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  • Audio CD (12 Oct. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Bmg
  • ASIN: B000025TZL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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Tracks: Stand / Cat Scratch Fever / Bad Religion / Jack The Ripper / I Ain't No Nice Guy / Hellraiser / Asylum Choir / Too Good To Be True / You Better Run / Name In Vain / March Or Die

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This album stands alone in the Motorhead catalogue. It's almost commercial. The stand out track is "Jack the Ripper", a song that sounds like it was written back in the early 80s when the Head was churning out classics for fun. "Hellraiser" was written with Ozzy Ozbourne and it sounds a lot more like an Ozzy song than a Motorhead one.
"March or Die" isn't a bad album but it's not a very exciting one either. Thankfully the band would get back to doing what they do best on follow up "Bastards".
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As a hardened Motorhead fan as i have been for many years I will have to be honest..after listening to this record I thought 'Inferno' was good I should have got 'March or Die' first as I been trying to find it for many a long time, all I can say is that this is just a truelly great album a standing testament to just why Lemmy and Co are the legends that they are and leaves one wondering why they have not recieved praise that are really owed to them. I don't know abour March or Die you should March and Buy.
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Still tasting American ( Lemmy having moved there in 1990), the production is cleaner than of recent.Ozzy and Slash appear on 'I aint no nice guy', several tracks have a truly kicking bass, and all finished with a typical Lemmy-lyrical number about humans ruining the planet. Not such a well-known album, but worth owning.
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I’m a latecomer to this 1992 album. I grew up in the Overkill era, drifting away from metal in young adulthood, only to return in my 40s when Kiss of Death re-ignited a dormant love affair with the warpig. But first, the anorak stuff. This album saw the departure of Phil Taylor and the arrival of Mikki Dee as drummer (great hair!). It also has a cover that divides opinion; some fans love it, others find it formulaic, a Motörhead-by-numbers cover that, much like the music, somewhat lacks cohesion.

But how does March ör Die rate muscially? It’s an important album, and a very good one too. But it is not a classic. To my ears, it sounds like they were pitching for the American market with Slash and Ozzy guest spots, a great Ted Nugent cover (Cat Scratch Fever), a pulsing FM-friendly Hellraiser, and the power ballad I Aint No Nice Guy (more of which later). Elsewhere there are high points aplenty in a more traditional vein. Bad Religion and Jack the Ripper cover familiar ground, with wonderful riffs and great Lemmy lyrics. The eery atmospheric title track growls and stomps along like the soundtrack to a Viking funeral cortège. And then there’s Too Good To Be True, with Lemmy pining for a lost love over a thumping backing track. ‘Cold and lonely without you. Don’t know if I can make it through.’ What’s this? Lemmy admitting to frailty?

Actually, yes. And there’s more. This album contains the forgotten masterpiece I Aint No Nice Guy, a beautiful penitent duet with Ozzy Osbourne and featuring a soaring Slash solo. This song captures that moment of realization, of painful honesty, when we look in the mirror and know the truth about ourselves. A farewell to youthful arrogance. I can’t listen to this without getting a lump in my throat. Perhaps it’s my age.
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I always 'got' Perfect Day but this for me is the ultimate true Motorhead album ; man put clearly , its got what it takes and it takes no prisoners .Nuff said .Maximus Metalicus . ok ive been heavily pushed - better than 1916 , better than Barstards ,ok.
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I am a Motorhead fan of course, have all their albums. This one is not their best but I can't let it remain with the previous review and one single star. Come on ! It is not as fast and rock'n'roll as the usual, but in my view it displays some facets no apparent in their previous work. These guys are not just basic instrument stompers, they are musicians, they can play good - even melodious - stuff, so what's wrong with that ? A good one to have for the collection at least.
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Some say this is their commercial album, I'll just say it's one of their most accesible. And it's a very good one, more melodic, more rock'n roll, less trash. This album has by the way some nice solo's by Campbell and Würzel. And there's the guest performance by Slash and Ozzy on I ain't no nice guy. Not groundbreaking, but essential to your Motörhead collection.
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I basically group Motorhead releases into 3 categories. The best ones are must-haves, and ones that you will continue to listen to once you have them (Overkill, Ace of Spades, Inferno etc). Then there are the good ones, which you play at first, but find you do not play them very often (e.g. Bomber, Motorizer). Then there are the ones you will probably play when you first get them, and rarely play again (e.g. Iron Fist, We are Motorhead). March or Die Falls into this category for me. It is not a bad CD, but it is one I have hardly ever played over the years, and whenever I consider putting it on, I tend to go for one of their other ones instead.

This one came after 1916, which was there best relase for years, and for some time to come. That one had strayed from their usual format, and worked brilliantly. This one strays too, but takes a completely misjudged direction by trying to be commercial. Rather than stick with their own sound, it is as thought they are trying to imitate the style of some of the other big bands at the time, and they do it badly. It also contains a dreadful cover of Ted Nugent's Cat Scratch Fever, which alone is enough to put me off it. Actually, for me that song sums up this cd as an example of one of the greatest rock bands ever trying to do what they are not very good at. Buy 1916 and Bastards, the ones before and after. Leave this one to the collectors. I think 3 stars was probably a bit generous, but I do not seem to be able to change that now.
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