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No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith [VINYL]
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The fact that this was recorded in Newcastle City Hall is of particular value to me as it's where I go to see Motörhead every year, so that makes this album just that little more special for me. But still even without this added bonus this is still an iconic album, as it's full of Motörhead classics and great performances. So people complain about the sound quality of this album but considering that the Motörhead live sound is very hard to capture this is excellently produced and also you could take into account that this sounds completely awesome. Lemmy's bass and Eddie's guitar have the right degree of separation, both of them being bloody loud but never drowning the other out for instance all of Eddie's solos and Lemmy's in `Stay Clean' are perfectly audible. The drums sound excellent as well.
As far as song selection goes, the only real fault is that there isn't enough, but still more than enough Motörclassics to satisfy and then some. The only non classic song here is `Iron Horse' which is good but not in the league with the others as say Motörhead's debut wasn't in league with `Overkill', `Bomber' and `Ace of Spades'.Read more ›
Save yourself money by buying the single cd version. I paid extra for the 2 cd "special edition", and the extra disc just contains inferior recordings of the same songs. Probably the ones that were rejected for the original release.
I do actually think "Everything louder than everyone else" is their best live cd, whereas this is the one people know because it was released at the height of Motorhead's fame. Buy either and you won't be disappointed.
Though surprisingly danceable at times, it's not for the faint-hearted: this is very noisy, uncompromising, aggressive music mostly at a quicker amphetamine-fuelled tempo than the studio recordings of the same tracks. Turn it up as loud as your speakers can stand, your neighbours will love it too! Contains the definitive versions of "Overkill" "Bomber" and "Motorhead" plus bonus recordings previously issued as single b-sides back in the 80s (the band couldn't quite find enough material for a double album).Read more ›
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Motorhead at their peak - the original studio albums are excellent, but these numbers from the first four albums, 'Motorhead', 'Overkill', 'Bomber' and 'Ace of Spades' are played... Read morePublished 18 months ago by M A DE SEY
Good atmosphere with the band hammering away like mad thingsPublished 19 months ago by Peter Norman
The definitive live album by the classic Motorhead line up it captures the intensity and ferociousness of a classic Motorhead concert. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Andrew Sage
Brilliant hardrock by the King of Looking Badass on the Stage and the Gang aka Motorhead. No holds barred, Lemmy whoops our hiney with Motorheads best material in this live-album. Read morePublished on 12 Oct. 2013 by Jan Patrik Sahlstrøm
This is simply one of the greatest heavy metal albums, covering the early period of Motorhead. You may listen to all the studio albums, but this, on two simple sides of vinyl, long... Read morePublished on 16 Feb. 2013 by basiltheanorak
One of the greatest albums, let alone live albums. It's not one for the casual iPod listener who wants a bit of rock in the mix, but for lovers of gruff, energetic (literally)... Read morePublished on 2 Feb. 2012 by Jimothy
This was the first motorhead album I bought, some twenty years ago. I was never really into motorhead, but loved live music, and live albums so I thought I would give it a go. Read morePublished on 20 Sept. 2006 by mike
I first bought this album over 20 years ago but even now it is still the best example of Motorhead you will ever find. Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2006 by A. Snell