Motorhead: Discography of the Moment

Motorhead is a hard rock band that formed in 1975 in Great Britain by Ian Fraser Kilmister (aka Lemmy) after being fired from the English rock band, Hawkwind. They are a hybrid of heavy metal and punk rock but they would rather just call themselves rock-n-roll.

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DISCOGRAPHY

Motorhead
Released in September 1977 by Chiswick Records.
Recorded in 1977.
Produced by Speedy Keen.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, vocals; Fast Eddie Clarke — guitar; Phil Taylor – drums.
Tracks: 8
Motorhead. Vibrator. Lost Johnny. Iron Horse/Born to Lose. White Line Fever. Keep Us on the Road. The Watcher. The Train Kept A-Rollin.
Charts:
#43 on the UK Albums Chart.

Overkill
Released in March 1979 by Bronze Records.
Recorded between Dec 1978 and Jan 1979.
Produced by Jimmy Miller.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Overkill. Stay Clean. Pay Your Price. I’ll Be Your Sister. Capricorn. No Class. Damage Case. Tear Ya Down. Metropolis. Limb from Limb.
Charts:
#24 on the UK Albums Chart.

Bomber
Released in October 1979 by Bronze.
Recorded between July and August 1979.
Produced by Jimmy Miller.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Dead Men Tell No Tales. Lawman. Sweet Revenge. Sharpshooter. Poison. Stone Dead Forever. All the Aces. Step Down. Talking Head. Bomber.
Charts:
#12 on the UK Albums Chart.

On Parole
Released in December 1979 by United Artists; Re-issued in 1997.
Recorded in 1975.
Produced by Fritz Fryer.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, lead vocals; Larry Wallis – guitar, lead vocals; Phil Taylor – drums; Lucas Fox – drums on the song “Lost Johnny”
Tracks: 9 (13 on the re-issue)
Motorhead. On Parole. Vibrator. Iron Horse/Born to Lose. City Kids. Fools. The Watcher. Leaving Here. Lost Johnny.
Notes:
This was the 1st album they recorded but was not released until after they had already become popular.

The Golden Years
Live album released in May 1980 by Bronze.
Tracks: 4
Leaving Here. Stone Dead Forever. Dead Men Tell No Tales. Too Late Too Late.

Ace of Spades
Released in November 1980 by Bronze & Mercury Records.
Recorded between August and September 1980.
Produced by Vic Male.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, vocals; Fast Eddie Clarke – guitar, vocals; Phil Taylor – drums
Tracks: 12
Ace of Spades. Love Me Like a Reptile. Shoot You in the Back. Live to Win. Fast and Loose. The Road Crew. Fire Fire. Jailbait. Dance. Bite the Bullet. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch. The Hammer.
Charts:
#4 on the UK Albums Chart; #201 on the US Billboard 200.

Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers
Released in November 1980 by Big Beat Records.
Recorded in 1977.
Produced by Speedy Keen.
Tracks: 4
Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers. On Parole. Instro. I’m Your Witchdoctor.

St Valentines Day Massacre
Released in February 1981 by Bronze.
Recorded in December 1980.
Produced by Vic Maile.
Tracks: 3
Please Don’t Touch. Bomber. Emergency.

No Sleep ’til Hammersmith
Live album released in June 1981 by Bronze.
Recorded in 1980 and 1981.
Produced by Vic Maile.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11

Iron Fist
Released in April 1982 by Bronze/Mercury.
Recorded between January and March 1982.
Produced by Will Reid Dick and Eddie Clark.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, vocals; Fast Eddie Clark – guitar; Phil Taylor – drums.
Tracks: 12
Iron Fist. Heart of Stone. I’m the Doctor. Go to Hell. Loser. Sex & Outrage. America. Shut It Down. Speedfreak. Grind Ya Down. Religion. Bang to Rights.
Charts:
#6 on the UK Albums Chart; #174 on the US Billboard 200.

Stand By Your Man
Released in 1982 by Bronze.
Recorded in May 1982.
Produced by Lemmy, Rod Swenson and Dan Hartman.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, vocals; Phil Taylor – drums; Wes Beech – guitar; Richie Stotts – guitar; Wendy O Williams – vocals on “Stand By Your Man”
Tracks: 3
Stand By Your Man. No Class. Masterplan.

What’s Wordsworth?
Live album released in March 1983 by Big Beat Records.
Recorded in February 1978 at The Roundhouse in London.
Tracks: 9

Another Perfect Day
Released in June 1983 by Bronze.
Recorded in 1983.
Produced by Tony Platt.
Lineup changes:
Fast Eddie Clarke was replaced on guitar by Brian Robertson.
Tracks: 10
Back at the Funny Farm. Shine. Dancing on Your Grave. Rock It. One Track Mind. Another Perfect Day. Marching Off to War. I Got Mine. Tales of Glory. Die You Bastard.
Charts:
#20 on the UK Albums Chart; #153 on the US Billboard 200.

