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Wolfmother discography

Wolfmother discography
WolfmotherMay2016.jpg
The current lineup of Wolfmother performing on the Gypsy Caravan Tour in 2016. Left to right: Andrew Stockdale, Ian Peres, Alex Carapetis.
Studio albums 4
Video albums 1
Music videos 12
EPs 4
Singles 11
Other appearances 3

The discography of Australian hard rock band Wolfmother consists of four studio albums, four extended plays (EPs), eleven singles, twelve music videos and one video album. The band have also contributed to two soundtracks and one tribute album.

Wolfmother were formed in 2000 by vocalist and guitarist Andrew Stockdale, bassist and keyboardist Chris Ross, and drummer Myles Heskett.[1] After signing with Modular Recordings and releasing their self-titled debut EP in 2004, the band's debut full-length studio album, also titled Wolfmother, was released in Australia in 2005 and reached number three on the Australian Albums Chart.[2] The album was released internationally the following year, selling over 1.5 million copies worldwide by 2009.[3]

In August 2008, Ross and Heskett left the band due to "irreconcilable personal and musical differences".[4] Wolfmother returned in early 2010 with a new lineup featuring bassist and keyboardist Ian Peres, rhythm guitarist Aidan Nemeth and drummer Dave Atkins.[5] The follow-up to Wolfmother, Cosmic Egg was released in October 2009, again reaching number three in Australia and also charting in the top 20 on the US Billboard 200, the Canadian Albums Chart and other charts.[2][6][7]

After more lineup changes, Stockdale stopped using the Wolfmother name in 2013 and released a collection of recent recordings under his own name as Keep Moving.[8] The band returned shortly after the album's release, however, and later released their third album New Crown in March 2014,[9] which reached number 160 on the Billboard 200.[6] The band released their fourth studio album Victorious in February 2016,[10] which reached number 17 on the Australian Albums Chart.[2]

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
AUS
[2]
AUT
[11]
BEL
Fla.

[12]
CAN
[7]
FIN
[13]
GER
[14]
NED
[15]
SWI
[16]
UK
[17]
US
[6]
Wolfmother
  • Released: 31 October 2005
  • Label: Modular (#036)
  • Formats: CD, LP
3 59 58 29 27 50 23 64 25 22
Cosmic Egg
  • Released: 23 October 2009
  • Label: Modular (#111)
  • Formats: CD, LP, DL
3 11 38 12 32 11 14 26 35 16
  • US: 123,000[8]
  • ARIA: Platinum[22]
New Crown
  • Released: 23 March 2014
  • Label: none (self-released)
  • Formats: CD, LP, DL
160
Victorious
  • Released: 19 February 2016
  • Label: UMe (#47648)
  • Formats: CD, LP, DL
17 9 35 33 34 9 20 5 25 71
"—" denotes a release that did not chart or was not issued in that region.

Extended plays

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peaks
AUS
[2]
Wolfmother
  • Released: 27 September 2004
  • Label: Modular (MODEP010)
  • Format: CD
35
Dimensions
  • Released: 31 January 2006
  • Label: Interscope (0006120)
  • Format: CD+
Please Experience Wolfmother Live
  • Released: 24 August 2007
  • Label: Modular
  • Format: DL
iTunes Live from Sydney
  • Released: 30 March 2010
  • Label: Modular
  • Format: DL
"—" denotes a release that did not chart or was not issued in that region.

Singles

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
AUS
[2]
AUT
[11]
CAN
[24]
CAN
Rock

[25]
UK
[17]
UK
Rock

[26]
US
Acti.

[27]
US
Alt.

[28]
US
Bubb.

[29]
US Main.
[30]
"Mind's Eye" 2005 29 Wolfmother
"White Unicorn" 2006 33 29
"Dimension" 49 1
"Woman" 34 31 2 10 12 7
"Love Train" 62 2
"Joker & the Thief" 8 61 64 31 27
"Back Round" 2009 100 Cosmic Egg
"New Moon Rising" 50 73 32 38 33
"White Feather" 2010
"Far Away"
"Victorious" 2015 8 26 Victorious
"—" denotes a release that did not chart or was not issued in that region.

Videos

Video albums

List of video albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peaks Certifications
AUS
[32]
Please Experience Wolfmother Live
  • Released: 31 August 2007
  • Label: Modular (MODDVD4)
  • Format: DVD
7
  • ARIA: Platinum[33]

Music videos

List of music videos, with directors
Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Mind's Eye" 2005 The Malloys [34]
"White Unicorn" 2006 Kris Moyes [35]
"Dimension" The Malloys [36]
"Woman" Alex and Martin [37]
"Love Train" Jay Martin [38]
"Joker & the Thief" The Malloys [36]
"Apple Tree" (live) 2007 [39]
"New Moon Rising" 2009 Special Problems [40]
"White Feather" 2010 Pete Moore [41]
"Far Away" Hydra [42]
"Heavy Weight" 2013 Unknown [43]
"Victorious" 2016 Brother Willis [44]

Other appearances

List of other song appearances
Title Year Album Ref.
"Pleased to Meet You" 2007 Spider-Man 3 [45]
"Fell Down a Hole" 2010 Almost Alice [46]
"Cheap Sunglasses" 2011 ZZ Top: A Tribute from Friends [47]

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  47. ^ "Steven Tyler, Mastodon, Wolfmother, Filter Featured on ZZ Top Tribute Album". Blabbermouth.net. Roadrunner Records. 24 August 2011. Retrieved 1 July 2015. 

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