MOLLY HATCHET – Beatin’ The Odds +4 [Rock Candy Remastered] *EXCLUSIVE*

With the new remaster of MOLLY HATCHET‘s self-titled album, let’s give a listen to this Rock Candy remaster of the band’s third album “Beatin’ The Odds“, including 4 bonus tracks. This disc has become pretty hard to find, even it isn’t featured at Rock Candy’s website anymore.
Originally released in 1980, ”Beatin’ The Odds” was MOLLY HATCHET’s first album with new vocalist Jimmy Farrar (original vocalist Danny Joe Brown would be back within a year). Again produced by magician Tom Werman, ”Beatin’ The Odds” is one of the best MOLLY HATCHET albums: rockin’, kickin’ n’ hot.
As usual, the sound quality is excellent sound-shaped from 24-bit digital technology by Jon Astley, including 16 page full colour booklet featuring original and enhanced artwork.
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MOLLY HATCHET – Molly Hatchet +5 [Rock Candy remastered & reloaded] (2020) *EXCLUSIVE*

By the mid-1970s, the southern rock sound had been well and truly established by the likes of the Allman Brothers Band, the Outlaws and, most prominently, Lynyrd Skynyrd. It was a style that seemed resistant to change but with the release of MOLLY HATCHET‘s debut album in 1978, that tradition was challenged by a bigger, louder and harder sound that introduced elements of contemporary hard rock into the mix. Now Rock Candy is bringing a fresh remastered version of this classic, plus the rare, promo only LP ‘Molly Hatchet Live’ as bonus tracks.
Indeed, Hatchet’s debut album signaled a new, supercharged, approach to old school…

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