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  1. Drive On, an Album by Mott. Released 12 September on CBS (catalog no. S ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Glam Rock, Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Overend Watts (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, vocals), Nigel Benjamin (lead vocals, guitar), Morgan Fisher (piano, organ, synthesizer, vocals), Ray Majors (lead guitar, vocals), Dale Griffin (drums, vocals), Mott (arranger, producer.
  2. Drive On (Expanded Edition), an album by Mott The Hoople on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. By Tonight is a tight opener and Monte Carlo (the first single) rocks. But there is too much filler, and Love Now is just peurile cock-rock at its most banal. Latter-day Mott The Hoople were recording five-star smashes, but this one rates no more than a three. The reissue (on Rock Candy) saw the addition of the non-LP B-side Shout It All.
  4. Drive On is a album by British band Mott. It was released on the CBS label in the UK and the Columbia label in the United States. A remastered version was released in CD format in by 4/5(2).
  5. Aug 09,  · Drive On is a album by British band Mott (one year before, named Mott the Hoople). The album features the singles "Monte Carlo / Shout It All Out" and "By Tonight / I Can Show You How It Is". Charts: UK - 35, US -
  6. The overall sound is one of bombastic sub-heavy rock, characterised by Benjamin's voice, which certainly wasn't to my taste. Ian Hunter's Dylanesque big anthems had gone, and Mott The Hoople's Stonesy rockers too. The influence now was a sort of Deep Purple meets Black Sabbath sort of thing. TRACK LISTING 1. By Tonight 2. Monte Carlo 3. She /5(6).
  7. Feb 05,  · Mott tries to continue without original members Mick Ralphs and Ian Hunter original bassist Overend Watts contributing most of the songs while they managed to go on without Ralphs for one studio album, the loss of their vocalist and even Ralphs' replacement was just too much perhaps not an awful album but certainly not a good one/5(32).
  8. Joe Elliott of Def Leppard and London's own Quireboys formed the Down 'n' Outz after being asked to open for Mott the Hoople at London's Hammersmith. Their love for the band inspired them into recording "My ReGeneration" (), an album full of Mott the Hoople related tracks. The album was well received including a nod from Rolling Stone/5(52).

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