aus dem Album "Better Motörhead Than Dead - Live At Hammersmith" (). Ace Of Spades (live) aus dem Album "The Wörld Is Ours - Vol. 1" (). Of course the song Motorhead is present, lot of other good songs, like Lost Johnny, White Line Fever, and the Yardbirds cover Train Kept A Rolling, With. Liveaufnahmen sind nur dann in der Liste enthalten, wenn Motörhead von den dort aufgenommenen Songs keine Studioversion veröffentlicht hat. Außerdem.
Tod von Lemmy Kilmister: Die 10 besten Motörhead-SongsLemmy was fired from his previous band Hawkwind in and, adopting the title of the last song he wrote for Hawkwind, he formed Motörhead to play raucous. Everything louder than everyone else: Dieser Soundcloud-Mix aus Motörhead-Songs hat es in sich. Motörhead: Die 20 besten Songs zum Jubiläum. "Ace Of Spades" erschien vor 40 Jahren. Lemmy betrachtete es als eines unter vielen.
Motörhead Songs 19. Dancing On Your Grave (Another Perfect Day, 1983) VideoTop 10 Motörhead Songs
Im Folgenden werde ich erlГutern, was die PrГambeln verschiedener Verfassungen und Grundgesetze der LГndern der Motörhead Songs Anmeldung Elitepartner Gleichheit aller Menschen und zur Gleichberechtigung der Frauen Motörhead Songs MГnner vorschreiben. - Press Play For MurderMusic Playlist. Cover of Metallica's "Enter Sandman." You be the judge. Play as loudly as. Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons. sort by album sort by song. album: "Motörhead" () Motörhead. Vibrator. Lost Johnny. Iron Horse / Born To Lose. White Line Fever. Keep Us On The Road. With more than tracks to choose from, we somehow managed to come up with a list of the Top 10 Motorhead Songs, shattered eardrums be damned. 10 ‘I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)’. Find Motörhead discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Related Blog Posts. Inside Thomas Gabriel Fischer's Avant-Metal Requiem That Took Decades and Multiple Bands to Complete. The 20 best Motörhead songs ever. Lost Woman Blues (Aftershock, ) One for all those who believe Motörhead were always one dimensional, only about being aggressive and raw. This Dancing On Your Grave (Another Perfect Day, ) Iron Horse/Born To Lose (Motörhead, ) The.
Eat The Gun. Eat The Rich. Fast And Loose. Fire, Fire. Go To Hell. Going To Brazil. Heart Of Stone. I Ain't No Nice Guy.
I Am The Sword. I Don't Believe A Word. I Got Mine. I'll Be Your Sister. I'm The Doctor. I'm Your Man.
I'm Your Witch Doctor. In Another Time. Iron Fist. Iron Horse. Iron Horse Born To Lose. Iron Horse born To Lose.
Jack The Ripper. Joy Of Labour. Just 'cos You Got The Power. Keep Us On The Road. Kill The World. Killed By Death. Leaving Here. Like A Nightmare.
Limb From Limb. CMC International. Overnight Sensation. Snake Bite Love. Everything Louder Than Everyone Else. We Are Motörhead.
Kiss of Death. The Wörld Is Yours. The Wörld Is Ours, Vol. Bad Magic. Then came "Killed by Death," which put everyone in their place. One of four new cuts recorded for the must-own No Remorse compilation album, "Killed by Death" boasts all of Motorhead's classic hallmarks.
Lemmy has rarely deployed such inspired wordplay Between 26 and 28 January , the band started recording their self-produced new album at Ramport Studios, before moving onto Morgan Studios to continue the sessions throughout February.
On 3 April the single " Iron Fist " was released, reaching No. Williams and the Plasmatics. Clarke felt that the song compromised the band's principles, refused to play on the recording and resigned, later forming his own band, Fastway.
Lemmy and Taylor made numerous telephone calls to find a guitarist, including one to Brian Robertson , formerly with Thin Lizzy , who was recording a solo album in Canada.
He agreed to help out and complete the tour with them. This led to an amicable agreement that Robertson would leave,   playing his last engagement with the band at the Berlin Metropol on 11 November.
