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The World Is Yours
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Category: Heavy Metal
Catalog Number: UDR 0002 CD
Lemmy Kilmister bass guitar, vocals|
Phil Campbell guitar
Mikkey Dee drums
|1. ||Born to Lose ||4:01|
|2. ||I Know How to Die ||3:19|
|3. ||Get Back in Line ||3:35|
|4. ||Devils in My Head ||4:21|
|5. ||Rock 'N' Roll Music ||4:25|
|6. ||Waiting for the Snake ||3:41|
|7. ||Brotherhood of Man ||5:15|
|8. ||Outlaw ||3:30|
|9. ||I Know What You Need ||2:58|
|10. ||Bye Bye Bitch Bye Bye ||4:04|
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|Total Running Time:|| 39:09|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 26, 2018 at 17:12|
|This is my favorite of the new-millennium Motorhead albums, I think. I like Aftershock a lot too, but 14 tracks seems a little too much for this band, and this disc's 10 feels more manageable. And there's just such a high number of standouts and a range of speeds and moods. I can't pick out a bad song, although maybe "I Know What You Need" is kind of forgettable. But when you have stuff like "Born To Lose," "Devils In My Head," "Rock 'n' Roll Music," "Brotherhood Of Man," "Outlaw," and "Bye Bye Bitch Bye Bye," it's easily forgiven.
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