesnake albums.

The Essential Series - 2017 Southern Rock & Boogie (Volume 1) by Gdazegod
Having just completed an article whereby we wrote about a selection of West Coast classics, we turn our hand to Boogie. Yes, Southern Rock boogie.