MOTÖRHEAD’s 20 Most Earthquaking Aftershocks: #9
October 18, 2013, 3 years ago
By Martin Popoff and "Metal" Tim Henderson
In celebration of MOTÖRHEAD’s cannonating new slab Aftershock, BraveWords has decided to serve up a primer and reminder as to the 20 most shocking events in the life of Lem and Co! Conflate them, debate them... we’re presenting them in countdown form, until the day of quake, namely the record’s release date, October 22nd. So read on and soak in all the gruesome glory and historical heavy metal!
#9 - Motörhead goes commercial. 1992's March Or Die features polite production, three different drummers, and novelty tracks such as a cover of TED NUGENT's ‘Cat Scratch Fever’ and a ballad with SLASH and OZZY called ‘I Ain’t No Nice Guy’. Fans are, well, shocked. Plus there’s the crappy ‘Hellraiser’, which also pulled double-duty on Ozzy’s album too.
#20 - Motörhead's "dirty, biker-mad, speed-freaked" debut album.
#19 - No Sleep 'til you own this album!
#18 - HAWKWIND Gives Lemmy the boot and Motörhead is born.
#17 - 'Metal On Metal' meets Motörhead?
#16 - Die you bastards!
#15 - Lessons in labels.
#14 - Lemmy goes rockabilly!
#13 - Don't' live next door to Motörhead!
#12 - Robbo's fashion sense.
#11 - Lemmy leaves England!
#10 - Würzel's wrath!
#9 - Motörhead goes commercial!