No Remorse
Compilation album released in September 1984 by Bronze.
Tracks: 24

Orgasmatron
Released in August 1986 by GWR.
Recorded in 1986.
Produced by Bill Laswell and Jason Corsaro.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, vocals; Phil Campbell – guitar; Wurzel – guitar; Pete Gill – drums.
Tracks: 9
Deaf Forever. Nothing Up My Sleeve. Ain’t My Crime. Claw. Mean Machine. Built for Speed. Riding with the Driver. Doctor Rock. Orgasmatron.
Charts:
#157 on the U.S. Billboard 200; #21 on the UK Albums Chart.

Rock ‘n’ Roll
Released in September 1987 by GWR.
Recorded in 1987.
Produced by Motorhead and Guy Bidmead.
Lineup changes:
Phil Taylor returned and replaced Pete Gill on drums.
Tracks: 9
Rock n Roll. Eat the Rich. Blackheart. Stone Deaf in the USA. Blessing. The Wolf. Traitor. Dogs. All For You. Boogeyman.
Charts:
#150 on the U.S. Billboard 200; #34 on the UK Albums Chart.

No Sleep At All
Live album released in October 1988 by GWR.
Recorded in July 1988.
Produced by Motorhead and Guy Bidmead.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10

Live – Blitzkrieg on Birmingham
Live album released in 1989 by Receiver Records.
Recorded in June 1977 at the Birmingham Town Hall.
Tracks: 15

1916
Released in February 1991 by WTG.
Recorded in 1990.
Produced by Peter Solley and Ed Stasium.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
The One to Sing the Blues. I’m So Bad. No Voices in the Sky. Going to Brazil. Nightmare/Dreamtime. Love Me Forever. Angel City. Make My Day. RAMONES. Shut You Down. 1916.
Charts:
#142 on the U.S. Billboard 200; #24 on the UK Albums Chart.

Dirty Love
Released in 1989 by Receiver Records.
Recorded in 1980.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11

Lock Up Your Daughters
Live album released in 1990 by Receiver Records.
Recorded in September 1978 at the St Albans Civic Hall.
Tracks: 11

The Birthday Party
Live album released in 1990 by GWR Records.
Recorded in June 1985 by Hammersmith Odeon.
Tracks: 15

Live 1983
Live album released in 1991 by Streetlink/Castle Communications.
Recorded in June 1983 at Sheffield University.
Tracks: 16

March or Die
Released in August 1992 by Epic Records.
Recorded in 1992.
Produced by Peter Solley and Billy Sherwood.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, vocals; Phil Campbell – guitar; Wurzel – guitar; Tommy Aldridge – drums; Phil Taylor – drums on “I Aint No Nice Guy”; Mikkey Dee – drums on “Hellraiser”; Slash – guest guitar solor on “I Aint No Nice Guy”; Ozzy Osbourne – guest vocals on “I Ain’t No Nice Guy”
Tracks: 11
Stand. Cat Scratch Fever. Bad Religion. Jack the Ripper. I Aint No Nice Guy. Hellraiser. Asylum Choir. Too Good Too Be True. You Better Run. Name in Vain. March or Die.
Charts:
#60 on the UK Albums Chart.

Live Jailbait
Live album released in 1992 by Receiver Records.
Recorded between 1977 and 1982 at Theatre Royal in Nottingham and CNE Coliseum in Toronto.
Tracks: 22

’92 Tour EP
Live album released and recorded in 1992 by WTG/Epic.
Produced by Billy Sherwood, Peter Solley and Ed Stasium.
Band lineup:
Lemmy – bass, vocals; Phil Campbell – guitar; Wurzel – guitar; Mikkey Dee – drums.
Tracks: 4
Hellraiser. You Better Run. Going to Brazil. RAMONES.

The Best of Motorhead
Compilation album released in July 1993 by Roadrunner Records.
Tracks: 20

Bastards
Live album released in November 1993 by ZYX.
Recorded in 1993.
Produced by Howard Benson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12
On Your Feet or on Your Knees. Burner. Death or Glory. I Am the Sword. Born to Raise Hell. Dont Let Daddy Kiss Me. Bad woman. Liar. Lost in the Ozone. I’m Your Man. We Bring the Shake. Devils.

Live at Manchester Apollo
Live album released in 1994 by Dojo Records.
Recorded in June 1983 at Manchester Apollo.
Tracks: 18

Live at Brixton
Live album released in 1994 by Roadrunner Records.
Recorded in December 1987 at the Brixton Academy in London.
Tracks: 12

Sacrifice
Released in July 1995 by CMC/Steamhammer.
Recorded in 1995.
Produced by Howard Benson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Sacrifice. Sex & Death. Over Your Shoulder. War for War. Order/Fade to Black. Dog-Face Boy. All Gone to Hell. Make Em Blind. Don’t Waste Your Time. In Another Time. Out of the Sun.

Overnight Sensation
Released in October 1996 by CMC/Steamhammer.
Recorded in 1996.
Produced by Howard Benson and Duane Baron.
Lineup changes:
Wurzel left the band making Phil Campbell the sole guitarist.
Tracks: 11
Civil War. Crazy Like a Fox. I Don’t Believe a Word. Eat the Gun. Overnight Sensation. Love Can’t Buy You Money. Broken. Them Not Me. Murder Show. Shake the World. Listen to Your Heart.

