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Motörhead in 1981 was a band of extremes; a flammable mix of non-stop celebration over their rising success and punishing graft, underscored by an inter-band powder-keg dynamic. After recording Ace Of Spades, it had shot to number four in the UK; the killer breakthrough after Overkill and Bomber had done essential groundwork, late 1980’s Ace Up Your Sleeve UK tour was a triumphant lap of honour that spilled into the recording of No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith. The album took its title from an inscription painted on one of the trucks, referencing the 32 gigs they were playing with only two days off. The track listing ended up featuring three tracks from Ace Of Spades, five from Overkill, Bomber’s title track and two from their self-titled debut. Originally released on 27th June 1981, Lemmy is quoted as saying of it “I knew it’d be the live one that went best, because we’re really a live band. You can’t listen to a record and find out what we’re about. You’ve got to see us.” Upon release No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith went straight to number one, their first and only in the UK and is still the most necessary live album of all time. The No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith album; brand new remaster created from the original tapes. Includes three CD live albums of a newly unearthed, previously unreleased concerts from the Short Sharp Pain In The Neck tour. The box set includes 28 page book, poster, plectrum, tour pass, ticket, flyer & badge.

Motörhead in 1981 was a band of extremes; a flammable mix of non-stop celebration over their rising success and punishing graft, underscored by an inter-band powder-keg dynamic. After recording Ace Of Spades, it had shot to number four in the UK; the killer breakthrough after Overkill and Bomber had done essential groundwork, late 1980’s Ace Up Your Sleeve UK tour was a triumphant lap of honour that spilled into the recording of No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith. The album took its title from an inscription painted on one of the trucks, referencing the 32 gigs they were playing with only two days off. The track listing ended up featuring three tracks from Ace Of Spades, five from Overkill, Bomber’s title track and two from their self-titled debut. Originally released on 27th June 1981, Lemmy is quoted as saying of it “I knew it’d be the live one that went best, because we’re really a live band. You can’t listen to a record and find out what we’re about. You’ve got to see us.” Upon release No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith went straight to number one, their first and only in the UK and is still the most necessary live album of all time. The No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith album; brand new remaster created from the original tapes. Includes three CD live albums of a newly unearthed, previously unreleased concerts from the Short Sharp Pain In The Neck tour. The box set includes 28 page book, poster, plectrum, tour pass, ticket, flyer & badge.

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Format: CD
Label: BMG
Rel. Date: 06/25/2021
UPC: 4050538664782

No Sleep 'til Hammersmith: 40th Anniversary Edition [4CD Box Set]
Artist: Motorhead
Format: CD
New: Available $69.98
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1. Ace of Spades (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
2. Stay Clean (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
3. Metropolis (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
4. The Hammer (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
5. Iron Horse (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
6. No Class (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
7. Overkill (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
8. (We Are) the Roadcrew [Live in England 1981] [40th Anniversary Master]
9. Capricorn (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
10. Bomber (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
11. Motorhead (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
12. Over the Top (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
13. Train Kept a Rollin' (Live in England 1981) [40th Anniversary Master]
14. Stay Clean (Live Sound Check at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
15. Limb from Limb (Live Sound Check at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
16. Iron Horse (Live Sound Check at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
17. Ace of Spades (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
18. Stay Clean (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
19. Over the Top (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
20. Metropolis (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
21. Shoot You in the Back (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
22. The Hammer (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
23. Jailbait (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
24. Leaving Here (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
25. Iron Horse (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
26. Fire Fire (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
27. Capricorn (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
28. Too Late Too Late (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
29. No Class (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
30. (We Are) the Road Crew [Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981]
31. Bite the Bullet (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
32. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
33. Overkill (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
34. Bomber (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
35. Motorhead (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 30/3/1981)
36. Ace of Spades (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
37. Stay Clean (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
38. Over the Top (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
39. Metropolis (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
40. Shoot You in the Back (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
41. The Hammer (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
42. Jailbait (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
43. Leaving Here (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
44. Fire Fire (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
45. Capricorn (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
46. Too Late Too Late (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
47. No Class (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
48. (We Are) the Road Crew [Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981]
49. Bite the Bullet (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
50. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
51. Overkill (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
52. Bomber (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
53. Motorhead (Live at Newcastle City Hall, 29/3/1981)
54. Ace of Spades (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
55. Stay Clean (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
56. Over the Top (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
57. Metropolis (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
58. Shoot You in the Back (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
59. The Hammer (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
60. Jailbait (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
61. Leaving Here (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
62. Fire Fire (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
63. Capricorn (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
64. Too Late Too Late (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
65. No Class (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
66. (We Are) the Road Crew [Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981]
67. Bite the Bullet (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
68. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
69. Overkill (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
70. Bomber (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)
71. Motorhead (Live at Leeds Queens Hall, 28/3/1981)

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Motörhead in 1981 was a band of extremes; a flammable mix of non-stop celebration over their rising success and punishing graft, underscored by an inter-band powder-keg dynamic. After recording Ace Of Spades, it had shot to number four in the UK; the killer breakthrough after Overkill and Bomber had done essential groundwork, late 1980’s Ace Up Your Sleeve UK tour was a triumphant lap of honour that spilled into the recording of No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith. The album took its title from an inscription painted on one of the trucks, referencing the 32 gigs they were playing with only two days off. The track listing ended up featuring three tracks from Ace Of Spades, five from Overkill, Bomber’s title track and two from their self-titled debut. Originally released on 27th June 1981, Lemmy is quoted as saying of it “I knew it’d be the live one that went best, because we’re really a live band. You can’t listen to a record and find out what we’re about. You’ve got to see us.” Upon release No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith went straight to number one, their first and only in the UK and is still the most necessary live album of all time. The No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith album; brand new remaster created from the original tapes. Includes three CD live albums of a newly unearthed, previously unreleased concerts from the Short Sharp Pain In The Neck tour. The box set includes 28 page book, poster, plectrum, tour pass, ticket, flyer & badge.

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