Motörhead - Bastards

8.5 | 280 votes |
Release date: 29 November 1993
Style: Heavy metal


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01. On Your Feet Or On Your Knees
02. Burner
03. Death Or Glory
04. I Am The Sword
05. Born To Raise Hell
06. Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me
07. Bad Woman
08. Liar
09. Lost In The Ozone
10. I'm Your Man
11. We Bring The Shake
12. Devils
13. Jumpin' Jack Flash [Rolling Stones cover] [2001 re-release bonus]

Ian Fraser Kilmister - vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
Philip Anthony Campbell - guitars
Michael "Würzel" Burston - guitars
Michael Kiriakos Delaouglou - drums

Additional musicians:
Howard Benson - keyboards

Additional info
Produced by Howard Benson.

Guest review by
In early 1975, Lemmy Kilmister was fired from his band "Hawkwind". He decided to take his revenge on his former band mates and start a new band, originally called "Bastards". "Hawkwinds" manager, Doug Smith, advised Lemmy to change the name. The last song Lemmy ever wrote for "Hawkwind" was called "Motorhead". The rest is history…

published 14.06.2005 | Comments (2)

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02.01.2011 - 20:14
Rating: 9
Musicianship: 9
Vocal: 8
Atmosphere: 9
Melody: 8
Originality: 7
Production: 9
CD Covers: 8

Best Songs:
02. Burner
03. Death Or Glory
06. Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me
09. Lost In The Ozone
12. Devils
08.12.2013 - 03:09
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I Am The Sword is easily one of Motorhead's best riffs.
26.07.2015 - 20:05
Rating: 8
Bad English
Typical overplayed M-head album, nothing special, simply rock n roll, have it, have next you wont loose,.
imo burner was 1th M-head video I saw on TV
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