Motörizer

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Band Name Motörhead
Album Name Motörizer
Type Album
Data de aparición 01 Septiembre 2008
Labels Steamhammer
SPV
Estilo MusicalHard Rock
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Tracklist

1.
 Runaround Man
 03:02
2.
 Teach You How to Sing the Blues
 03:05
3.
 When the Eagle Screams
 03:45
4.
 Rock Out
 02:10
5.
 One Short Life
 04:10
6.
 Buried Alive
 03:14
7.
 English Rose
 03:42
8.
 Back on the Chain
 03:27
9.
 Heroes
 05:01
10.
 Time Is Right
 03:16
11.
 The Thousand Names of God
 04:38

Total playing time: 39:30



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Crónica @ omolina10

08 Agosto 2009
What is there to say about Motörhead, besides that after so many years, they still manage to rip heads off, make ears bleed and necks break with their music. To some ignorant people, the band reached it high point with "Ace of Spades", but to the true metalhead, it is clear that the band will reach new heights and then climb so more. Motörizer is the sheer proof of this. As I write, my room is filled with the sound of Lemmy's roaring bass and voice, Mikkey's brutal drumming and Phil's amazing guitar. The album kicks off with "Runaround Man" a track that will keep you hooked until the end and then make you ask for more, with it's brutal intro and catchy lyrics it's gonna make you want to hear it again and again, but do your best to resist that impulse, because what comes next is just as amazing as what you have just heard."Come down off your high horse,
Who do you think you are,
just a clown in a one horse town,
In a broke down second-hand car,
Can you still get it up,
Or are we pushing too hard,
If you wanna get your hands on a beautiful girl,
You gotta use a Mastercard."This amazing verse introduces us to the next track. How can anyone not like Motörhead? "(Teach You How To) Sing The Blues", a track that can hold its own against classics like Motörhead, Ace of Spades, Overkill and Bomber. There is no description that can make justice to this track, that only thing that can be said is that the ending will fill you with so much adrenaline, that you will might have to press pause for a few minutes before continuing the album."When The Eagle Screams" is a song (from my point of view) a song about the useless of war and the unjustice of it. A great song with a killer riff that perfectly complements Lemmy's grave vocals, it I could change on thing about this song.... I wouldn't."Rock Out" a short, fast and brutal adrenaline-filled song about... well rocking out. If you like speed metal, thrash metal, death metal, hard rock, classic rock, punk, well any music genre, you are gonna love this song.Old lady told me plenty,
Told me what to do,
How to act in society,
How to make it through,
She said always mind your manners,
And don't you talk no trash,
And if you hear somebody dissing you,
Go over and kick his ass.
"One Short Life", what better way to teach manner to a growing child thn making them hear this song? It talks about rights and wrongs in a way that only Lemmy could possibly explain. A really badass track, and with a positive messaje too.I really like the rhythm in "Buried ALive". It speeds up the song, but slows it down at exactly the right moment, it simply proves yet again that Lemmy's creative genius has no limits."English Rose" is a slightly different song that stands out from the rest of the album, not because it has less power than the rest of the songs, on the contrary, it is one of the strongest tracks on the album, but because it is one of the few songs that are about women. The first few seconds the only thing that is heard is Lemmy's voice followed by a very powerful riff, then Lemmy's voice again and the same powerful riff, this introduces us to the rest of the track, which will make headbang like mad, guaranteed.Classic outlaws song that talks about the experience of running away from the cops. It has a very good vocal presence that perfectly complements the incresing riff we hear on the verses. "Back On The Chain" promises to keep you hooked until your ears start bleeding."Heroes" is the most epic song from the album. It's also a slow song by Motörhead standards, but that doesn't mean that it's the album's weak point, on the contrary, it's (in my opinion) the best song in the album. At almost five minutes, its the longest song in the album. It also has the distinction of being one of the few songs whose chorus remains constant."Stand your ground and fight,
You know that our cause is right,
We are the ones, whose hope has gone,
Hold and stand fast,
Stand and do your best,
Stand and face your test,
Until you fall, you must obey the call,
For we are the last."Without a doubt, a song that will not only stand the test of time, but it will pass it with flying colors."The Time Is Right" add again speed to the album after the slight rest that we get in "Heroes". A very well done track with a very strong drumming throughtly."The Thousand Names Of Live" is the perfect way to end the album, it has a very good rhyme that sticks with you even after the song is long over, so don't be surprised if you find yourself humming the chorus!All in all, this album is one of Motörhead's strongest. It is so catchy that it even makes my five year old brother headbang with his plastic MP3! I really recommend this album to every metalhead out there, even if you aren't Motörhead fans.

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