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Everything Louder than Everyone Else

Everything Louder than Everyone Else
Live album by Motörhead
Released 9 March 1999
Recorded 21 May 1998
at "The Docks"
in Hamburg, Germany
Genre Heavy Metal [1]
Length 110:22
Label SPV
Producer Motörhead
Motörhead chronology
Snake Bite Love
Everything Louder than Everyone Else
We Are Motörhead
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [2]

Everything Louder than Everyone Else is the third live album by the British band Motörhead.


  • History 1
  • Reception 2
  • Track listing 3
  • Credits 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Vocalist/bassist Lemmy recalls making this during the 'Snake Bite Love' tour, having decided to include an entire show on the release, which they hadn't done before because of the limitations of vinyl.[3] Lemmy says he chose to record it in Hamburg, Germany because;

"The Germans have been such loyal fans of ours. They always rescued our ass when we were going down for the third time. They stuck with us, and we knew Hamburg would be a great audience. It's like Liverpool — a seafaring town, and you know where you are with a sailor!".[3]

The title refers to a remark repeated by Ian Gillan of Deep Purple on their Made in Japan live album: "Could we have everything louder than everything else?". Recorded at a show in Hamburg, Germany on 21 May 1998, Everything Louder than Everyone Else is produced 'undubbed' in a two disc format. It was first released as a digipak version, later followed by a slimline 2CD jewel-case run.

In Joel McIver's 2011 book Overkill: The Untold Story of Motörhead, Lemmy is quoted as saying he believes the album is better than the classic 1981 live LP No Sleep 'til Hammersmith: "It's a double, for starters, and this is a better band, I think. We function better as a trio. We get more money, for one thing — ha ha! — but you have to do better as a three-piece because people can hear the holes more easily".


At the start of the concert Lemmy announces, "We are Motörhead; and we’re gonna kick your ass". Critics picked this theme up, with some advocating that those thinking of buying a first record will be disappointed with studio versions of the songs, after listening to the show.[4] Andy Hinds of AllMusic writes, "Mixed unbelievably loud and in-your-face, it captures Motörhead's overwhelming live power in all its toothy glory and reflects a veteran band working at the peak of its skill".

Track listing

Disc 1:

  1. "Iron Fist" (Eddie Clarke, Lemmy, Phil Taylor) – 4:08
  2. "Stay Clean" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 2:48
  3. "On Your Feet or on Your Knees" (Würzel, Phil Campbell, Mikkey Dee, Lemmy) – 3:20
  4. "Over Your Shoulder" (Würzel, Campbell, Dee, Lemmy) – 3:45
  5. "Civil War" (Campbell, Dee, Lemmy, Max Ax) – 3:29
  6. "Burner" (Würzel, Campbell, Dee, Lemmy) – 3:23
  7. "Metropolis" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 4:00
  8. "Nothing Up My Sleeve" (Würzel, Campbell, Pete Gill, Lemmy) – 3:41
  9. "I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)" (Würzel, Campbell, Lemmy, Taylor) – 3:21
  10. "The Chase Is Better than the Catch" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 5:28
  11. "Take the Blame" (Campbell, Dee, Würzel) – 4:20
  12. "No Class" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 3:22
  13. "Overnight Sensation" (Campbell, Dee, Lemmy) – 4:38
  14. "Sacrifice" (Würzel, Campbell, Dee, Lemmy) – 3:40

Disc 2:

  1. "Born to Raise Hell" (Lemmy) – 5:41
  2. "Lost in the Ozone" (Würzel, Campbell, Dee, Lemmy) – 3:43
  3. "The One to Sing the Blues" (Würzel, Campbell, Lemmy, Taylor) – 3:25
  4. "Capricorn" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 4:58
  5. "Love for Sale" (Campbell, Dee, Lemmy) – 5:04
  6. "Orgasmatron" (Würzel, Campbell, Gill, Lemmy) – 6:36
  7. "Going to Brazil" (Würzel, Campbell, Lemmy, Taylor) – 2:52
  8. "Killed by Death" (Würzel, Campbell, Gill, Lemmy) – 6:27
  9. "Bomber" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 5:50
  10. "Ace of Spades" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 4:49
  11. "Overkill" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor) – 7:34



  1. ^
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ a b Kilmister, Ian and Garza, Janiss White Line Fever (2002) — Simon & Schuster pp. 283-284 ISBN 0-684-85868-1.
  4. ^ "Reviews for Motörhead's Everything Louder than Everyone Else".  

External links

  • Sample tracks at Rolling Stone
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