Mott the Hoople's follow-up album to All the Young Dudes, 1973's Mott, is a semi-autobiographical concept album about a rock band struggling for success. Self-produced, it was their way of establishing an identity separate from David Bowie and their hit single "All the Young Dudes." Featuring "All the Way from Memphis" and "Ballad of Mott the Hoople," the album solidified the band's status as glam-rock heroes and is considered one of the best albums of their career and of the era. Mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio with a faithful updated rendering of original gatefold art printed at Stoughton Printing. Limited foil-numbered edition of 500 x 200g black vinyl copies manufactured for pristine sound at Quality Record Pressings. Comes in Japanese-style resealable poly bag. Also available as a limited foil-numbered edition of 500 x colored vinyl copies.