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Lightning Strikes Twice

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  • This album was the first for Bobby Ingram, and first for Molly Hatchet without Dave Hlubek. The album takes on a more traditional approach to Southern Rock. Gone are the heavy sound of the triple guitars, but there are still some harmony leads. What this album has done is put keyboardist John Galvin on a pedestal, and takes on more of a blues based Southern “boogie woogie” feel, more like Skynyrd. I know a lot of people do not like this album, because it doesn’t sound like the traditional heavy Molly Hatchet of the first 4 albums, but songs like “There Goes the Neighborhood” and “I Can’t Be Watching You” are actually quite good. Probably could have pulled this off more effectively with less horns and female background vocals, but it’s fun to listen to.

    Posted on December 8, 2009