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|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: September 12, 2015 at 20:12|
|Some consider this effort as one of Lemmy's best stuff,for me,even though is a good one,is quite far from being...tracks 1 & 2 are "classics" for sure ...tracks 3,4 & 8 are also in my book...83/100
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 7, 2021 at 18:36|
|After the slight aberration that was Another Perfect Day, Lemmy gets back to baseline with a new lineup. Of note, this is the first full-length album to feature Phil Campbell on guitar. The record is bookended by two menacing, mid-paced tracks in "Deaf Forever" and "Orgasmatron," both all-time classics for the band (especially the latter). In between we get plenty of speedsters like "Claw," "Ridin' With The Driver" and "Nothing Up My Sleeve." "Dr. Rock" boogies like nobody's business, and was a concert favorite for the rest of the band's career. Lemmy has lamented the production, but it sounds fine to me. (I do notice that he's yelling in more of a high-pitched voice than his usual gruff bark.) This is definitely in upper third of the band's catalog.
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