Better Motörhead than Dead: Live at Hammersmith

Better Motörhead than Dead: Live at Hammersmith
Motörhead
Released 16 July 2007
Recorded 16 June 2005 at Hammersmith Apollo
Language English
Label Steamhammer/SPV
Producer Motörhead
Motörhead chronology

Kiss of Death
(2006)
Better Motörhead than Dead: Live at Hammersmith
(2007)
Motörizer
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Better Motörhead than Dead: Live at Hammersmith is the title of the British band Motörhead's latest (as of 8 October 2010) live album. It was released on 16 July 2007, and features the recording of Motörhead's 30th anniversary show at the Hammersmith Apollo on 16 June 2005.[2]

Track listing

All songs written by Eddie Clarke, Lemmy Kilmister, and Phil Taylor, except where noted.

Disc 1

  1. "Dr. Rock" (Michael Burston, Philip Campbell, Pete Gill, Kilmister)
  2. "Stay Clean"
  3. "Shoot You in the Back"
  4. "Love Me Like a Reptile"
  5. "Killers" (Campbell, Mikkey Dee, Kilmister)
  6. "Metropolis"
  7. "Love for Sale" (Campbell, Dee, Kilmister)
  8. "Over the Top"
  9. "No Class"
  10. "I Got Mine" (Kilmister, Brian Robertson, Taylor)
  11. "In the Name of Tragedy" (Campbell, Dee, Kilmister)
  12. "Dancing on Your Grave" (Kilmister, Robertson, Taylor)

Disc 2

  1. "R.A.M.O.N.E.S." (Burston, Campbell, Kilmister, Taylor)
  2. "Sacrifice" (Burston, Campbell, Dee, Kilmister)
  3. "Just 'Cos You Got the Power" (Burston, Campbell, Kilmister, Taylor)
  4. "(We Are) The Road Crew"
  5. "Going to Brazil" (Burston, Campbell, Kilmister, Taylor)
  6. "Killed by Death" (Burston, Campbell, Gill, Kilmister)
  7. "Iron Fist"
  8. "Whorehouse Blues" (Campbell, Dee, Kilmister)
  9. "Bomber"
  10. "Ace of Spades"
  11. "Overkill"

Credits

References


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