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Live at Brixton Academy (Motörhead album)

For other albums with the same name, see Live at Brixton Academy.

Live at Brixton Academy is the fourth official live album by the British band Motörhead. Recorded at their 25th anniversary concert on 22 October 2000 at the Brixton Academy, London, UK. Various guests made appearances, including Queen's Brian May and Skunk Anansie guitarist Ace. The concert has also been released as a DVD entitled 25 & Alive Boneshaker.

Track listing

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

Disc one
No. Title Length
1. "We Are Motörhead" (Phil Campbell, Lemmy, Mikkey Dee) 2:54
2. "No Class"   2:49
3. "I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy, Taylor) 3:36
4. "Over Your Shoulder" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy, Dee) 3:37
5. "Civil War" (Campbell, Lemmy, Dee, Max Ax) 3:20
6. "Metropolis"   3:44
7. "Overnight Sensation" (Campbell, Lemmy, Dee) 4:50
8. "God Save the Queen" (John Lydon, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook) 3:32
9. "Born to Raise Hell" (Lemmy) 6:31
10. "The Chase is Better Than the Catch"   5:42
11. "Stay Out of Jail" (Campbell, Lemmy, Dee) 3:33
12. "Dead Men Tell No Tales"   2:45
Disc two
No. Title Length
1. "You Better Run" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy) 6:48
2. "Sacrifice" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy, Dee) 5:49
3. "Orgasmatron" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy, Pete Gill) 6:50
4. "Going to Brazil" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy, Taylor) 2:36
5. "Broken" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy, Taylor) 4:59
6. "Damage Case" (Clarke, Lemmy, Taylor, Mick Farren) 3:52
7. "Iron Fist"   3:16
8. "Killed by Death" (Campbell, Würzel, Lemmy, Gill) 7:26
9. "Bomber"   4:16
10. "Ace of Spades"   4:23
11. "Overkill"   7:48


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