Motorhead at their stongest. Raw power.,
This review is from: Bomber (Audio CD)
Motorhead influenced your dog, that's how wide an influence they are, you just can't escape it Motorhead are the reason most metal bands sound the way they do. Their overdriven bluesy hard rock should make anybody who hears it bow and curtsy in reverence and then headbang until you don't know where you are anymore.
It is a funny feeling listening to Motorhead, it is almost like you could potentially get a very violent electric shock every time you listen to this album. A scary proposition but which you will constantly accept every time you press repeat on the stereo.
There are no standout tracks because there are no sub-brilliant tracks. It is an album that rocks your socks -and everything else- off from start to finish. There is an incredible magic which takes pride in the sheer beauty of the rough, raw, untamed diamond as nature intended. It is a two fingered salute to the cut diamond variety.
This is one of those timeless albums and one that appears too far down those charts of classic albums that you find in magazines. This is a complete and utter stone cold classic, up there with Sabbath and Maiden. The album sounds heavy and raw even today and most importantly it has that fun element, that most bands today lose under a stiflingly dense production job.
Dead Men Tell No Tales
Stone Dead Forever
All The Aces
Over the Top
Leaving Here (Live)
Stone Dead Forever (Live)
Dead Men Tell No Tales (Live)
Too Late Too Late (Live)