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
2016 Live In Munich 2015. The World Is Ours - Vol 2 - Anyplace Crazy As Anywhere Else. You'll Get Yours - The Best of Motörhead. Live At The Roundhouse - February 18, 1978.
To its end, Motörhead had released twenty-three studio albums, ten live recordings, twelve compilation albums and five EPs. Usually a power trio, they had particular success in the early 1980s with several successful singles in the UK Top 40 chart. The albums Overkill, Bomber, Ace of Spades, and particularly No Sleep 'til Hammersmith, cemented Motörhead's reputation as a top-tier rock band. As of 2012, Motörhead have sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.
No Motörhead album sounds like anyone else. But maybe Aftershock had a little more of that style than anything they’d done over the previous 25 years. It was everything you wanted from them, but turned up just a little bit extra. There’s blues, 50s rock’n’roll and metal influence right up front, and songs like Loose Woman Blues and Going To Mexico piled on the rhythm. The album that really started the Motörhead craze, and established their unmistakable style – one that’s barely varied to this day. It’s full of songs that have become Motör’ classics over the years, from No Class to Stay Clean, Capricorn to Tear Ya Down. And the title track is inimical yet also warm.
No Remorse (Motörhead album). No Remorse is a compilation album by the band Motörhead, released 15 September 1984, covering their years under contract with Bronze Records and including four newly recorded tracks. This is the last album the band made for Bronze Records, and the first to feature the new and consistent line-up of Lemmy, Phil Campbell, Würzel, and the short lived involvement of Pete Gill on drums.
Motörhead is the debut album by the British heavy metal band Motörhead, released in 1977. On April 1 1977, after a few unsuccessful years of toiling in obscurity hoping for a record deal, Motörhead decided to perform their last show at the London Marquee Club. They asked Ted Carroll, head of Chiswick Records, to record the show for posterity. Instead of recording it, he offered a chance for the band to record a single.
Album Name Motörhead. 版公司 Chiswick Records Barclay Metronome Musik.
|A4||Iron Horse / Born To Lose||5:10|
|B1||White Line Fever||2:32|
|B2||Keep Us On The Road||5:45|
|B4||The Train Kept A Rollin'||3:00|
- Engineer – John Burns
- Producer – Speedy Keen*
NotesLimited edition of 500 hand-numbered copies on grey 180 gram vinyl.
Misprint on jacket: 'Keep Us On The Road' is printed as 'Keepers On The Road' (center label has correctly printed title).
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