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Lista de los grupos Hard Rock Motörhead Born to Lose, Live to Win (The Bronze Singles 1978-1983). Miembros poseen este álbum24. DISC 1 - Louie Louie/Tear Ya Down.
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Undoubtedly one of rock's most anthologized bands bar none (even Kiss!), heavy metal legends Motörhead have their back catalog plundered and reconfigured yet again with this collection of singles (including B-sides) from their Bronze Records years.
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Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Motörhead discography (misc). lt; The Early Years (1998). The Golden Years - The Alternate Versions (1999). Motörhead discography (all). lt; Everything Louder than Everyone Else (1999). Born to Lose, Live to Win (The Bronze Singles 1978-1983).
Born to Lose may refer to: "Born to Lose", associated with Ray Charles since 1962 and composed 1943 by Ted Daffan. Born to Lose", on LaVern Baker album Let Me Belong to You, 1970. Born to Lose", on Black Sabbath album The Eternal Idol, 1987. Born to Lose", on Shirley Bassey album Four Decades of Song (recorded 1976). Born to Lose", on Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers album . Born to Lose", on UFO album Obsession, 1978.
Born to lose, live to win, read his Ace of Spades tattoo, and he clearly lived that mantra. He was expelled from school because he beat his headmaster with a cane. He got a job as a roadie for Hendrix where his duties mostly involved scoring drugs. An outcast, an outsider, and by no means a pretty boy (more like a greasy swampman), he partied hard. That’s the cocktail that made Motörhead such a vital band-their dirtbag lyrics were being sung by a real-life deviant party monster. These guys were bold, brazen, uncompromising characters-a loose template to work from later in life. He saw the Beatles at the Cavern Club, appreciating their musicianship, sense of humor, and scrappiness. In his memoir, he describes watching John Lennon knock a guy out during a show one night.