Motörhead – Everything Louder Forever – 4LP Review2nd November 2021 0 By John Deaux
Everything Louder Forever is another Motörhead compilation album that’s bound to upset some people as it won’t contain certain peoples favorite track. Let’s be honest, you could issue the COMPLETE Motörhead discography, featuring every single, every B side and every demo housed in a full size replica of Murder One (Lemmys bass head) along with the 4×12 and 4×15 cabinets with Rickenbacker bass and some-one is bound to be upset by it.
This is a solid compilation album. I will go as far to say it is as good as the No Remorse compilation that was released way back in 1984. OK so you have the standards such as Bomber, Overkill, The Chase is Better Than the Catch and of course, Ace Of Spades but they have never sounded so good courtesy of being spread over 4 slabs of vinyl.
The biggest surprise is the inclusion of the track 1916. An odd choice. But in a weird way, it works. That’s the only surprise in this compilation of 42 tracks.
Is it worth a purchase?‘ the answer is quite simply YES, and not just because the majority of Motörhead fans are completists, it’s because it sounds great. Especially at a volume that even your neighbors will appreciate.
Everything Louder Forever is a great place to start for anyone just discovering Motörhead.
2.We Are Motorhead
6.Brotherhood Of Man
7.In The Name Of Tragedy
10.The Thousand Names Of God
11.Love For Sale
12.Killed By Death
13.I’m So Bad (Baby I Don’t Care)
14.Smiling Like A Killer
16.Queen Of The Damned
17.Keys To The Kingdom
18.Cradle To The Grave
21.Ace Of Spades
23.Stone Dead Forever
25.Just Cos You Got The Power
26.Stay Out Of Jail
28.I Am The Sword
29.The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
30.God Save The Queen
37.On Your Feet Or On Your Knees
38.I Ain’t No Nice Guy
41.Choking On Your Screams
Label – BMG
Release – 29th October 2021
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