Wolfmother - Wolfmother
Critic Score
Based on 16 reviews
2005 Ratings: #204 / 479
User Score
Based on 132 ratings
2005 Ratings: #183
Liked by 8 people
October 31, 2005 / Release Date
LP / Format
Modular / Label
Hard Rock / Genres
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There were some good cuts on this, but overall this album just felt so bland and redundant. The only redeeming piece on this is "Mind’s Eye", the rest is just redundant and boring.


Before we had anything within the realm of a Gretta Van Fleet, who many criticize for ripping off the sound of a group like Led Zeppelin, we had a group like Wolfmother who utilized 70s hard rock as a stomping ground of their own. This isn’t to say that Wolfmother are like Gretta Van Fleet, far from it; the juxtaposition between them is that one group utilized their musical space to recreate, and the other used that space as a place to re-imagine. Rather than commit to tired tropes and ... read more


Great album that invigorates that 70s rock feel while also coming off as very original. What an awesome album.


Not bad and Joker and the Thief is awesome but I can’t help but think of Shrek


Rating 300 - The album that got me into rock music... yes seriously

Yes, it was indeed the songs from this album that made me like rock music and help me build a foundation to my current taste in music. I used to listen to the singles on this album a lot when I was a kid. These songs followed me throughout my childhood/early teenage years. I would listen to them whenever I wasn't listening to EDM garbage and they were even part of the soundtracks of video games I was playing at the time, so of ... read more


This is very nostalgic to me and I love basically every song on this.

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Track List


  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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