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Aftershock

by Motörhead

Aftershock by Motörhead

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Aftershock

by Motörhead

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Label: UDR
While it's hard to say how many interchangeable albums by these senior citizens anybody needs, this one's more useful than most releases Motörhead have put out since the mid-'80s. "End of Time" and "Death Machine" foretell a violent finish; "Lost Woman Blues" and "Dust and Glass" dig up plaintive roadhouse roots; "Crying Shame" and "Queen of the Damned" don't need no Viagra; "Going to Mexico" stays on the run. As always, high-speed boogie prevails. And in "Do You Believe," Lemmy -- at 67, as doctors must keep reminding him -- doesn't know what he did last night. But he knows he did it good.

About This Album

While it's hard to say how many interchangeable albums by these senior citizens anybody needs, this one's more useful than most releases Motörhead have put out since the mid-'80s. "End of Time" and "Death Machine" foretell a violent finish; "Lost Woman Blues" and "Dust and Glass" dig up plaintive roadhouse roots; "Crying Shame" and "Queen of the Damned" don't need no Viagra; "Going to Mexico" stays on the run. As always, high-speed boogie prevails. And in "Do You Believe," Lemmy -- at 67, as doctors must keep reminding him -- doesn't know what he did last night. But he knows he did it good.

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About This Album

While it's hard to say how many interchangeable albums by these senior citizens anybody needs, this one's more useful than most releases Motörhead have put out since the mid-'80s. "End of Time" and "Death Machine" foretell a violent finish; "Lost Woman Blues" and "Dust and Glass" dig up plaintive roadhouse roots; "Crying Shame" and "Queen of the Damned" don't need no Viagra; "Going to Mexico" stays on the run. As always, high-speed boogie prevails. And in "Do You Believe," Lemmy -- at 67, as doctors must keep reminding him -- doesn't know what he did last night. But he knows he did it good.