on 20 May 2014
I must be in the minority but i don't care i really liked this album on its release and the following tour with Robbo even though he didn't go out of his way to endear himself to the fans. a typical Motorhead album but with the added dimension of Robbos guitar playing, the opener Back at the funny farm is a corker with now familiar lemmy's play on words at the forefront of the lyrics,shine is a really good song along with dancing on your grave, rock it, one track mind, another perfect day, marching off to war, i got mine, tales of glory and die you b**** in all a very underrated Motorhead album.The deluxe edition includes a live set from the tour that followed and although they did not include motorhead, overkill or Ace of spades in the set it is still a good set list delivered in Motorheads unique way.I am a big Motorhead fan and have been for years especially the fast eddie and philthy line up but life goes on and Motorhead have consistently made really good albums since those days and the current line up are still doing it and long may it continue Lemmy's health permitting of course.
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on 20 April 2011
this album caused quite a stir when it came out old motorhead fans didnt like it much because of brian robertson changing the bands sound making them sound more melodic with better song writing and brilliant guitar playing motorheads best and one of robbo,s best the live cd of the following tour is also very good i also have a live cd of another show on this tour which is also very good if not better than this one its called live 83 .