Digipak reissue of this 1978 release, one of the best Southern Rock albums of all time complete with new booklet that contains unseen photos and liner notes. Molly Hatchet rose to fame as the rightful heirs of Southern Rock when Lynyrd Skynyrd's career was derailed by a fateful plane crash in 1977. Producer Tom Werman personally took them under his wing, and in 1978 they released this landmark album. This was no bunch of wet rookies, barely able to do up their proverbial musical shoelaces. Hatchet were controlled, commanding and creative. From 'Bounty Hunter' to 'Gator Country' and 'Dreams I'll Never See' (a cover, written by another southern great Gregg Allman), the record sounds as fresh and valuable today as it did in 1978, when first released. SPV. 2009.