MOTÖRHEAD — Inferno

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Album · 2004

Filed under Heavy Metal
By MOTÖRHEAD

Tracklist

1. Terminal Show (3:45)
2. Killers (4:14)
3. In the Name of Tragedy (3:03)
4. Suicide (5:07)
5. Life's a Bitch (4:13)
6. Down on Me (4:12)
7. In the Black (4:31)
8. Fight (3:42)
9. In the Year of the Wolf (4:17)
10. Keys to the Kingdom (4:46)
11. Smiling Like a Killer (2:44)
12. Whorehouse Blues (3:52)

Total Time: 48:32

Line-up/Musicians

- Lemmy / lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitar & harmonica on "Whorehouse Blues"
- Phil Campbell / lead guitar, acoustic guitar on "Whorehouse Blues"
- Mikkey Dee / drums, acoustic guitar on "Whorehouse Blues"

Additional musicians:
- Steve Vai / lead guitar on "Terminal Show", guitar solo on "Down on Me"
- Curtis Mathewson / strings on "Keys to the Kingdom"

About this release

SPV, June 22, 2004.

Thanks to Unitron for the updates

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Warthur
Everyone remembers Whorehouse Blues from this one because it's Motorhead's left turn into rootsy blues. The studio version here is OK, though if you were lucky enough to catch them performing it live it doesn't measure up to that. (There's some production treatment on Lemmy's voice to make it sound a bit more like an old-timey recording which feels a bit heavy-handed.) Preceding this interesting experiment is a set of fairly standard Motorhead songs which largely hold up, though the very clean mid-2000s production values makes them feel a bit sanitised compared to their rough and ready early years. Still, if you want proof that Motorhead could simultaneously still surprise you and still deliver exactly what you want out of a Motorhead album this later in their career, Inferno offers it.

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