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Rock - Verschenen op 18 oktober 2013 | UDR

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Rock - Verschenen op 18 oktober 2013 | UDR

Booklet Onderscheidingen 4 étoiles Rock and Folk
Met Aftershock is de Britse (hard)rockformatie Motörhead alweer toe aan het 21ste studioalbum. De plaat zal voor de fans geen grote verrassingen bevatten. Zoals altijd brengen Motörhead-voorman Lemmy Kilmister en zijn companen veertien tracks, die staan als een huis. Het tempo ligt hoog en alleen bij het bluesnummer "Last Woman Blues" schakelt het trio even terug naar een lagere versnelling. © TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 8 november 1980 | Sanctuary Records

This is not the first time Motörhead’s Ace of Spades (an album onto which fans of Lemmy Kilmister have formed a veritable cult) has been reissued. While the 1996 version included three bonus tracks, the 25th anniversary edition released in 2005 was a lot more generous and offered a second disc with 15 songs, mostly alternative versions. 15 years later, the album is forty years old. Now is no better time to delve into rarities found in this new ultimate Deluxe edition that all fans owe it to themselves to own. With forty additional songs compared to the last Deluxe edition released in 2005, this Ace of Spades reissue’s biggest draw is the two complete concerts that are included, one which took place in Parc Expo in New Orleans on the 5th of March 1981, the other in White Hall in Belfast on the 23rd of December of the same year. The live recordings are true witness to the London band’s fiery stage presence and are simultaneously essential compliments to the famous official live show recorded for vinyl at the time, No Sleep ‘til Hammersmith. While the instrumental tracks are dispensable, the return of alternative versions allows those that were put to one side on the previous anniversary edition to have their say. But what would this beautiful world be without the album that justified the release of this Deluxe package? Remastered once more, the tracks which made the hit record’s success improve in definition without losing any of their vital dirtiness which resulted in a savage coupling between hard rock’s strength and punk energy. Twelve atom bombs which, while they were highly influential for the future thrash rock scene, are pure rock’n’roll songs. Violent as they are.While the tracks on Ace of Spades are similar to those heard on Overkill and Bomber, the sound on this record is a large leap forward. Part of its success can be put down to Vic Maile’s production (who previously worked on Hawkwind albums, Lemmy’s previous band, but also with the Who, Chuck Berry…). Motörhead’s sound is stronger and better produced on this album. Lemmy would explain that Vic worked on Ace of Spades according to his instincts, knowing all there was to know about rock’n’roll. Thanks to this collaboration, the sound of Phil Animal Taylor’s drums and Fast Eddie Clarke’s guitars is explosive (Love Me Like a Reptile, Live to Win) on an album that puts the pedal to the medal without ever changing gear. Whether it be a mere coincidence or scientific reality, Ace of Spades celebrates its fortieth birthday the same year as another monument to hard rock, AC/DC’s Back in Black. Amidst all the euphoria, no one will forget that it is also the fifth anniversary of the death of the band’s charismatic bassist and singer. A legendary frontman who has no need to be canonised to enter Rockstar heaven. There’s one simple reason for this: Lemmy is God. © Chief Brody/Qobuz  
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Rock - Verschenen op 29 juni 1981 | Sanctuary Records

Countless box sets and other reissues have been brought out in tribute to one of the world's greatest rock'n'roll bands following the death of its leader, Lemmy Kilmister. But if there is one live show that deserves a remaster and a re-release, it's surely the biggest one of all time. Released in 1981, less than a year after the legendary Ace of Spades, No Sleep 'til Hammersmith, the band's first official live album, went straight to the top of the English charts upon release. Made up of tracks from three different shows (two in Newcastle, one in Leeds), this small incendiary bomb has already been reissued in 1996 and 2001. But this 40th anniversary version offers never-before-heard bonuses in addition to the original remastered album, which is sure to delight fans. This was an outfit whose music was better enjoyed live than at home, and that meant that No Sleep 'til Hammersmith needed the most faithful restitution possible if it was to convey the intensity of the trio's performance. This is also the case with this anniversary edition.Welcome to the fiery pit. Come and enjoy it with what was then the loudest act in the world. Motörhead starts blasting with Ace of Spades, the track that made them a legend. They are only three musicians, but they storm across the sound spectrum like a horde. The rest of the tracklist is no less intense, alternating deftly between wild rampages and the songs at a slightly less furious tempo before finishing strongly with Overkill, Bomber and Motörhead. The rough, saturated sound of Lemmy's bass mixes magically with  "Fast" Eddie Clarke's guitar, backed by Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor's crazy drums. Previous reissues have been embellished here and there, with this or that bonus piece drawn from the different performances, but No Sleep 'til Hammersmith-40th Anniversary Edition stands out as the ultimate version, because it offers the entirety of the three concerts from which the original was drawn. Not surprisingly, the setlist is the same every time. Some songs are played better or with more conviction on some nights than others, but hearing them all together, along with the crowd reactions, makes for a much more coherent experience. It's enough to shine a whole new light on one of the best live albums in the history of hard rock which, four decades after its release, remains as fresh as ever.  © Chief Brody / Qobuz
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Metal - Verschenen op 23 april 2021 | Motörhead Music

