No Guts...No Glory (Molly Hatchet album)

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No Guts...No Glory
Studio album by Molly Hatchet
Released March 1983
Recorded Bee Jay Recording Studios, Orlando, Florida
Record Plant Studios, Los Angeles, California, 1983
Genre Southern rock, hard rock
Length 41:22
Label Epic
Producer Tom Werman
Molly Hatchet chronology
Take No Prisoners
No Guts...No Glory
The Deed Is Done
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

No Guts...No Glory is the fifth studio album by American southern rock band Molly Hatchet, released in 1983 (see 1983 in music). Original vocalist Danny Joe Brown returns for this recording, with a new rhythm section composed of bassist Riff West (ex-White Witch) and drummer Barry Borden (ex-Mother's Finest). It is their only album not to feature an epic, fantasy themed cover.

The cover photo for the album was reportedly shot at Six Gun Territory, a now defunct theme park in Ocala, Florida.

The album contains the popular song, "Fall of the Peacemakers", which includes overt references to John Lennon. During the tour to support the album, guitarist Steve Holland left the band to be replaced by keyboard player John Galvin.

"What's It Gonna Take", written by Gary O'Connor, was also recorded by the band Fast Forward and appears on their 1984 album Living in Fiction.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "What Does It Matter?" (Danny Joe Brown, Duane Roland, Riff West) – 3:33
  2. "Ain't Even Close" (Brown, Roland, West) – 4:35
  3. "Sweet Dixie" (Dave Hlubek, Steve Holland) – 3:54
  4. "Fall of the Peacemakers" (Hlubek) – 8:03
  5. "What's It Gonna Take?" (Gary O'Connor) – 3:59
  6. "Kinda Like Love" (Bobby Allison, Mac Elsensohn) – 4:09
  7. "Under the Gun" (Hlubek, West) – 3:54
  8. "On the Prowl" (Barry Borden, Brown, Hlubek) – 4:07
  9. "Both Sides" (Hlubek) – 5:08


Band members[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]


  • Tom Werman - producer
  • Gary Ladinsky - engineer, mixing


Album - Billboard (North America)[2]

Year Chart Position
1983 Pop Albums 59