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Motörhead - Overkill / Bomber (Live And Unreleased) Album

Motörhead - Overkill / Bomber (Live And Unreleased) Album

Performer: Motörhead
Title: Overkill / Bomber (Live And Unreleased)
Country: Germany
Label: Metal Hammer
Released: 12 Dec 2018
Style: Rock & Roll
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 237

Tracklist

1Bomber
2Overkill

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneMotörhead Overkill / Bomber (Live And Unreleased) ‎(7", Single, Ltd, Promo)Metal HammernoneGermany2018
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneMotörhead Overkill / Bomber (Live And Unreleased) ‎(7", Single, Ltd, Promo, Red)Metal HammernoneGermany2018

Credits

  • DrumsMikkey Dee (tracks: B), Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor (tracks: A)
  • GuitarEddie Clarke (tracks: A), Phil Campbell (tracks: B)
  • Mastered ByCameron Webb
  • Vocals, BassIan "Lemmy" Kilmister
  • Written-ByEddie Clarke, Ian Kilmister, Phil Taylor
  • DrumsMikkey Dee (tracks: B), Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor (tracks: A)
  • GuitarEddie Clarke (tracks: A), Phil Campbell (tracks: B)
  • Mastered ByCameron Webb
  • Vocals, BassIan "Lemmy" Kilmister
  • Written-ByEddie Clarke, Ian Kilmister, Phil Taylor

Notes

Collector's Edition

Overkill recorded live in Strasbourg, France, 1981 on the Ace Of Spades Tour
Bomber recorded live in Bonn, Germany, 1996

For promotional use only. Only available with METAL HAMMER Germany magazine, issue 01/19.Overkill recorded live in Strasbourg, France, 1981 on the Ace Of Spades Tour
Bomber recorded live in Bonn, Germany, 1996

For promotional use only. Only available with METAL HAMMER Germany
magazine, issue 01/19.
Red vinyl only available to German Metal Hammer subscribers.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): 123131A1FK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): 123131B1FK
  • Rights Society: Austromechana

Companies

  • Exclusive Retailer – Metal Hammer
  • Published By – Sony / ATV Music Publishing

Reviews (2)
Nayatol
Bad Bomber version, because Phil Campbell could never play most of Eddie's solos.

That whole concert that was released digitally a couple years back was a bit disappointing sound wise. The snare drum seemed to drown everything out

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