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  • I bought this as my first Motorhead album. It was a flashback to when I was 14 and metal ruled the world. However, even then Motorhead was never quite as accepted as more ‘main-stream’ metal bands, like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. Still, Motorhead tended to rock harder, as if to say,”You’re more popular, but we’re still going to kick your tails!”

    On to the album: If you have the ‘Best Of’ collection, there’s not much need for this one. All the big hits found here are there, plus Best Of features even more. NO REMORSE is only necessary if you’re looking for some neat tracks not found elsewhere.

    It’s fun to hear Wendy O. Williams join the boys on a cover of No Class and a rousing version of ‘Stand By Your Man’. And Snaggletooth is a bonifide rocker. However, the rest of the stuff is found on Best Of, and with better production.

    So, if you’re a die-hard rounding out your collection, go for this one. IF you’re a newbie looking for a good place to get started, go for the Best Of compilation.

    Posted on January 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • No Remorse collects all of Motorheads most awesome songs, brings in some solid new ones, and ends up being an exemplary introduction to the band. Actually, this may even be worth it for diehard fans, as it’s a quality overview – up until 1984 that is. Going through song by song would [be difficult], so here’s the very best: Ace of Spades, Motorhead, Iron Fist, Overkill, Please Don’t Touch, Emergency, Steal Your Face, No Class, and We are The Road Crew. What makes these songs so good is definitely not variety, considering most of the songs are variations of others. What it comes down to is energy, humor – and something most bands of that era forgot about: good guitar, drumming, and bass. All that packaged into 2 cds makes this the best (and only?) introduction to Lemmy and the gang. Oh yeah, those last 2 songs with Wendy O Williams[are weak]! …

    Posted on January 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This is the best Motorhead compliation out there. It contains all the classics and very little filler. Unfortunately, Motorhead has released some great songs since (“I Don’t Believe a Word”, Deaf Forever”, “Devils”, Living In the Past”, Orgasmatron”, Love Me Forever”) so those gems will not be found here. That said, this is the starting point for any Motorhead or heavy metal fan.

    Posted on January 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This is where I started with Motorhead. I still consider it essential, despite owning “Stone Deaf Forever”. Pure “Motor-Music”.

    Posted on January 9, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Even though it came out in 1984, I’d give this the edge over the 2000 “Best of…” anthology for a greater concentration of hits and more tracks per dollar. This is the best place to start for the curious or newcomers and a nice recap for the committed. Great remastering and booklet.

    Posted on January 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now