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Iron Horse - Motorhead* - Live Blitzkreig On Birmingham 77 (CD)

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  • Sep 02,  · Provided to YouTube by Sanctuary Records Vibrator (Live: Blitzkrieg on Birmingham '77) · Motörhead Keep Us on the Road - Live ℗ Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a .
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live Blitzkreig On Birmingham '77 on Discogs. Label: Receiver Records Limited - TECX • Series: Great Punk Collection • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal.
  • Labels: Roadrunner Records. Genres: Heavy Metal. Songs: Ace of Spades, Motorhead (Live), Jailbait, Stay Clean, Too Late, Too Late (Live), Killed By Death.. No Remorse () [Compilation] by Motörhead. Iron Horse - Born To Lose (Live) (We Are) The Road Crew: Leaving Here (Live) Blitzkrieg on Birmingham ' Live.
  • Train Kept a-Rollin' (Live: Blitzkrieg on Birmingham '77) $ 10 Motorhead (Live: Blitzkrieg on Birmingham '77) $ 2 Vibrator (Live: Blitzkrieg on Birmingham '77) $ 3 Keep Us on the Road (Live: Blitzkrieg on Birmingham '77) $ 4 The Watcher (Live: Blitzkrieg on Birmingham '77) $ 5 Iron Horse (Live /5(4).
  • This album is recorded live in Birmingham in In Motorhead released they're self titled debut, and to be honest, it was not the greatest album in the world. So, in my opinion, this selection of songs doesn't do much for me in the first place. Ok, "Motorhead" is a cool track, but the rest is average.
  • Blitzkrieg On Birmingham' 77 Merlin Records MER CD Motorhead, Vibrator, Keep Us On The Road, The Watcher, Iron Horse, Leaving Here, On Parole, I'm Your Witch Doctor, Train Kept A-Rollin', City Kids, White Line Fever.
  • Blitzkrieg on Birmingham '77 () [Live] by Motorhead. Labels: Receiver. Genres: Heavy Metal. Songs: Motorhead, Vibrator, Keep Us On The Road, The Watcher, Iron Horse, Leaving Here.
  • 23 rows · Jun 26,  · Recorded live at Town Hall, Birmingham on June 3, This was the /5().
  • The CD adds two cuts. Blitzkrieg on Birmingham (early ’77, pretty raw) and Lock Up Your Daughters (mid-’77, much smarter) are live LPs of virtually the same vintage and material as What’s Words Worth? (early ’78). Welcome to the Bear Trap is a double-LP’s worth of Bronze tracks, mainly the same as previously compiled.

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