Molly Hatchet - Beatin' The Odds FLAC album
Title: Beatin' The Odds
Style: Southern Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1480 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1388 mb
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Beatin' the Odds is the third studio album by American southern rock band Molly Hatchet, released in 1980. This is the first album with new vocalist Jimmy Farrar, who replaced Danny Joe Brown. The remastering was directed by famous British producer Jon Astley. The album was also reissued under the SPV/Steamhammer label in 2013 and only included the original tracks.
Beatin’ the Odds Lyrics. Well she grabbed me and asked me If I had a name She told me she was interested to see If I could play the game She said her name was victory She didn't want to know the rules That's just the way I wanted to play In a game designed for fools. Chorus: We were beatin' the odds, we were beatin' the odds We were beatin' the odds again We were gambling with our souls We were playing to win We were beatin' the odds again
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With a change of lead vocalist (Danny Joe Brown replaced by Jimmy Farrar), Molly Hatchet seems to lose a bit of its fire, although "Beatin' the Odds" went on to make a favorable showing on classic rock radio. With only a couple of standout tracks, notably the title track and "Penthouse Pauper," the sound that the band had worked so hard to attain seems to have undergone more obvious changes than just the swapping of a lead singer. Still, a handful of high points here are sure to please the die-hard Molly Hatchet fan. Track Listing.
Album · 1979 · 9 Songs. Beatin' the Odds Molly Hatchet. Listen on Apple Music. Flirtin' With Disaster.