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8 thoughts on “ The Wolf - Motörhead - Rock N Roll (CD, Album) ”

  1. Titanic 7CD Set. Titanic - Titanic CD. Titanic - Ballad Of A Rock'N'Roll Loser CD. Titanic - Sea Wolf CD. Titanic - Eagle Rock CD. Titanic - Eye Of The Hurricane CD. Titanic - Heart Of Rock CD Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Man kann vom Rock n roll Album halten was man will. Mir hat's damals gefallen und es hat auch noch heute songs drauf, die Spaß machen. Die Live CD aber, ist der Hammer. Motörhead mit zwei Gitarristen hat mir irgendwie einfach mwhr Spaß gemacht, und die live aufbahmen zeigen auch fie unglaubliche kraft der Band damals/5().
  3. This hidden track does not appear on the vinyl version, some CD versions have it at the end of track 4, others at the beginning of track 5. Producer: Guy Bidmead and Motörhead. Recording information: Recorded at Master Rock and Redwood, London. Mixed at Britannia Row, Eden Studios and The Roundhouse, London. Cut at CBS Studios, London.
  4. Feb 04,  · MOTORHEAD - The wolf.- Rock 'n' Roll album - - Motörhead and the first appearance of their four-piece line up of Lemmy, Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor, Würzel and .
  5. His ability to keep the sound tight on faster licks like on “Stone Deaf in the U.S.A.” and “The Wolf” keep the song flowing. Conclusion I stand ashamed. I can’t believe that for a second I actually doubted Motörhead. Not only is “Rock ‘N’ Roll” true return to glory for .
  6. Though they are usually pegged as heavy metal, Motörhead are actually a rock & roll band in the purest sense. And this aptly titled release reminds you that despite their outrageous speed and ear-shattering distortion, Motörhead tunes have much more in common with Chuck Berry than Black rtherericdipolimsipugdagevota.coinfounately, the songwriting here is rather uninspired for the band's standards, and the one .
  7. Motörhead was a heavy metal band (though they prefer to say they play “Rock and Roll” instead) that formed in London, England in and was fronted by vocalist/bassist Ian “Lemmy.
  8. This review is for the CD release of Rock 'N' Roll on Metal-Is (Cat. No. ). This album is an 'ok' Motorhead effort let down hugely by production choices. There's little warmth to the sound and the mix is quite raw but not in a good way/5().

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