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There won't be any more studio albums, and most of the band's B-sides have been discarded, which means that only live recordings and reissues remain to be released as monuments to one of rock'n'roll's greatest ever groups. On 5 December 2012, Motörhead played one of their biggest shows in Germany, at the Velodrom in Berlin. 12,000 loyal followers turned out to see the band and its leader, the unforgettable Lemmy Kilmister. The singer-bassist was not in top form, as he was already severely weakened by the disease which would take his life almost exactly three years later. But in spite of everything, his unflagging charisma made its mark on the performance that evening. Supported as never before by the infernal duo of Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee, the band were able to put on a performance that was truly "Louder than Everything Else".That night, Motörhead played 15 songs and were on stage for just over an hour. Of course, the greatest classics were all there, from Overkill to Ace of Spades, as well as Over the Top and Killed By Death. The engine took a minute to really get started, but the second half of the set was a real Motörhead, with all the on-stage energy that was the group's hallmark. The band's power owes a lot to impeccable timing from the drummer, who gives a little bit extra to make up for any weakness on the part of the singer-bassist. Louder Than Noise... Live in Berlin lacks the freshness or the raw strength of the concerts of the 80s, but it does have an incredible steam-roller robustness, forged over years of touring after the band had settled into its definitive line-up.This is an overwhelming arsenal of rock'n'roll, and it has been well-served by the mixing work done by Cameron Webb. Webb has worked faithfully with the band for years, producing the albums Bad Magic, Aftershock, The Wörld Is Yours, Motörizer, Kiss of Death, and Inferno, as well as various other official live releases. It is an hour of sound and fury; but above all an hour of joy for an audience which will always remember its idols. This is a new live compilation to add to the trophy cabinet: a tribute to an artist who, even after his death, is still hailed by fans as a god of rock. © Chief Brody / Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 1 september 2017 | Motörhead Music

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Even from above, up on his cloud, Lemmy finds a way to stay in touch. Although this Motörhead album released during the summer of 2017 is in fact a compilation album recorded between 1992 and 2015 by the singer/bass player - who passed away on December 28th, 2015 - and his accomplices. Titled Under Cöver, it is indeed ONLY comprised of covers. While the menu is mostly metal (Judas Priest, Ted Nugent, Ozzy Osbourne, Twisted Sister, Metallica, Dio, etc.), it also features unexpected reinterpretations such as God Save The Queen by the Sex Pistols (2000), Rockaway Beach by the Ramones (2002), Heroes by David Bowie (2015) and two Rolling Stones titles, Jumpin’ Jack Flash (2001) and Sympathy For The Devil (2015). Of course, it’s in this kind of repertoire that the late leader of Motörhead is at his most exciting; preserving his inimitable voice sculpted with Jack Daniel’s to make these classics his own. © MD/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 1 augustus 2013 | Sanctuary Records

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Rock - Verschenen op 8 augustus 2013 | Sanctuary Records

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Hardrock - Verschenen op 8 augustus 2013 | Sanctuary Records

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Metal - Verschenen op 28 augustus 2015 | Motörhead Music

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Motörhead-zanger Lemmy Kilmister had de afgelopen jaren zo te kampen met gezondheidsklachten dat het einde van de Britse heavy metal-band nabij leek. Maar Kilmister besluit gezonder te gaan leven en in 2015 verschijnt dan toch een nieuw album. Op Bad Magic, het 22ste album van de band, klinkt de zanger niet meer zo krachtig als in zijn hoogtijdagen. Maar toch gaat de band op Bad Magic er weer als vanouds flink tegenaan. © TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 8 augustus 2013 | Sanctuary Records

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Rock - Verschenen op 25 oktober 2019 | Sanctuary Records

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Rock - Verschenen op 5 januari 2007 | Golden Core

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Rock - Verschenen op 8 december 1979 | Parlophone UK

Motörhead’s debut album has a very interesting story. It was finished in 1976 but was turned down by United Artists who deemed it too violent and raucous. On Parole wasn’t released until the end of 1979 on the label Bronze which would shape the trio’s future. The trio had already made waves by releasing two benchmark albums that year: Overkill and Bomber. Initially recorded with Larry Wallis on vocals and guitar, Lucas Fox on drums and of course the unstoppable Lemmy Kilmister on bass and vocals, On Parole was released in an already-modified version since Philthy “Animal” Taylor, who had become the group’s drummer in the meantime, was asked to re-record most of Fox’s parts (only the track Lost Johnny remained unchanged). Five of the nine tracks had already appeared on the group’s first eponymous album (1977) but that didn’t matter – it was time to capitalise on the wind in their sails. This was another time, with other norms. What was originally considered raucous hardly raised any eyebrows four years later. Vibrator could almost pass for sped-up Beach Boys with its sweet chorus, while Iron Horse/Born To Lose is, strictly speaking, blues. Hugely influenced by MC5, Motörhead’s hard rock was still far away from their hectic Ace Of Spades. On Parole is particularly interesting album because it showcases the influences that Lemmy has often cited over the years, which became much harder to detect in his music later on. The cherry on the cake is that this “definitive” remastered re-release is supplemented by six demos produced by Dave Edmunds, the very first producer of the LP who gave up halfway. Dusted down magnificently, it’s almost a shame that the whole album didn’t benefit from his signature. It would have perfectly suited the trio that later became the rock legends we know today. Beautiful archives! © Charlélie Arnaud/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 24 maart 1979 | Sanctuary Records

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Rock - Verschenen op 21 augustus 1977 | Ace Records

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Hardrock - Verschenen op 26 februari 1991 | WTG

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Rock - Verschenen op 8 mei 2021 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd

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Metal - Verschenen op 9 maart 1999 | BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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