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Category: Classic Metal/Rock
Catalog Number: Esm Cd 310
Lemmy Kilmister Lead Vocals, Bass, Guitar|
Phil Taylor Drums
Fast Eddie Clark Guitar
|1. ||Overkill ||5:12|
|2. ||Stay Clean ||2:42|
|3. ||(I Won't) Pay Your Price ||2:57|
|4. ||I'll Be Your Sister ||2:55|
|5. ||Capricorn ||4:11|
|6. ||No Class ||2:41|
|7. ||Damage Case ||3:02|
|8. ||Tear Ya Down ||2:42|
|9. ||Metropolis ||3:37|
|10. ||Limb From Limb ||4:57|
|11. ||Too Late Too Late Bonus Track ||3:27|
|12. ||Like A Nightmare Bonus Track ||4:28|
|13. ||Louie, Louie Bonus Track ||2:48|| ||Cover: The Kingsmen|
|14. ||Tear Ya Down Instrumental Version Bonus Track ||2:39|
|15. ||Louie, Louie Alternate VersionBonus Track ||2:54|
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|Total Running Time:|| 51:12|
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||Date: May 28, 2011 at 17:40|
|Brilliant album. Stay clean, the title track, No class, Damage case, Metropolis...one of Lemmy's finest works.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: February 5, 2018 at 17:20|
|Nearly on the same level as Ace of Spades among early Motorhead albums, Overkill is where they first truly embraced the speed for which they would become synonymous. Nothing outside of hardcore punk and sometimes Judas Priest was as fast as the title track in 1979. Then you get the salute to '50's rock in 'I Won't Pay Your Price," the ZZ Top-on-crank boogie of "No Class" and "Damage Case," and a trove of other delights. The only thing holding this album back from fully challenging Ace Of Spades is that the production isn't as strong. Philthy's intro to "Overkill" doesn't sound as powerful as it should and the tradeoff in Lemmy's bass is that, the more guitar-like it sounds, the less bottom-end you get.
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