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Before forming Motörhead, Ian Kilmister (aka Lemmy) could boast of having been a member of space rock cowboys Hawkwind and a career in horsebreaking (that's horsebreaking, not housebreaking). He was also, to top it all, the son of a vicar. Having been expelled from his former employers after a disagreement with border guards over the contents of his luggage, he took the name for his new band from the final song he'd written for Hawkwind. Together with Larry Wallis of the Pink Fairies and drummer Philthy Animal Taylor, Motörhead recorded a debut album that was rejected by United Artists (you can just imagine the face of the poor guy who got the short straw and had to tell Lemmy), though it was eventually released as On Parole in 1979. As a result, the group expanded with the addition of "Fast" Eddie Clarke on guitar. Wallis then left after just one rehearsal, leaving the classic Motörhead lineup in shape for their debut proper. Rock & roll had never heard the like. Though only a minor chart success, Motörhead patented the group's style: Lemmy's rasping vocal over a speeding juggernaut of guitar, bass, and drums. The lyrical theme was "Don't mess with us" instead of "Don't mess with our hair." Before this, hard rock was about musicianship and exhibitionism. Motörhead, conversely, returned mainstream rock to its most brutal base elements -- no wonder the punks liked them. ~ Alex Ogg

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Motörhead 00:03:10

Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Ian Kilmister, Composer - EMI UNITED PARTNERSHIP LTD, MusicPublisher

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

2
Vibrator 00:03:36

Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Larry Wallis, Composer - Imagem London Ltd, MusicPublisher

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

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Lost Johnny 00:04:14

Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Ian Kilmister, Composer - Mick Farren, Composer - EMI UNITED PARTNERSHIP LTD, MusicPublisher - Bardell-Smith Pub Ltd, MusicPublisher

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

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Iron Horse/Born To Lose 00:05:20

Phil Taylor, Composer - Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Derek Brown, Composer - Guy Lawrence, Composer - Motor Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

5
White Line Fever 00:02:37

Eddie Clarke, Composer - Phil Taylor, Composer - Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Ian Kilmister, Composer - ACTON GREEN MUSIC LTD, MusicPublisher

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

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Keep Us On The Road 00:05:55

Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Ian Kilmister, Edward Clarke, Philip Taylor, Mick Farren, Composer - Motor Music Ltd/Acton Green Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

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The Watcher 00:04:27

Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Ian Kilmister, Composer - EMI UNITED PARTNERSHIP LTD, MusicPublisher

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

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The Train Kept A Rollin' 00:03:15

Motorhead, Artist, MainArtist - Peter Maurice Music Co Ltd, MusicPublisher - Myron Bradshaw, Lois Mann, Howie Kay, Composer

2008 Ace Records 1977 Ace Records

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Before forming Motörhead, Ian Kilmister (aka Lemmy) could boast of having been a member of space rock cowboys Hawkwind and a career in horsebreaking (that's horsebreaking, not housebreaking). He was also, to top it all, the son of a vicar. Having been expelled from his former employers after a disagreement with border guards over the contents of his luggage, he took the name for his new band from the final song he'd written for Hawkwind. Together with Larry Wallis of the Pink Fairies and drummer Philthy Animal Taylor, Motörhead recorded a debut album that was rejected by United Artists (you can just imagine the face of the poor guy who got the short straw and had to tell Lemmy), though it was eventually released as On Parole in 1979. As a result, the group expanded with the addition of "Fast" Eddie Clarke on guitar. Wallis then left after just one rehearsal, leaving the classic Motörhead lineup in shape for their debut proper. Rock & roll had never heard the like. Though only a minor chart success, Motörhead patented the group's style: Lemmy's rasping vocal over a speeding juggernaut of guitar, bass, and drums. The lyrical theme was "Don't mess with us" instead of "Don't mess with our hair." Before this, hard rock was about musicianship and exhibitionism. Motörhead, conversely, returned mainstream rock to its most brutal base elements -- no wonder the punks liked them. ~ Alex Ogg

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