Lynyrd Skynyrd was at the top of the world in 1974. Their third studio album, Nuthin' Fancy, broke into the Top 10 on the U.S. Albums chart the year prior. After such a successful release, Skynyrd followed it up with another album that made history.
That album was titled Gimme Back My Bullets. Released on February 2, 1976, the album eventually peaked at the 20th position on the U.S. albums chart. Five years after its release, Gimme Back My Bullets was certified Gold by the RIAA, marking the sale of 500,000 copies.
Gimme Back My Bullets is known for containing some of Skynyrd's most recognizable songs, including the title track and "Double Trouble." But there are some lesser-known details about the album that only the most devoted members of Skynyrd Nation have any clue about.
We've put together a list of a few fun facts about Gimme Back My Bullets for y'all to enjoy! Go ahead and click the button below to get started.