Motörhead is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Motörhead, released on 21 August 1977, on Chiswick Records, one of the first for the label. It is officially regarded as the band's debut album, though an album was recorded in 1975 for United Artists which was shelved, and was only released in 1979 after the band had established themselves commercially
Released in 1977 as a single from Motörhead. It became Motörhead's first album to break into the top 40 of the UK Albums chart, reaching number 24, with the single reaching number 39 on the UK Singles Chart. These releases were followed by the "Overkill" UK tour which began on 23 March. A subsequent single was released in June, coupling the album track "No Class" as the. A-side with the previously unreleased song "Like a Nightmare" on the B-side During July and August, except for a break . .
The No Remorse album which was a compilation album of Motorhead songs was released in 2004. The first single from the record was the great track Killed By Death. The song Motorhead was originally written by Lemmy for his band Hawkwind. It was released on the 1975 album Warrior on the Edge of Time. Overkill was the title track to one of the greatest Motorhead albums ever released.
Performer: Motorhead Album: No Sleep 'til Hammersmith Label: Bronze/Teichiku Records. Ну а самый главный козырь No Sleep 'Till Hammersmith это, конечно, сумасшедшая "живая" атмосфера выступления одной из самых громких, "грязных" и бескомпромиссных групп за всю историю рока. Абсолютно идеальный концертник, ни одного слабого места тут.
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A new covers album is coming from Motorhead, comprised of the best cover songs from the legendary rock and roll band’s career. Motorhead’s David Bowie cover was recorded during the band’s Bad Magic sessions in 2015 and was one of the last songs Lemmy Kilmister tracked before his death later that year. It's such a great Bowie song, one of his best, and I could only see great things coming out of it from us, and so it proved to be," says Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell, "Lemmy ended up loving our version. He was very, very proud of it," adds drummer Mikkey Dee, "Not only because it turned out so well but because it was fun!