The first album to showcase Motorhead as a four-piece, and introduce us to guitarists Wurzel and the indomitable Phil Campbell. Along with the short-lived departure of Philthy Taylor, replaced by the talented but oft unsung Pete Gill, things were looking bleak for Lemmy, but the infusion of new players with new ideas and abilities seemed instead to bring out the best in everyone involved. A more modern production style was adopted as well and suddenly the band was faced with creating not just a great hard rock album, but a heavy metal monolith. The songs on Orgasmatron are incredibly catchy, and almost nothing resembling “filler” is to be found. As if the album itself wasn’t enough, you get a bonus concert recorded in 1984, that contains the classics as well as then brand new single “Killed By Death”. In short, if God ever made a hard rock album, this is what it would probably sound like.