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Wolfmother

Pledging allegiance to thick, throttling fuzz guitars, primal psychedelia, and thundering rhythms, the 21st century rock revivalists Wolfmother split the difference between the classic sludge of Black Sabbath and the retro-garage rock of the White Stripes. Led by guitarist/vocalist Andrew Stockdale, the power trio came storming out of Sydney, Australia in 2006 with a self-titled debut that generated international hits in the form of "Woman" and "Joker & the Thief." Although they had some stumbles following up this initial success -- bandmembers came and went, leaving Stockdale the sole original member -- their subsequent albums Cosmic Egg (2009) and New Crown (2014) played to a cult devoted to their heavy, riff-oriented rock.

Stockdale formed Wolfmother in 2000 with drummer Myles Heskett, who then brought in bassist/keyboardist Chris Ross. A few years of woodshedding followed but things started to move quickly after their first concert in April 2004. Four months later, the trio inked a deal with Modular Records, knocking out a self-titled EP at Detroit's Ghetto Studios with producer Jim Diamond (not coincidentally, Diamond helmed early White Stripes records). The EP wound up charting on the Australian singles chart and the group kept touring before signing to Universal Records and heading to Los Angeles to cut a full-length debut with producer David Sardy. Wolfmother, the album, came out in Australia that October, where it turned into a big hit; it would eventually be certified quintuple platinum in their homeland. Other territories followed in early 2006 and the album performed well in each of them thanks to the singles "White Unicorn," "Woman," and "Joker & the Thief," along with a host of film, television, and video game placements, not to mention constant touring with a focus on festivals.

Following this heavy promotion for Wolfmother, fractures started appearing in the band. In August 2008, Universal announced the departure of Heskett and Ross. Stockdale expanded Wolfmother to a quartet, adding guitarist Aidan Nemeth, bassist/keyboardist Ian Peres, and drummer Dave Atkins, debuting this lineup early in 2009 under the pseudonym White Feather. Around this time, this incarnation began recording a second Wolfmother album. Entitled Cosmic Egg, it appeared in the fall of 2009, debuting high in many countries -- it reached three in Australia and 16 in the U.S. -- but it failed to generate the same excitement as the debut. Wolfmother continued to tour the album into 2011, with Will Rockwell-Scott replacing drummer Atkins in 2010. Then, they turned their attention to recording a third album but things in the band continued to be unstable. Nemeth and Rockwell-Scott both departed in 2012, replaced by guitarist Vin Steele and drummer Hamish Rosser, and a new keyboardist called Elliott Hammond also joined as the group continued to record a third album. As it turned out, Stockdale decided to retire the name Wolfmother and release the record as a solo album called Keep Moving in the summer of 2013. Keep Moving didn't do much on the charts -- it peaked at 32 in Australia -- and by the end of the year, Stockdale announced that Wolfmother was once again an active concern (albeit without Hammond, who turned out to be a short-timer). Steele moved over to drums and Wolfmother were once again a trio; this is the version that released a surprise album called New Crown in the spring of 2014. A year later their debut was re-released as as deluxe, two disc edition in celebration of Wolfmother's tenth anniversary.

A new track "Victorious," was issued as a pre-release single in November, and followed by a second "Gypsy Caravan," in January, 2016. n Febnruary, the album Victorious was released. Recorded in Hollywood, it was produced by Brendan O'Brien. the lineup listed Stockdale on guitars, basses, and vocals, Peres on keyboards, and drummers Josh Freese and Joey Waronker. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Cosmic Egg

1. California Queen

2. New Moon Rising

3. White Feather

4. Sundial

5. In The Morning

6. 10,000 Feet

7. Cosmic Egg

8. Far Away

9. Pilgrim

10. In The Castle

11. Phoenix

12. Violence Of The Sun

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Track List: Wolfmother

1. Colossal

2. Woman

3. White Unicorn

4. Pyramid

5. Mind's Eye

6. Joker & The Thief

7. Dimension

8. Where Eagles Have Been

9. Apple Tree

10. Tales From The Forest Of Gnomes

11. Witchcraft

12. Vagabond

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Track List: Dimensions

1. Dimension

2. Mind's Eye

3. Love Train

4. The Earth's Rotation Around The Sun

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Track List: New Crown

1. How Many Times

2. Enemy Is In Your Mind

3. Heavy Weight

4. New Crown

5. Tall Ships

6. Feelings

7. "I Ain't Got No"

8. She Got It

9. Tangerine Dream

10. Radio

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Track List: Victorious (Single)

1. Victorious

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Just saw them in Monday at the paradise club in Boston. Unbelievable show, so great live
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They still play??? Too good not to. Very special...
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killer show at St Andrews Hall in Detroit this weekend
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Woman
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Wolfmother is the best!
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daveyofthena v y
This one sounds very much like Jethro Tull.
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They are touring the US starting in Feb 2016 to support their new album called Victories due out the same month. Great band!
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I like it riff is so catchy
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smokeyvon
Who's dissing Jack White? I got here from White Stripes Radio.
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If I had to pick a like sounding group sound garden comes to mind
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Jack White is brilliant. Shut up, losers, and go back to listening to your nickel back.
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Heard the song "woman" a few years ago and forgot all about these guys until recently and f**king love the newer stuff
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These dudes rock great tunes.
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Love these guys. It's scary how much the vocals sound like Billy Squire from the early 80's!
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People have a right to their opinions. Personally, I do dig a little White Stripes. The Black Keys I'm not so keen on, though. If you like Wolfmother, you should also check out Royal Blood and Crobot. Those bands are also awesome!!
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Lol @That one guy
Channelling some inner Pet Detective
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Dey so nas. I like et alot
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Wolfmother sounds like they are from the same realm as Uriah Heep. And that is good, very GOOD. Heep's early stuff was banging and Wolfmother is a more intense style which is perfect.
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JF ....Yeah Jack sucks...he doesn't have a huge following, just get inducted to the rock hall of fame, nashville hall of fame, etc.....Alth o u g h I understand how change may scare you. Although since we are on WOLFMOTHER'S page.......t h e y are awesome!
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Dude sounds a lot like Jack White. Except the songs don't suck, like Jack White's.
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Colossal is my favourite from this band!! \m/ \m/
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anthonyb518
uriah heep is slow as balls
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Uriah Heep Dream Mare
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All u guys need to listen to uriah heep. That's who wolfmother really sounds like
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The spawn of Black Sabbath....
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Wolfmother is the tits! I'd love to jam with Stockdale and his mates
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Glad woman came up in the rotation
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That's for you willy.
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They are better than the beach boys... Because the beach boys blow.
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I love them a lot.
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They are my favorite band
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It is fantastic
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Wolf mother is great
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Ignore willy, he is getting senile.
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In Fact I did vomit
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So damn bad I could vomit
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So damn good it hurts to listen to anything else.
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Woman you know ya woman you got to be a woman I got the feeling of love........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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I also take that back. They released it on March 23, of last year...
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I take that back. Just realized they're releasing it on March 24
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Make a new album already!!
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My favorite rockers!
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blackjeep7
crank it up fukers!!!
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Led Zeppelin re-born.
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davidjcabrer a 6
Absolutely love them and this song. God I love good rock.
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Their sound reminds me of Trapeze and Foghat.
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Don't like them
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Love it
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Yeah, this band is great headbanging blues-rock! Royal Blood and Crobot are also excellent, and so is Beware of Darkness. As for The Black Keys... Well, they aren't terrible - but I prefer for my blues-rock to be headbanging.
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