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Another Perfect Day
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||Date: May 28, 2011 at 18:07|
|Another great Motörhead album, the only one with Brian Robertson. Was not so popular when it was released in 1983, but IMO this is one of their best. Favourite tracks are Back at the funny farm, Dancing on your grave, I got mine and Shine.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: January 22, 2016 at 11:27|
|This was just a good album if you compare it with some of the band's previous releases...typical sound of the band filled with catchy raw rocking songs(they created this type of sound in metal i believe so)...tracks 1( ),2( : ) ),9 & 10 are for me...80/100
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 7, 2021 at 18:17|
|Exit Fast Eddie, enter Brian Robertson (late of Thin Lizzy). An odd fit from the start, Lemmy admitted, in everything from his guitar-playing to his funny clothes. His playing is a bit more melodic than you would expect for a Motorhead album, and his tone has a shimmery shine to it (little bit of chorus?). There are even several songs with clean guitars, like "One Track Mind,"
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 7, 2021 at 18:24|
|... "Marching Off To War" and "I Got Mine." It makes for an almost happy sound, and Lemmy's singing is more tuneful. A song like "Dancing On Your Grave" is almost poppy by this band's standards. All of this is not to say that Another Perfect Day is a bad album—it isn't, not at all. It's just a little different. But then you have true hidden gems: "Rock It" sounds the most like the Motorhead we know and love, along with the bonus track "Turn You Round Again." "Tales Of Glory" is my other favorite, along with the aforementioned "Grave." Alas, "Die You Bastard" doesn't quite live up to its title.
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