Motorhead – The Best of Motörhead Reviews

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13 responses to “Motorhead – The Best of Motörhead Reviews”

  1. Ulysses says:

    Dave Leon, what are you smokin! People like you do not even know who the greats are. This is an excellent CD. It lacks only a few songs that are here. They do this so you buythe entire catalog. It is a great first CD for new listeners Lemmy. Lemmy Kilmister is the greatest live rock n roll living legend today. Dave Grohl has it right, trust him. The best thing about the train engine is that it rolls on every year with massive tour dates. Saw them in Chi-town in March at the Inferno tour “Wow.” Plus the great new material every two years. If Lemmy, Phil and Mickey, she had, as it would do a new CD every six months, and it would be great. Dave Leon is not the tool on the same planet as Motorhead. Dave do not know who John Sykes, Gary Moore and Glenn Hughes are? Probably not. Long Live Motorheead.

  2. Durin says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great balence of tunes
    both old and new songs are all tits on this disc.Motorhead is one of the best hard Rock bands ever to grace this crazy world.There so cool there ice cold.

  3. Sydnee says:

    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Motorhead Lite
    Great selection of songs but too many sound like they have been remastered as though Motorhead was trying to get them played on a top 40 radio station. That’s not Motorhead.

  4. Edge says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Rules Motorhead!
    It’s awesome Motorhead, they are so good metal and rock! You should listen it before buy it. That’s why, I love it. Trust me and you will love it.

  5. Lakeithia says:

    I'm assuming that if you control this “Best Of” compilation you are relatively new in the band. This album is quite simply their most popular tracks on 2 CDs. Unless you are a tight-WAD I would any other 20 or so dollars and get the 5-CD “Best Of” box set “Stone Deaf Forever”. It's worth it. But if you just looking for a fairly cheap way to ensure the engine hits you buy Damn Thing! Lemmy & Crew never dissapoint.
      What the pu ** y boy who claims that F *** ing grain and anyone else that stale Rock FM, which nobody really cares is better than Motorhead … Get the jump man! Powerman 5000 and Disturbed are solid metal acts? Motorhead The reason so long as they are, because they weaklings blow off stage … Brothers.

  6. Shona says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Motorhead Rocks!
    The Best of Motorhead is a great collection of songs. I’ve had it for about a month now and it’s almost all I listen to. This was the first Motorhead CD(s) I’ve bought.

  7. Edgar says:

    This is the first collection of Motorhead CD I bought, although I always enjoy her songs when I heard them (which is not often). I think the reason Motorhead are not more popular is because their music, but very striking, do not fit into the standard rock categories. It's like a cross between heavy metal and punk, but it is too fast for metal and too heavy for punk. For me it is like a much heavier version of AC / DC, in other words, a great rock band through and through. There are many great songs here, and a few classics ( “Ace of Spades”, “Eat the Rich” and “Orgasmatron” among them). The lyrics are often witty and sometimes surprisingly poetic. The game is fast, intense and dense, and Lemmy's screeching vocals are a perfect complement to the intensity of the songs. The only criticism I have is that the quality of some of the shots (particularly the former) occasionally leaves something to be desired. If you just started in Motörhead, you could not be better than this compilation.

  8. Chita says:

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lem’s Gems
    I’ve often found Motorhead albums a bit middlin’, a bit one-dimensional (excepting `Another Perfect Day’ which is extraordinary), but often boasting 2 or 3 exceptional songs which…

  9. Micha says:

    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Really Best of!!
    This collection was not chosen well. The band’s early years are covered well, but the still-in-print No Remorse is a much better collection of the early years.

  10. Anonymous says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s what I was expecting
    I would highly suggest this for someone who likes the band and doesn’t want to have to buy a lot of cds to get a lot of motorhead.

  11. Ireland says:

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not the best collection of “Best of”
    Multiple obvious incorrect choices for a greatest hits. You would think that they could get all the best with 40-45 songs to work with but they didn’t.

  12. Jago says:

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Strong Collection for One of Metal’s Greats.
    There have been innumerable Motorhead collections over the years, but this is one of the few that attempts to mix old with the new.

  13. Sybil says:

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not my favorite compilation from a metal group
    Just before I bought this I found an special version of Overkill with some bonus tracks. I expected this disc as a complement for that amazing special edition of my favorite…

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