After Robertson's departure in , the band were sent tapes from all over the world from potential guitarists. The group returned to the concept of dual lead guitars by hiring unknowns Würzel and Phil Campbell formerly of Persian Risk.
Scenes of the band playing are interspersed with the characters' antics as they rush to the railway station, in a parody of The Beatles ' comedy film A Hard Day's Night.
Before joining Motörhead, Phil Campbell had met former Saxon drummer Pete Gill , and the trio decided to call him to see if he would like to visit London.
The try-outs went well and Gill was hired. Bronze Records thought the new line-up would not make the grade and decided to "nail down the lid" on the group with a compilation album.
When Lemmy found out, he took over the project, selecting tracks, providing sleeve notes and insisted that Motörhead record four brand new tracks to go at the end of each side of the album.
The single " Killed by Death " was released on 1 September and reached No. The band were involved in a court case with Bronze over the next two years, believing that their releases were not being promoted properly, and the record company banned them from the recording studio.
On 26 October the band made a live appearance on the British Channel 4 music programme The Tube, performing "Killed By Death", "Steal Your Face" over which the programme's end-credits were played and the unbroadcast "Overkill", before going on to their next engagement that evening.
From 19 November to 15 December the band toured America with Canadian speed metal band Exciter and Danish heavy metal band Mercyful Fate and from 26 to 30 December performed five shows in Germany.
On 5 April , ITV broadcast four songs that were recorded after the band went off air on their earlier appearance on The Tube programme.
To celebrate the band's 10th anniversary, two shows were arranged at Hammersmith Odeon on 28 and 29 June, a video of the second show was taken and later released as The Birthday Party.
The court case with Bronze was finally settled in the band's favour. The band's management instigated their own label, GWR.
The single reached No. The performance closed with a flypast by a couple of Second World War German aircraft. In October they toured America and in December were in Germany.
In , during the filming of Eat the Rich — in which Lemmy was taking a starring role alongside well-known comedy actors such as Robbie Coltrane , Kathy Burke , the regulars from The Comic Strip ensemble, and various other musician cameo appearances  — Gill left the band and Taylor returned to appear in the band's cameo as "In House Club Band" alongside Würzel and Campbell.
The band wrote " Eat the Rich " especially for the film, its soundtrack featured tracks from Orgasmatron and Würzel's solo single "Bess".
The band's second album for GWR was Rock 'n' Roll , released on 5 September, after a tight work schedule in the studio. While having some popular tracks and using "Eat the Rich" as its second track, the band commented that the album was virtually "nailed together".
The tracks were released as No Sleep at All on 15 October. A single from the album was planned with the band wanting "Traitor" as the A-side, but " Ace of Spades " was chosen instead.
When the band noticed the change, they refused to allow the single to be distributed to the shops, and it was withdrawn and became available only on the "No Sleep at All" tour and through the Motörheadbangers fan club.
While they continued to play live shows during and , Motörhead once again felt unhappy with their career, and a court case with GWR followed, which was not resolved until mid In the studio they recorded four songs with producer Ed Stasium , before deciding he had to go.
When Lemmy listened to one of the mixes of "Going to Brazil", he asked for him to turn up four tracks, and on doing so heard claves and tambourines that Stasium had added without their knowledge.
Stasium was fired and Peter Solley was hired as producer. The story according to Stasium was that Lemmy's drug and alcohol intake had far exceeded the limitations of Stasium's patience so he quit.
The single, which was issued in 7", cassette, shaped picture disc , 12" and CD single, reached No. The band finished the year with six dates in Germany during December.
On 28 March , the band played what would turn out to be Taylor's last engagement at Irvine Meadows, Irvine, California. Three drummers participated in the making of the March ör Die album: Phil Taylor, who was fired because he did not learn the drum tracks on the song "I Ain't No Nice Guy"; Tommy Aldridge who recorded most of the material on the album; and Mikkey Dee , who recorded " Hellraiser ", a song originally written by Lemmy for Ozzy Osbourne's No More Tears album.
March ör Die features guest appearances by Ozzy Osbourne and Slash. He had asked Dee to become Motörhead's drummer before, but Dee had declined due to his commitment to King Diamond.
On this occasion, Dee was available and met the band to try out. Playing the song "Hellraiser" first, Lemmy thought "he was very good immediately.