King Biscuit Flower Hour
Live album released in 1997 by BMG.
Recorded in August 1983.
Tracks: 8

Snake Bite Love
Released in March 1998 by CMC/Steamhammer.
Recorded in 1998.
Produced by Howard Benson and Motorhead.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Love for Sale. Dogs of War. Snake Bite Love. Assassin. Take the Blame. Dead and Gone. Night Side. Don’t Lie to Me. Joy of Labour. Desperate for You. Better Off Dead.
Charts:
#171 on the UK Albums Chart.

Everything Louder Than Everyone Else
Live album released in March 1999 by SPV.
Recorded in May 1998.
Produced by Motorhead.
Tracks: 25

We Are Motorhead
Released in May 2000 by CMC/Steamhammer.
Recorded between June and August 1999.
Produced by Motorhead, Bob Kulick, Bruce Bouillet, and Duane Barron.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
See Me Burning. Slow Dance. Stay Out of Jail. God Save the Queen. Out to Lunch. Wake the Dead. One More Fucking Time. Stagefright/Crash & Burn. Heart On Your Sleeve. We Are Motorhead.
Charts:
#91 on the UK Albums Chart.

Deaf Forever: The Best of Motorhead
Compilation album released in August 2000 by Import Records.
Produced by Ken Caliat.
Tracks: 20

The Best of Motorhead
Compilation album released in September 2000 by Metal-Is/Sanctuary.
Tracks: 32

Hammered
Released in April 2002 by Metal-Is/Sanctuary.
Recorded in 2001.
Produced by Motorhead, Thom Panunzio, Chuck Reed, and Lemmy.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Walk a Crooked Mile. Down the Line. Brave New World. Voices from the War. Mine All Mine. Shut Your Mouth. Kill the World. Dr Love. No Remorse. Red Raw. Serial Killer.
Charts:
#113 on the UK Albums Chart.

Hellraiser: Best of the Epic Years
Compilation album released in March 2003 by Sony Records.
Tracks: 16

Stone Deaf Forever!
Box set released in October 2003.
Tracks:
Disc 1: 22
Disc 2: 21
Disc 3: 19
Disc 4: 16
Disc 5: 21

Live at Brixton Academy
Live album released in December 2003 by Steamhammer/SPV.
Recorded in 2000.
Produced by Motorhead.
Tracks: 23

Inferno
Released in June 2004 by SPV.
Recorded in 2004.
Produced by Cameron Webb.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12
Terminal Show. Killers. In the Name of Tragedy. Suicide. Lifes a Bitch. Down on Me. In the Black. Fight. In the Year of the Wolf. Keys to the Kingdom. Smiling Like a Killer. Whorehouse Blues.
Charts:
#95 on the UK Albums Chart.

BBC Live and In-Session
Live album released in September 2005 by Sanctuary Records.
Tracks:
Disc 1: 12
Disc 2: 10

Kiss of Death
Released in August 2006 by SPV.
Recorded in 2006.
Produced by Cameron Webb.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12
Sucker. One Night Stand. Devil I Know. Trigger. Under the Gun. God Was Never on Your Side. Living in the Past. Christine. Sword of Glory. Be My Baby. Kingdom of the Worm. Going Down.
Charts:
#45 on the UK Albums Chart; #10 on the US Billboard 200.

Better Motorhead Than Dead: Live at Hammersmith
Live album released in July 2007 by Steamhammer/SPV.
Recorded in June 2005.
Produced by Motorhead.
Tracks: 23

Motorizer
Released in August 2008 by Steamhammer/SPV.
Recorded in 2007 and 2008.
Produced by Motorhead and Cameron Webb.
Tracks: 11
Runaround Man. Teach You How to Sing the Blues. When the Eagle Screams. Rock Out. One Short Life. Buried Alive. English Rose. Back on the Chain. Heroes. Time is Right. The Thousand Names of God.
Charts:
#82 on the U.S. Billboard 200; #32 on the UK Albums Chart.

The World Is Yours
Released in December 2010 by Future PLC/Motorhead Music.
Recorded between February and July 2010.
Produced by Cameron Webb.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Born to Lose. I Know How to Die. Get Back in Line. Devils in My Head. Rock n Roll Music. Waiting for the Shake. Brotherhood of Man. Outlaw. I Know What You Need. Bye Bye Bitch Bye Bye.
Charts:
#94 on the US Albums Chart; #45 on the UK Albums Chart.

Aftershock
Released in October 2013 by UDR GmbH.
Recorded in February 2013.
Produced by Cameron Webb.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Heartbreaker. Coup De Grace. Lost Woman Blues. End of Time. Do You Believe. Death Machine. Dust and Glass. Going to Mexico. Silence When You Speak to Me. Crying Shame. Queen of the Damned. Knife. Keep Your Powder Dry. Paralyzed.

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