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Snake Bite Love
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: CMC International
Catalog Number: 86238
Lemmy Kilmister Vocals, Bass|
Mikkey Dee Drums
Phil Campbell Guitars
|1. ||Love for Sale ||4:52|
|2. ||Dogs of War ||3:38|
|3. ||Snake Bite Love ||3:30|
|4. ||Assassin ||4:48|
|5. ||Take the Blame ||4:03|
|6. ||Dead and Gone ||4:18|
|7. ||Night Side ||3:37|
|8. ||Don't Lie To Me ||3:59|
|9. ||Joy of Labour ||4:52|
|10. ||Desperate for You ||3:27|
|11. ||Better Off Dead ||3:40|
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|Total Running Time:|| 44:44|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 26, 2018 at 17:05|
|There's no such thing as a bad Motorhead album, just ones that are less great. Snake Bite Love is one of their--shall we say--more "serviceable" releases. Nothing wrong with it, except that few songs really distinguish themselves beyond being immediately identifiable as Motorhead. The band does have that tendency, especially post-Bastards, to pepper their albums with a handful of fairly interchangeable songs, where, if you heard them on shuffle, you wouldn't be able to name them until Lemmy barks the title. As such, Snake Bite Love just contains a higher percentage of those types of songs. It's a blast while it's blasting, though. My picks are "Love For Sale" and the rather frightening "Assassin." Other than that, I would have to go back and listen again to pick out more. Which proves my point.
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