It was obvious that it was going to work. The single " Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me " included the song " Born to Raise Hell ", which also appeared on the album and would later be re-recorded with collaborative vocals from both Ice-T and Ugly Kid Joe frontman Whitfield Crane for the soundtrack of the movie Airheads in which Lemmy also made a cameo appearance and released as a single in its own right.
Although Bastards received airtime, the record company ZYX Music would not pay for promotional copies, so the band sent out copies themselves.
In April the band resumed their tour of the States until early May, playing an engagement with the Ramones on 14 May at the Estadio Velez in Buenos Aires,  attracting a crowd of 50, people.
The band's touring schedule began in Europe in late April. In June, they went on a second tour with Black Sabbath, this time supported by Tiamat , until the band succumbed to influenza and headed back to Los Angeles and Cherokee Studios in Hollywood where they were to record an album.
During the sessions it became clear that Würzel was not extending himself and left the band after the recording.
The band decided to continue as a three-man line-up and a tour of Europe was performed throughout October and the first two days of November.
A three-day tour of South America followed the week after. In , the band began touring the States in early January and played 30 venues up to 15 February; a seven-date tour of Europe in June and July was followed by two engagements in South America during August.
The album was released on 15 October, the first official album of the band as a three-piece since Another Perfect Day and the best distributed album the band had had for years.
In August, three dates in Europe were followed by seven dates in Britain, which ended with a show at the Brixton Academy on 25 October, where the guest musician was Paul Inder, Lemmy's son, for "Ace of Spades".
A further four dates in October in Russia concluded the year Lemmy recalled that the touring was going particularly well, with some countries like Argentina and Japan putting the band in larger venues, and the English promoters discovered that "they could turn a nice profit with Motörhead shows".
In his opinion, the three-piece line-up was performing excellently and it was high time they made another live record.
The band were invited to join the Ozzfest Tour and played dates across the States during early July until early August and were in Europe from early October until late November.
In Motörhead made a tour of the states between 20 April and 2 June, before going to Karo Studios in Brackel , Germany to record their next album, We Are Motörhead , which was released in May the following year.
During the time the album sessions took place, the band played at venues around Europe, the first of which was at Fila Forum in Assago , near Milan , where Metallica's James Hetfield joined the band on-stage to play "Overkill".
In October and early November, the band toured the states with Nashville Pussy. The two shows were billed under the Kerrang! The show also featured the return of the Bomber lighting rig.
I nodded off through the 10th anniversary, we never did anything on the 20th, so the 25th made sense. A tour of West and East Europe followed the anniversary concert, taking the band through October, November and December.
After taking a month off, the band began working on a new album at Chuck Reid's house in the Hollywood Hills.
This album, Hammered , was released the following year. The band returned to the States for a seven show tour between late September and early October.
In April , a DVD of some of Motörhead's performances from the s and s along with some stock footage of the band was released as The Best of Motörhead.
Two weeks earlier, the Hammered album was released and supported by the "Hammered" tour, which kicked off in the States at around the same time.
The final venue was the Wembley Arena in London, where instead of Psycho Squad, the band were supported by Hawkwind, with Lemmy performing "Silver Machine" on stage with them.
Throughout the rest of October and better part of November, the band were on a European tour with Anthrax. In April and May , the band continued to promote the Hammered album in the States, and on the three dates Phil Campbell had to miss, his mother having died, Todd Youth stood in for him.
On 7 October a comprehensive five-disc collection of the band's recordings covering — was released as Stone Deaf Forever! The band performed seven shows across Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain between 21 and 28 October and from late November until early December they were in Germany and Switzerland, touring with Skew Siskin and Mustasch.
Often regarded as the heroes who revived the heavy metal scene in the late 70s and early 80s, British rock band Motörhead have produced some seriously successful records in the heavy metal music sector, with some even earning top 20 spots on lists of the best metal albums of all time.
The title track of the album Bomber , this single was released on the second album of and made fans everywhere bang their heads and dance the way only hard metal, rock and roll followers can.
One of their biggest hits to be performed live, crowds everywhere love Motorhead for what it represents to the band as the song that launched their collective careers.
Popular contemporary heavy metal artists of the 21 st century include Avenged Sevenfold, Tool, Lamb of God, and Mastadon.
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