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01 Whiskey man
 
02 It's all over now
 
03 One man's pleasure
 
04 Jukin' city
 
05 Boogie no more
 
06 Flirtin' with disaster
 
07 Good rockin'
 
08 Gunsmoke
 
09 Long time
 
10 Let The Good Times Roll
 
 

Molly Hatchet, like many of the bands who grew out of the Southern states, preferred to live life walking it like they talked it. Blazing a trail akin to their musical and spiritual forefathers Lynyrd Skynyrd, there was little room for frippery in both life and music, but with a dedication to their chosen craft, an understanding that you lived life hard, be it at home or on the road.

In 1979, they again teamed up with producer Werman, this time for the ‘Flirtin’ With Disaster’ album. It hit the US Top 20 in’79, reaching number 19 (making it the biggest album of the band’s career), and in the process shifted more than two million copies. Not only were they now the undisputed commanders of the southern rock genre, but they were also right up there with the biggest names in America. The album was packed with great songs ‘Boogie No More’, ‘Whiskey Man’ and ‘Gunsmoke’ were real favorites. There was also a cover of the Womack & Womack song ‘It’s All Over Now’, which had been a big hit for the Rolling Stones in the mid-’60s (and had originally been done by The Valentinos, featuring Sam Cooke). But the true gem on the record was the title track, which made it to number 42 in the singles chart and arguably still Hatchet’s most enduring song.
 
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