Motörhead - Hellraiser - The Best Of The W.T.G. Years album flac
- Album: Hellraiser - The Best Of The W.T.G. Years
- FLAC: 1974 mb | MP3: 1278 mb
- Country: Europe
- Style: Heavy Metal
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 330
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)|
Written-By – Kilmister*, Osbourne*, Wylde*
|4||Cat Scratch Fever
Written-By – Nugent*
|5||One To Sing The Blues|
|6||I Ain't No Nice Guy|
|7||No Voices In The Sky|
|9||Name In Vain|
|10||Shut You Down|
|13||Dead Man's Hand|
|14||Going To Brazil|
|15||Too Good To Be True|
- Distributed By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
- Pressed By – Sony DADC – A010085564-0101
- Designed At – Small Japanese Soldier
- Design, Photography By [Booklet] – Matt Harvey
- Photography By [Booklet] – Neil Gabbitas
- Written-By – Kilmister* (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9, 11 to 15), Burston* (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7 to 15), Campbell* (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7 to 15), Taylor* (tracks: 1, 3, 5,11, 14)
NotesThis compilation ℗ & © 2007 Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. Made in the EU (On CD label)
This compilation p & c 2007 Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. Distributed by Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Made in the EU (On back cover)
Housed in a standard jewel case (clear tray) including a 4-page inlay (Artwork, tracklist with songwriters, publishers and year of (P))
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 86971 67672 3
- Label Code: LC 13989
- Matrix / Runout: [Sony DADC logo] A010085564-0101 35
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L555
- Mould SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI 94K1
- Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
|88697167672||Motörhead||Hellraiser - The Best Of The W.T.G. Years (CD, Comp)||Sony BMG Music Entertainment||88697167672||Europe||2007|
Motörhead's official music video for 'Hellraiser'. Hellraiser, In the thunder and heat Hellraiser, Rock you back in your seat Hellraiser, And I'll make it come true Hellraiser, I'll put a spell on you.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Motörhead – Hellraiser - The Best Of The . Label: Sony BMG Music Entertainment – 88697167672.
The Best Of is a 2-CD compilation album by the band Motörhead, released in August 2000 on the Sanctuary Records subsidiary label Metal-Is. The Best Of includes 37 Motörhead tracks spanning the band's career from 1977 to 2000, including four previously unreleased live tracks recorded in 1981.
Hellraiser collects seven songs from each of the albums it recorded (1991's 1916 and 1992's March or Die) and adds two songs that were recorded at the time but not released: "Dead Man's Hand" and one of the better songs here, "Eagle Rock. Both albums lack the fire of earlier Motörhead material and March or Die shows a shocking lack of toughness
Hellraiser - Best Of The Epic Years. The Very Best Of. Motörhead. Keep Us on the Road - Live 1977. Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Decline Of Western Civilization Part II, The Metal Years.
Album March ör Die. Hellraiser Lyrics. I'm living on an endless road Around the world for rock 'n' roll Sometimes, it feels so tough But I still ain't had enough I keep saying that it's getting too much But I know I'm a liar Feeling alright in the noise and the light But that's what lights my fire. Walking out on another stage Another town, another place Sometimes, I don't.
Motörhead discography (misc). lt; The Complete Best of Motörhead (2003). Stone Deaf Forever! (2003). Motörhead discography (all). Hellraiser - Best of the Epic Years. Tracks 1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 16 taken from "1916", 1991. Tracks 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10 taken from "March ör Die", 1992. Tracks 7 and 15 taken from "The One to Sing the Blues" Single, 1990.
You can get here Hellraiser: Best of the Epic Years Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Motörhead Ace Of Spades. Motorhead Kiss Of Death.
Hellraiser was better suited to Ozzy, who recorded it himself for No More Tears, than Motörhead, and typified the misguided approach. 21. Snake Bite Love (1998). Everyone involved with this album subsequently admitted it was somewhat rushed. Although uneven, the best of Hammered proved to be entertaining, and underlined the belief that Motörhead were clearly capable to coming up with aggressive rock’n’roll as good as anything in the 21st Century. 16. Sacrifice (1995). The first album the band recorded, in 1975. It wasn’t actually released for a further three years as United Artists, to whom Motörhead were signed, had serious doubts about it. Very much steeped in blues and fuelled by speed and booze, it’s a mix of new songs, plus re-recordings of material from Lemmy’s Hawkwind past and guitarist Larry Wallis’ time with the Pink Fairies.