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Category: Heavy Metal
Catalog Number: CD-FA 325
Lemmy Kilmister bass, lead vocals, backing vocals|
Larry Wallis guitar, lead vocals on Vibrator and Fools, backing vocals
Phil Taylor drums
Lucas Fox drums on Lost Johnny
This was originally recorded in 1975 and was intended to be the band's first album but wasn't released till 1979.
|1. ||Motorhead ||2:57|
|2. ||On Parole ||5:38|
|3. ||Vibrator ||2:53|
|4. ||Iron Horse/Born to Lose ||5:17|
|5. ||City Kids ||3:43|
|6. ||Fools ||5:35|
|7. ||The Watcher ||4:50|
|8. ||Leaving Here ||2:56|
|9. ||Lost Johnny ||3:31|
|10. ||On Parole ||6:58|
|11. ||City Kids ||3:48|
|12. ||Motorhead ||2:48|
|13. ||Leaving Here ||3:01|
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|Total Running Time:|| 53:55|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: January 24, 2015 at 9:34|
|A very Rock & Roll style of sound is what this album offered...raw and kinda simple but not a bad album though...i own this on vinyl with only 9 tracks in it..."Motorhead" is the best track in here and is the only song that has the sound the band took afterwards and has characterized them through the years...tracks 5,6,7,8 & 9 are ok too but as i said with a more lay back Rock & Roll feel...83/100
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