Wolfmother Albums Ranked

Wolfmother is an Australian hard rock band from Sydney, New South Wales. Formed in 2004, the group is centered around vocalist and guitarist Andrew Stockdale, who is the only constant member of the lineup. The band has been through many personnel changes since their formation, with the current incarnation including drummer Hamish Rosser and bassist Brad Heald, both of whom are former members of The Vines. The original – and most commercially successful – line-up included bassist and keyboardist Chris Ross and drummer Myles Heskett. Ross and Heskett left Wolfmother after four years in 2008. Here are all of Wolfmother albums ranked.

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5. New Crown (2014)

“My favorite Wolfmother album because it doesn’t sound so over-produced. It sounds to me like the album I always wished the Strokes produced but never quite got right. Very patchy. I Don’t Know Why and My Tangerine Dream is the only standout tracks, in my opinion.”

4. Rock’n’Roll Baby (2019)

“If you are one of those cantankerous old folks that can’t handle changes, you should probably pass this one by. Bands change as members come and go and people get older. It’s been a rotating cast of characters for almost the whole life of the band, but that’s not always a bad thing. It might take a few listens to get into this but it’s worth it”

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3. Victorious (2016)

Wolfmother, Victorious

“Incredible. Victorious has all the elements from the first one that I liked so much — killer hooks, inventive time signature changes, free-spirited lyrics designed for fun times. My favorite songs are “Best Of A Bad Situation”, “Baroness” and the title track. I highly recommend this.”

2. Cosmic Egg (2009)

“Excellent rock and roll music — epic, driving, bombastic. As with their first album, Wolfmother is aiming high with Cosmic Egg, and they deliver. There are themes both musical and lyrical woven among the various songs, making the album as a whole greater than the sum of its parts.”

1. Wolfmother (2005)

“WOLFMOTHER has hit that mark and obliterated it! The crunchy chords; the distortion; the somewhat muffled drums; the vocals out front: it has the ingredients that made their predecessors huge. If you’re into that 60’s and 70’s hard rock sound that was coined by bands like Jo Jo Gunne, Spirit, Spooky Tooth, Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath (with Ozzy), and Pink Floyd, then you will love this album!’