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9 thoughts on “ Going To Brazil - Motörhead - 1916 (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Lemmy Kilmister had been leading Motörhead for 16 years by the time was recorded in Over the years, Motörhead had experienced more than its share of personnel changes -- and in fact, Kilmister was its only remaining original member. But the band's sound hadn't changed much, and time hadn't made its sledgehammer approach any less appealing. As sobering as his reflections on the.
  2. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Since Motorhead are about years old, surprised everybody when it came out in Granted, there's some weird stuff (like guitar solos), and a few of Lemmy's lyrics aren't quite as great as his old ones, but "No Voices In the Sky" is simply one of the loudest songs ever recorded.
  3. Going to Brazil Lyrics: Here we go again on a / Looking at the clouds / On the other side of Heaven / Smoking and drinking / Never gonna stop / Reading magazines stop me / Looking at the clock.
  4. The closing song, this is a very slow paced, it tells about what’s it like to be a soldier during the 1st world war. It calms you down, but it’s repetitive. 7/10 This is one of the better Motörhead albums (although I only own three, which will soon be expanded to a sh*tload) and got them back up after years of making mediocre music.
  5. About “” is the ninth studio album by Motörhead, released 26 February It was their first on WTG Records (a subsidiary of Epic Records, a subsidiary of Sony Music International).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of on Discogs. Label: WTG Records - 1,Epic - 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal/5().
  7. Oct 25,  · Motörhead - Going To Brazil from () Lyrics Here we go again, on a , Looking at the clouds from the other side of heaven, Smoking & drinking, never gonna stop, Reading magazines, stop.
  8. Lemmy Kilmister had been leading Motörhead for 16 years by the time was recorded in Over the years, Motörhead had experienced more than its share of personnel changes -- and in fact, Kilmister was its only remaining original member. But the band's sound hadn't changed much, and time hadn't made its sledgehammer approach any less Price: $

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