Motörhead - March Or Die flac album
Title: March Or Die
Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
MP3 album: 1733 mb
FLAC album: 1591 mb
Other formats: AC3 ASF VOC AUD MMF AU MPC
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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. The album features guest appearances by Ozzy Osbourne, Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash, and veteran drummer Tommy Aldridge. Aldridge stepped in after longtime member Phil Taylor was fired early in the recording process.
Album Name March or Die. Type Album. Data de lançamento 14 Agosto 1992. Labels Sony Music WTG Records Epic Records. Estilo de MúsicaHard-Rock. Membros têm este álbum28.
March Ör Die. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Music Grinder Studios. March Ör Die mentioned on front and disc. Also as title on rear inlay and rear booklet. March Or Die mentioned on spine.
March Or Die. Motörhead Format: Audio Cassette. March Or Die. "Please retry". Depends on who you ask, for me I have always enjoyed this album and think it has not always been given a fair shake by some Motorhead fans. Yes, there is a duet ballad with Ozzy (and Slash on guitar), but I think it is a cool song ("Ain't No Nice Guy"). Yes, they do "Hellraiser" which Lemmy wrote, but Ozzy had already recorded. Yes, overall the sound is more polished, especially some of the vocals.
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.
Motörhead is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Motörhead, released on 21 August 1977, on Chiswick Records, one of the first for the label. It is officially regarded as the band's debut album, though an album was recorded in 1975 for United Artists which was shelved, and was only released in 1979 after the band had established themselves commercially
Overall, March or Die isn’t a bad album but rather an underwhelming blunder by Motorhead standards. It’d be easy to blame it all on celebrity pandering, but the songs exploiting those cameos end up being the best while the songs that sound the most like the band’s typical work are ironically the weakest. I don’t think the writing is quite on par with the classics, but the effort really would’ve benefitted from more aggressive performances. There’s enough good here for hardcore fans to enjoy it but the band’s other works from this era are so much better.