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  1. Kigal

    Mar 27,  · Motörhead - Built For Speed - Live In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Duration: Herbert Toth Channel 11, views. Music Video - Deaf Forever (Motorhead) - Duration:
  2. Vugrel

    About Deaf Forever "Deaf Forever" is a song by the British heavy metal band Motörhead, released in in 7" and 12" vinyl pressings. It is covered with B-sides, "On the Road (live)", and on the 12" vinyl, a bonus track, "Steal Your Face (live)". The title song is taken from the Orgasmatron album and the sleeve artwork was created by Joe Petagno.
  3. Tojale

    The Best of - Deaf Forever () [Compilation] by Motorhead. Labels: Castle Select. Genres: Heavy Metal. Songs: Ace Of Spades, Louie Louie (Richard Berry cover), Bomber, Iron Fist, No Class, Overkill.
  4. Gardajinn

    Jun 28,  · Ridin’ With The Driver lyrics – Motorhead original song – full version on Lyrics Freak Lemmy also wrote that the album title had nothing to do with the orgasm-inducing machine that appeared in the futuristic Woody Allen film Sleeperwhich he had not even seen, and that the working title for the LP had been Riding with the Driver.
  5. Shatilar

    Deaf Forever is a ferocious eighteen-track career overview of one of British heavy metal’s most enduring combos. It contains their hit single collaboration with distaff metallers Girlschool, as well as thunderous originals such as "Ace Of Spades" and a live version their signature tune itself, "Motörhead."/5(5).
  6. Daikree

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Motörhead (Deaf Forever) on Discogs.4/5(1).
  7. Kiganos

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Motörhead - Deaf Forever on Discogs.4/5(1).
  8. Akinogar

    Dec 18,  · In , aided by guitarist Larry Wallis (a one-time Pink Fairy) and drummer Lucas Fox, Lemmy formed Bastard, then quickly changed the name to the drug-inspired Motörhead (slang for speed-freak). Both the band and their sound were so dirty and nasty that Lemmy once proclaimed: “If we moved in next-door your lawn would die.”.

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