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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
A1 Shoot You In The Back A2 Damage Case A3 Stay Clean A4 Metropolis A5 Over The Top A6 The Chase Is Better Than The Catch A7 Rock It A8 Do You Believe A9 Lost Woman Blues B1 Doctor Rock B2 Just 'Cos You Got The Power B3 Going To Brazil. B4 Ace Of Spades B5 Overkill.
Going to Brazil Lyrics. Here we go again on a 747 Looking at the clouds On the other side of Heaven Smoking and drinking Never gonna stop Reading magazines stop me Looking at the clock. Wanna watch a movie Can't sit still Flying down to Rio Going to Brazil. Watching all the road crew Attacking little girls Joined the mile high club Going around the world All the booze is free Airline going broke Here comes the lady With another Jack 'n' Coke. Steve, Clem, Hobbsy,.
The last Motörhead studio album, Bad Magic has a real stench of the blues running through it. Despite his health problems, Lemmy sounded forthright and confident on an album that, if anything, had a lot in common with On Parole 7. Orgasmatron (1986). The first, and last, full album to feature drummer Pete Gill, it amply showcased that the new guitar alliance of Würzel and Phil Campbell was ready to take Motörhead forward. 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.
album: "Motörhead" (1977). The One To Sing The Blues I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care) No Voices In The Sky Going To Brazil Nightmare, The Dreamtime Love Me Forever Angel City Make My Day Ramones Shut You Down 1916. album: "March Ör Die" (1992). Stand Cat Scratch Fever Bad Religion Jack The Ripper I Ain't No Nice Guy Hellraiser Asylum Choir Too Good To Be True You Better Run Name In Vain March Ör Die.
3. Serial Killer (Clip). 4. We Are Motörhead (Clip). Live at hammersmith apollo, 16TH june 2005. Hammer Down: the Tribute to Motörhead. Tribute, 2006, Crimson Mask Records.
|A1||Shoot You In The Back|
|A5||Over The Top|
|A6||The Chase Is Better Than The Catch|
|A8||Do You Believe|
|A9||Lost Woman Blues|
|B2||Just `cos You Got The Power|
|B3||Going To Brazil|
|B4||Ace Of Spades|
NotesIncludes T.shirt and poster.
Limited to 20 copies in white vinyl.
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