Motörhead - Another Perfect Day



7.8 | 185 votes |
Release date: 4 June 1983
Style: Heavy metal

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Disc I
01. Back At The Funny Farm
02. Shine
03. Dancing On Your Grave
04. Rock It
05. One Track Mind
06. Another Perfect Day
07. Marching Off To War
08. I Got Mine
09. Tales Of Glory
10. Die You Bastard
11. Turn You Round Again [bonus]
12. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man [Willie Dixon cover] [live] [bonus]
13. (Don't Need) Religion [live] [bonus]

Disc II [Live At Manchester Apollo, 10th June 1983] [Deluxe Edition bonus]
01. Back At The Funny Farm
02. Tales Of Glory
03. Heart Of Stone
04. Shoot You In The Back
05. Marching Off To War
06. Iron Horse
07. Another Perfect Day
08. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man [Willie Dixon cover]
09. (Don't Need) Religion
10. One Track Mind
11. Go To Hell
12. America
13. Shine
14. Dancing On Your Grave
15. Rock It
16. I Got Mine
17. Bite The Bullet
18. The Chase Is Better Than The Catch

Guest review by
Doc Godin
Rating:
6.0
Being a die-hard Motorhead fan I believe it is my duty to explain this incredibly disappointing album.

Before explaining the music itself, the background behind this album quite possibly explains why this was such a weak album. For anyone who doesn't know their Motorhead history this was the very first album without the complete original line-up; Fast Eddie being replaced with Thin Lizzy axeman Brian "Robbo" Robertson. Brian never seemed to be on the same page as Motorhead in any way, he often refused to play any greatest hit songs live, openly bashed the rest of the band as terrible musicians, and once wore a tutu on stage (very un-Motorhead to say the least).

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published 30.04.2007 | Comments (9)

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20.05.2010 - 04:12
BloodFireDeath
Agreed. Brian Robertson was an asshole.
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08.12.2010 - 15:44
JohnDoe
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Brian Robertson gave a hard time to Phil Lynott as well when he was in Thin Lizzy.

I like this album, the guitar work is more than OK. Shame Robertson was so difficult to work with and gave everyone in the band a hard time.
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08.12.2010 - 17:53
Angelic Storm
Melodious
Hmm.. I think this album is quite a bit better than its bad reputation suggests. "Die You Bastard" and "Marching Off To War" are very enjoyable Head' tracks to me. While "Shine" and "Dancing On Your Grave" are awesome, and Id put them on any compilation of my all-time fave Motorhead songs. xD There is a few filler tracks, but I think it's a decent album, and I agree with JohnDoe that the guitar work is definitely very good. Not a classic, but I rate it higher than most seem to. lol
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16.09.2011 - 06:15
JCJen7
Love this album. probably my favorite by them at that point in their career.
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06.03.2015 - 11:54
Rating: 6
joshsteph
The only song I really like from this album is the bonus Turn You Round Again.
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