Release date: 14 December 2010
Style: Heavy metal

Rating:

7.5 | 168 votes

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41 want it


01. Born To Lose
02. I Know How To Die
03. Get Back In Line
04. Devils In My Head
05. Rock 'N' Roll Music
06. Waiting For The Snake
07. Brotherhood Of Man
08. Outlaw
09. I Know What You Need
10. Bye Bye Bitch Bye Bye

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Additional info
Released on 14 December 2010 by Future PLC's Classic Rock magazine.
Standard CD released on 8 February 2011 through Motörhead Music, distributed by EMI Label Services.

Produced by Cameron Webb.

Staff review by
Doc Godin

Rating:
5.9
Motörhead are the same as a lot of long running bands. Every year or two they release an album, you know you're going to be in for a nice treat when you listen to it, but above all, you know you're not in for any surprises. Though, unlike many of these old school acts, with Motörhead there's always fluctuation in quality from album to album, where it's almost created a pattern in itself. Let's take a look; Inferno was just pure brilliance, probably one of the best albums of Lemmy's career, then came Kiss Of Death - the quality slightly dipped, but still offered a lot. Then came Motorizer; it was OK, but also had too much filler to be up for any awards. Now, right on the 2 year schedule we have the newest offering - The World Is Yours. Sorry to say folks, but this has to be one of the most uninspired records the great 'Head has ever produced.

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published 20.12.2010 | Comments (28)

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Daikin - 15.08.2010 at 14:33  
  Motorhead - Aces Up My Sleeve (Release August 16 2010 by Sanctuary Records)
2010 celebrates the 35th anniversary since the former Hawkwind bassist and Jimi Hendrix roadie, put together one of the loudest, nastiest & filthiest sounding bands of all time to. That man is - Lemmy and the band are Motorhead. It seems appropriate to look back once more at the incredible legacy this lot have left us. You'll know all the tracks inside out including 'Ace Of Spades', which is bigger, brighter and better as the years go by. 'Eat The Rich' to 'Bomber', 'Iron Fist' to 'Killed By Death', 'Overkill' to 'Stay Clean'�they're each fully matured and individual, albeit clearly belong to the same band. This compilation spans the ten-year period from the 1977 single 'Leaving Here' [their first single] to the aforementioned 'Eat The Rich'. Each track is unique, every song is special. A period of tremendous activity and dynamic from one of our greatest ever bands.

Motorhead Lyrics: http://www.discoogle.com/wiki/Motorhead_Lyrics
vezzy - 15.08.2010 at 17:38  
  Oh hell yeah.
In Bone Factory - 26.10.2010 at 22:29  
Rating: 8 OFM
Ph0eNiX - 26.10.2010 at 22:31  
  WEEEEEEEEEEE-HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm curious to see if they switched anything up with sound for this.
whitepawel - 25.11.2010 at 23:41  
Rating: 6 The worst Motörhead album since Sacrifice :\
Angelic Storm - 26.11.2010 at 06:20  
 
Written by whitepawel on 25.11.2010 at 23:41

The worst Motörhead album since Sacrifice :\


What? How have you managed to hear it? :\

I would say that "Sacrifice" is one of the weaker Motorhead albums, although "Out Of The Sun" is an awesome track from it. xD
theFIST - 26.11.2010 at 12:26  
  Looking at the album title and some song titles i have one question: will this be the last Motörhead album?
whitepawel - 26.11.2010 at 17:44  
Rating: 6
Written by Angelic Storm on 26.11.2010 at 06:20

Written by whitepawel on 25.11.2010 at 23:41

The worst Motörhead album since Sacrifice :\


What? How have you managed to hear it? :\

I would say that "Sacrifice" is one of the weaker Motorhead albums, although "Out Of The Sun" is an awesome track from it. xD


It leaked. And I couldn't wait
BudDa - 08.12.2010 at 11:06  
Rating: 8
Written by whitepawel on 25.11.2010 at 23:41

The worst Motörhead album since Sacrifice :\


Not True! and I like this album.
The first 3 songs + Rock N Roll Music and Outlaw are unabashedly Motörhead anthems
whitepawel - 08.12.2010 at 13:02  
Rating: 6
Written by BudDa on 08.12.2010 at 11:06

Written by whitepawel on 25.11.2010 at 23:41

The worst Motörhead album since Sacrifice :\


Not True! and I like this album.
The first 3 songs + Rock N Roll Music and Outlaw are unabashedly Motörhead anthems


There always gonna be someone who will like every crap but it doesn't change my opinion. I'm a Motörhead fan ever since I remember. I know every single album and track they've done. And after great Inferno and Kiss Of Death we've had mediocre Motörizer and now we have this one which is just weak. They should have give themselves some more time cause they sound just tired and they're completely out of ideas for good songs
Angelic Storm - 08.12.2010 at 13:18  
  Im with Whitepawel. lol I'll give it another listen, but nothing stood out to me as being great...
Death To Posers - 22.12.2010 at 02:48  
Rating: 10
Written by BudDa on 08.12.2010 at 11:06

Written by whitepawel on 25.11.2010 at 23:41

The worst Motörhead album since Sacrifice :\


Not True! and I like this album.
The first 3 songs + Rock N Roll Music and Outlaw are unabashedly Motörhead anthems


Brotherhood of man also was pretty sick
Doc Godin - 04.01.2011 at 08:48  
Rating: 5
Written by whitepawel on 25.11.2010 at 23:41

The worst Motörhead album since Sacrifice :\

I really didn't want to believe you when I first read this....But my review really does the talking for me.
musicalkaratekid - 19.04.2012 at 01:46  
Rating: 7 Basically following the same structure set by the previous three releases, 'The world is yours' doesn't offer anything new or fresh-then again, Motorhead have never been a band that ever really changed the way they play music. Except for the deeper-than-usual vocals of Lemmy as sung on 'Brotherhood of man', every one of these songs are either as heavy as motorhead can get or as fast as they can get. In some people's eyes, that's all that is needed-in others', it makes the music boring. I'm kinda 50/50, as i accept motorhead never really will change their sound, yet their musical performance is always top notch.

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