Mott the Hoople

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  • glam rock
  • classic rock
  • rock
  • 70s
  • hard rock
Mott the Hoople were a glam rock group formed in 1968 in Herefordshire, England near the Welsh border. They were led by Ian Hunter until his departure in 1974. The band would break up in 1976. They are best known for the international hit single All The Young Dudes, written by David Bowie and featured in films such as Clueless and Juno. The band was named after a novel by Willard Manus. The book was about a circus clown named Norman Mott.

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Albums

All the Young Dudes (Remastered + Expanded) (2006)
The Hoople (2006 Re-master) (2006)
Concert Anthology (disc 1) (2005)
Concert Anthology (disc 2) (2005)
Walkin' With a Mountain (1990)
The Hoople (1974)
Mott (1973)
All the Young Dudes (1972)
Brain Capers (1971)
Wildlife (1971)
Mad Shadows (1970)
Mott the Hoople (1969)
All the Way from Stockholm to Philadelphia - live 71/72 (disc 1)
All the way from Stockholm to Philadelphia - Live 71/72 (disc 2)
All The Young Dudes CD1
All The Young Dudes CD2
Drive On
Mott the Hoople / Mad Shadows

Singles

The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll (1974)

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