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No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith [Deluxe Edition]

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Ace Of Spades (Newcastle 30/03/1981)
    2. Stay Clean (Newcastle 30/03/1981)
    3. Metropolis (Newcastle 30/03/1981)
    4. Hammer, The (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    5. Iron Horse - Born To Lose (Unspecified 1980)
    6. No Class (Leeds 28/03/2981)
    7. Overkill (Newcastle 30/03/1981)
    8. (We Are) The Roadcrew (Newcastle 30/03/1981)
    9. Capricorn (Newcastle 30/03/1981)
    10. Bomber (Leeds 28/03/1981)
    11. Motorhead (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    12. Over The Top (Newcastle 30/03/1981) [Bonus Track]
    13. Shoot You In The Back (Newcastle 30/03/1981) [Bonus Track]
    14. Jailbait (Leeds 28/03/1981) [Bonus Track]
    15. Leaving Here (Leeds 28/03/1981) [Bonus Track]
    16. Fire Fire (Newcastle 29/03/1981) [Bonus Track]
    17. Too Late, Too Late (Newcastle 30/03/1981) [Bonus Track]
    18. Bite The Bullet/The Chase is Better Than The Catch (Newcastle 30/03/1981) [Bonus Track]
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Ace Of Spades (Leeds 28/03/1981)
    2. Stay Clean (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    3. Metropolis (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    4. Hammer, The (Leeds 28/03/1981)
    5. Capricorn (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    6. No Class (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    7. (We Are) The Road Crew (Leeds 28/03/1981)
    8. Bite The Bullet/The Chase Is Better Than The Catch (Leeds 28/03/1981)
    9. Overkill (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    10. Bomber (Newcastle 29/03/1981)
    11. Motorhead (Newcastle 30/03/1981)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 060251785575

  • Credits

    Motorhead: Lemmy Kilmister, Fast Eddie Clarke, Phil Taylor.
    Recorded live in England in 1980 & 1981.
    All tracks have been digitally remastered.
    Personnel: Lemmy Kilmister (vocals, bass guitar); Phil Campbell (electric guitar); Mikkey Dee (drums).
    Unlike many heavy metal contemporaries, Motorhead leader Lemmy possesses self-deprecating humour. Stripped of pretension, he goads the basic three-chord trick with a full-throated bellow, emphasizing his trio's vicious racket. On this live selection the group reprise the cream of their back catalogue with untrammelled venom, in the process destroying already power-packed studio counterparts. Continuing a line from the MC5 and Stooges, rather than gothic fantasy, the band understand the excitement of noise and exploit it to its full potential. Thrash metal and hardcore owe them a debt but, as this album proves, there is only one Motorhead.

  • Critic Reviews
    Q (10/96, pp.186-187) - 3 Stars - Good - "...the best title of any live album ever....contains faster and rougher versions of Motorhead's best songs, most of which were pretty fast and rough already..."
    Mojo (Publisher) (12/01, p.124) - "...A masterpiece..."
    Record Collector (magazine) (p.138) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[D]elivered with brutal immediacy....There is a fearsome intensity throughout, meaning this remains one of the key live metal albums."
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