Motörhead Bastards [Original]
Entertainment Weekly: "...[Motorhead] once again demonstrate why punks and metalheads alike bow down before them..." - Rating: A-
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- Released: September 24, 2007
- Originally Released: 2007
- Label: Goldencore Records
Entertainment Weekly - 10/29/93, p.64"...[Motorhead] once again demonstrate why punks and metalheads alike bow down before them..." - Rating: A-
- 1.On Your Feet or on Your Knees
- 3.Death or Glory
- 4.I Am the Sword
- 5.Born to Raise Hell
- 6.Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me
- 7.Bad Woman
- 9.Lost in the Ozone
- 10.I'm Your Man
- 11.We Bring the Shake
Motorhead: Lemmy The Arrogant Bastard (vocals, acoustic guitar, bass); The Welsh Bastard: Zoom (acoustic guitar, guitar); Wurzel The Bastard (guitar); Mikkey Bastard Dee (drums).
Additional personnel: Howard (keyboards).
Recorded at A&M Studios, Hollywood, California.
Personnel: Lemmy Kilmister (vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar); Zoom (guitar, acoustic guitar); W?rzel (guitar); Howard Benson (keyboards); Mickey Dee (drums).
Audio Mixers: Howard Benson; Ryan Dorn.
Recording information: A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA; Prime Time Studios, North Hollywood, CA.
After doing the unthinkable (selling out!) on their commercially minded -- and only -- major-label release March or Die, underground heroes Mot”rhead thankfully returned to a more familiar sonic formula (extremely loud and fast) on the excellent Bastards. Gloriously distorted thrashers such as "On Your Feet or on Your Knees" and "Death or Glory" set the pace, and "Born to Raise Hell" is undoubtedly one of the band's greatest latter-day classics. As usual, major departures such as the acoustic-driven and socially conscious "Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me" stick out like a sore thumb, but the more balanced "Lost in the Ozone" (some acoustic, but also lots of noise) is a pleasant surprise. Though it is often overlooked, this album remains one of the band's strongest releases in the '90s. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia
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