Motörhead is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Motörhead, released on 21 August 1977, on Chiswick Records, one of the first for the label. It is officially regarded as the band's debut album, though an album was recorded in 1975 for United Artists which was shelved, and was only released in 1979 after the band had established themselves commercially
Over four decades, Motörhead released 23 studio albums, a vast array of music now embedded into rock folklore. It’s fair to say that without this band the whole shape of music as we know it today would have been very different. Only Lemmy was an ever-present, of course, with 10 other musicians appearing at various stages of the band’s recording career. And not all of the albums are cast iron classics. Everyone involved with this album subsequently admitted it was somewhat rushed. Moreover, some of the songs were not up to the quality expected of this band. On all fronts, it sound as if everyone was too stressed. With hindsight, it’s an album that could have been improved with a little more application. 20. Overnight Sensation (1996).
After doing the unthinkable (selling out!) on their commercially minded - and only - major-label release March or Die, underground heroes Motörhead thankfully returned to a more familiar sonic formula (extremely loud and fast) on the excellent Bastards. Gloriously distorted thrashers such as "On Your Feet or on Your Knees" and "Death or Glory" set the pace, and "Born to Raise Hell" is undoubtedly one of the band's greatest latter-day classics.
Motörhead - The Muggers Tapes 6 0 1195. Motörhead - Heroes (David Bowie Cover) (Single) 4 0 1280. Motörhead - Clean Your Clock (DVD) 3 0 568. Motorhead - Rockpalast 2014 2 0 181. Motörhead - Discography (1976 - 2017). 1981 - German TV Special EP 1981 - St Valentines Day Massacre (Motorhead & Girlschool) 1990 - Welcome To The Bear Trap 1997 - Take No Prisoners 1999 - Dirty Love 2000 - The Best Of Motorhead 2001 - I Got Mine 2002 - Tear Ya Down - The Rarities 2005 - Essential Noize. The Very Best Of 2009 - Greatest Hits 2010 - Aces Up My Sleeve 2010 - All the aces 2010 - Covers 2016 - The 20 Greatest Motorhead Songs 2017 - MadMax 3 2017 - Under Cöver. Box Set. 2003 - Stone Deaf Forever! (5CD Set) 2012 - Classic Album Selection [6CD). 2003 - A Tribute To Motorhead 2016 - All The Aces.
Take, for instance, Bad Magic, Motörhead’s 22nd studio album. Its release marks 40 years of Motörhead’s trademark biker brand of pure-blooded rock ‘n’ roll. Bad Magic is produced by Cameron Webb and features the Motörhead that we have known the longest, at just over 20 years, with Phil Campbell on guitar and Mikkey Dee on drums. It’s a Motörhead album through and through, and while it’s been said that once you’ve listened to one Motörhead record, you’ve listened to them all, there’s a reason why listeners return to the band’s records.
Motörhead’s first album of the ‘90s gave us good reason to believe they had another decade like their ‘70s or ‘80s ahead of them. It was not to be, but what a last gasp of greatness: From the opening kick-drum cannonballs of The One to Sing the Blues, this is a legendary band un-muddying themselves the correct way, putting crunch and thunder and speed above all else without sacrificing clarity or dirt
|A6||Ace Of Spades|
|A7||Stone Deaf In The Usa|
|B1||Eat The Rich|
|B2||Built For Speed|
|C1||Just Cause You Got The Power|
|D1||Killed By Death|
|D5||Ace Of Spades|
Notes2 LP set on coloured vinyl (yellow) limited to 100 copies. There are said to be at least 4 different colours (green, yellow, blue, red) of sleeves with a picture of Lemmy and a round sticker on front. The sticker says "Limited edition of 100 only, coloured vinyl, Trade Mark of Quality".
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