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Motörhead - 25 & Alive: Boneshaker (2001)

Video  -  Music | Documentary  -  26 November 2001 (Germany)
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Amazing rock'n'roll show
29 September 2006 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Motörhead is my all time favorite band. Not only cause I'm a headbanger, but also cause Lemmy is Mr Rock'n'Roll himself. People say Elvis, Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards, Jerry Lee Lewis... No one comes near Lemmy. His band Motörhead are going strong, even after 25 years (31, right now), and they still make great concerts and release great albums. Unlike many other metal bands, Motörhead don't need fancy robots and bombs and grenades and pyromatic effects and guillotines and stuff. They just have to stand there and play to create magic. They are an incredibly great live band. Lemmys phrases between the songs are priceless. The songs, I mean the SONGS! Can it get better? Hmm... Nope.

This DVD is a long thing with 23 of Motörheads greatest songs (I still cant see why they don't have Stay Clean included) and is really representative for Motörhead. We've got stuff like Mikkey Dee's drum solo during Sacrifice, Doro Pesch as a guest singer during Born To Raise Hell (even though the dork Whitfield Crane ruins that song), great guitar duels in the end of Killed By Death (with two guest stars) and all the guests during Overkill. And of course, Lemmy. No one gets cooler than him. No one is even close.


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