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  • The perfect meld of punk energy and hard rock is realized on Motorhead’s self-titled album. This is music that demands to be heard.

    Posted on February 26, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This is supposed to be remastered audio from 2007, they could have done a better job.

    Posted on February 26, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Without this album,or this band,the evolution of “Heavy/Thrash Metal” would have been totally different or not at all.If this record had not been released and Motorhead had folded(which was a distinct possibility at the time)then it is conceivable that you would not now have the Metallicas and Slayers of this world. What has to be understood about this album is the musical environment it was released into.At the time there was NOTHING that sounded like this or was as heavy as this and it took the rock fraternity of the time and blew the top of its collective head off.This is also a damned good album and most of the songs here are classics,real rip-roarers that have stood the test of time.OK,by todays standards the recording quality is not quite up to scratch but don’t let that bother you.Just turn your hi-fi up as loud as it can phisycaly go and enjoy an album which changed the course of rock forever.

    Posted on February 26, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Originally released in 1977,a year or two after Lemmy exited Hawkwind.As most of you probably know,this is Motorhead’s stunning debut record. So good to finally get it on CD.Simply outstanding British metal.Does it get any better than this?I could listen to this CD two or three times in a row,it’s THAT good. Tracks that more than make this disc a true keeper are the opener, title cut-the band’s namesake “Motorhead”, “Lost Johnny”, the slammin’ “Iron Horse/Born To Lose”, “Keep Us On The Road” and “City Kids” (also liked the Pink Fairie’s version of this tune). Plus you get four(4)bonus cuts tagged on. Line-up: Lemmy-bass&vocals,Larry Wallis(former Fairies member)-guitar and Lucas Fox(R.I.P.)-drums. So highly recommended,it hurts.

    Posted on February 26, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This is Motorhead in the early years and is still the best. Lost Johnny, Iron Horse and The Watcher are classics.

    Posted on February 26, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now