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No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith (180 gram)

   Artist: Motorhead
Label: Bronze/Mercury
Orig. Released: 1981
Catalog No.: LPBRON4023H
Condition: Sealed-Reissue
Format: LP (1.3)

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No Sleep 'til Hammersmith is the first live album by Motorhead. Released on 27 June 1981, it peaked at #1 on the UK album charts. With the exception of "Iron Horse / Born To Lose" which was from a 1980 show, it was recorded at the Leeds and Newcastle shows during the Short, Sharp Pain In The Neck five-date tour in 1981. The name of the tour was a reference to the injury sustained by Phil Taylor when he was dropped on his head during some after-show horseplay. Despite the title of the album, the London venue the Hammersmith Odeon was not played on the tour, the shows being: * 27 March 1981: West Runton Pavilion, Norfolk, England * 28 March 1981: Queens Hall, Leeds, England * 29 March 1981: City Hall, Newcastle, England * 30 March 1981: City Hall, Newcastle, England * 3 April 1981: Maysfield Leisure Centre, Belfast, Northern Ireland

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Track Titles
ACE OF SPADES 3:00
STAY CLEAN 2:40
METROPOLIS 3:30
THE HAMMER 3:10
IRON HORSE 3:55
NO CLASS 2:55

OVERKILL 5:15
(WE ARE) THE ROAD CREW 3:30
CAPRICORN 4:50
BOMBER 3:21
MOTORHEAD 3:35


 

Liner Notes
ALL SONGS WRITTEN BY MOTORHEAD (KILMISTER/ CLARKE/TAYLOR). PRODUCED BY: VIC MAILE RECORDED LIVE AT: LEEDS, NEWCASTLE (P)1981 BRONZE RECORDS LIMITED
 
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