We Are Motörhead [Explicit Lyrics]

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Barnes & Noble - Chris MacDermott
When Lemmy was kicked out of Hawkwind in 1975, he said his new group would be "the dirtiest band in the world. If we moved in next door, your lawn would die." Twenty-five years and several line-up changes later, Motörhead are still ugly as sin and louder than hell. WE ARE MOTÖRHEAD doesn't break any new ground for the band, but finds their power undiminished. The big surprise here is their raucous cover of the Sex Pistols classic "God Save the Queen." Motörhead are always categorized as a heavy metal band, but Lemmy has deep roots in the UK punk scene -- early on, Motörhead often split live bills with the Damned, a band that Lemmy played in for a short period of ...
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Barnes & Noble - Chris MacDermott
When Lemmy was kicked out of Hawkwind in 1975, he said his new group would be "the dirtiest band in the world. If we moved in next door, your lawn would die." Twenty-five years and several line-up changes later, Motörhead are still ugly as sin and louder than hell. WE ARE MOTÖRHEAD doesn't break any new ground for the band, but finds their power undiminished. The big surprise here is their raucous cover of the Sex Pistols classic "God Save the Queen." Motörhead are always categorized as a heavy metal band, but Lemmy has deep roots in the UK punk scene -- early on, Motörhead often split live bills with the Damned, a band that Lemmy played in for a short period of time, and in 1976 Lemmy lived in a communal squat with Sid Vicious before he was a Sex Pistol. The rest of WE ARE MOTÖRHEAD flaunts the band's now classic, noisy sound. Short, hard, and fast songs come lunging out of the speakers, and if their sound doesn't yank your collar, the band's greasy attitude will. On the title track, the band boast "We are Motörhead, born to kick your ass." Here's to another 25 years of killing grass.
All Music Guide - Steve Huey
The '90s witnessed a surprising and somewhat overlooked renaissance for Lemmy Kilmister and Motörhead, starting with 1991's 1916. The follow-up, March or Die, was woefully subpar and overly commercial, and many dismissed 1916 as a fluke and gave the band up for dead. However, Motörhead then embarked on a run of quality albums for smaller, lower-profile labels; Bastards, Sacrifice, and Overnight Sensation were surprisingly consistent, written and performed with conviction in the classic Motörhead style. The band slipped a bit with 1998's Snake Bite Love, but have thankfully stormed into the new millennium in top form. We Are Motörhead maintains the generally high standard of the band's second decade, and while there aren't many speed-freak theatrics exception: opener "See Me Burning", the grimy attitude that's always driven their best work is fully intact. Pared back down to a trio, Kilmister and company deliver a tight, blistering set that's both well-executed and typical of Motörhead's long since established sound. There are no real revelations here, except perhaps that Kilmister still hasn't lost anything to age; of course, longtime fans will be happy to have yet another fine Motörhead record to add to the collection.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/6/2000
  • Label: Steamhammer Europe
  • EAN: 4001617218228
  • Catalog Number: 2182

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Motörhead Primary Artist
Lemmy Bass, Vocals
Mikkey Dee Drums
Tim Butcher Bass
Gomez Guitar
Technical Credits
Steve Jones Composer
Bruce Bouillet Producer
Paul Cook Composer
Bill Cooper Engineer
Bob Kulick Producer
Lemmy Producer, Concept
John Lydon Composer
Glen Matlock Composer
Hobbs Sound Advisor
Johnny Rotten Composer
Mikkey Dee Composer, Producer
Charly Bauerfeind Engineer
Steffan Chirazi Concept
Joe Petagno Concept, Cover Art
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WOW!!! HE'S OLD AND STILL NOBODY ROCKS HARDER!

    MUSIC THE WAY I LIKE IT. HARD, FAST, AND LOUD!!! FROM START TO FINISH THIS ALBUM DOES NOT LET UP. THE ONLY WAY LEMMY AND THE BOYS WILL SLOW DOWN IS WHEN THEY ARE SIX FEET UNDER. WAKE THE DEAD IS THE BEST!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    VIVE LE MOTORHEAD!!

    God bless Motorhead. This latest outing for the band truley raises the standards for all of rock music once again

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best album in years!

    Motorheads new album starts off with a bang, and never lets up. The opener 'See Me Burning' is destined to become an instant classic. The lyrics are just as clever this time around also. 'Come on over bring your sister; I assure you she won't be in the way', sings Lemmy in the opening track. The music is fast loud and heavy with a slight southern rock sound to some of them, especially 'Stage Fright'. Get this one and crank it up. You won't be disappointed.

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