Motörhead - March Ör Die mp3 album
Bastards is the 11th studio album by the band Motörhead, released 29 November 1993, on ZYX Music, the first and last for this label. It is one of two studio albums with the short-lived Lemmy, Würzel, Zööm and Mikkey Dee lineup, as on the previous album Dee was a 'special guest' drummer and hadn't officially joined the band.
Tears album Bastards, Sacrifice and Overnight Sensation, 1993–1997. Lemmy had known Mikkey Dee from the time when King Diamond had toured with Motörhead. Motörhead played two dates at the Arena Obras Sanitarias in Buenos Aires in April 1993 and toured Europe from early June until early July, returning to the United States to play one show at the New York Ritz on 14 August. A new producer was sought for the band's next album and eventually Howard Benson, who was to produce the.
Album Name March ör Die. Type Album. Erscheinungsdatum 14 August 1992. Labels Epic Records Sony Music WTG Records. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen530.
March Ör Die. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Music Grinder Studios. Mixed At – Soundcastle. Mastered At – Future Disc. March Ör Die (CD, Album). WTG Records, Epic, WTG Records, Epic. WTG 471723 4. Motörhead.
March Ör Die" is one of the releases that usually doesn't get much mention when talking about Motörhead, and indeed, it's quite far from the neck-ripping and rib-crushing classics like "Overkill", "Bomber" and "Ace of Spades", but it's definitely not a downer of an album. The album is somewhat slower than you'd usually expect from the band, more ear-friendly and melody-centered, even on faster songs like "Name In Vain" and "Asylum Choir". Motörhead was, not too uncommonly, going through some instabilities in the lineup at this time. But for this album, they did find the drummer they've played the longest with - Greek/Swede Mikkey Dee, who seems to be intending to stay in the band for the remaindeer of it's career. Though he only played on one song on this album, namely "Hellraiser", but he proved himself there to be clearly Motörhead-worthy by giving the strongest drumtrack on the album right there.
Motörhead - March ör Die 11 songs lyrics: Stand, Cat Scratch Fever, Bad Religion, Jack The Ripper, I Ain't No Nice Guy, Hellraiser, Asylum Choir, Too Good To Be True, You Better Run, Name In Vain.
March ör Die is the 10th studio album by the band Motörhead, released 14 August 1992, on the WTG/Epic label, their second and last with them. March ör Die. Studio album by. Motörhead " Recording. The band reunited with producer Pete Solley to record March or Die. Halfway through the recording, drummer Phil Taylor quit the band for a second time – or was fired – depending on who is telling the story. Taylor had quit the band in 1984, rejoining again in 1987.
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|A2||Cat Scratch Fever|
|A4||Jack The Ripper|
|A6||Too Good To Be True|
|B7||I Ain't No Nice Guy
Vocals – Ozzy Osbourne
Engineer – Tom FletcherProducer – Billy Sherwood
|B9||You Better Run|
|B10||Name In Vain|
|B11||March Ör Die|
- Arranged By [Cello] – Lemmy Kilmister*, Peter Solley
- Art Direction – Dawn Patrol
- Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals [Howling] – Lemmy
- Engineer – Casey McMackin (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Lawrence Ethan, Tim Nitz
- Guitar [Additional] – Slash (tracks: 9)
- Guitar [Solo] – Slash (tracks: 5)
- Keyboards – Peter Solley
- Lead Guitar – Würzel
- Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Zööm
- Lyrics By – Lemmy Kilmister* (tracks: 1, 3 to 11)
- Mastered By – Steve Hall
- Music By – Lemmy Kilmister* (tracks: 2, 5, 9, 11), Motörhead (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 8, 10)
- Photography By – Merlyn Rosenberg
- Producer – Peter Solley (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM/ZAIKS
|NK 48997, 48997||Motörhead||March Ör Die (CD, Album)||WTG Records, Epic, WTG Records, Epic||NK 48997, 48997||US||1992|
|WTG 471723 4||Motörhead||March Ör Die (Cass, Album)||Epic, WTG Records||WTG 471723 4||Netherlands||1992|
|WTG 471723 2, 471723 2||Motörhead||March Ör Die (CD, Album)||WTG Records, Epic||WTG 471723 2, 471723 2||Europe||Unknown|
|S9850||Motörhead||March Ör Die (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Starling||S9850||Poland||Unknown|
|471723-4, 471723 4||Motörhead||March Ör Die (Cass, Album)||Epic, WTG Records||471723-4, 471723 4||Spain||1992|